Thomas Kingston, Son-in-law to Prince Michael of Kent, Mourned by Royal Family

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Thomas Kingston, Son-in-law to Prince Michael of Kent, Mourned by Royal Family
Buckingham Palace has confirmed the death of Thomas Kingston, 45, the husband of Lady Gabriella Kingston and the son-in-law of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent.

Emergency services were called to the Gloucestershire address on Sunday night after discovering him dead.

There were no other parties engaged, nor were there any suspicious circumstances.

His family received "most heartfelt thoughts and prayers" from King Charles and Queen Camilla.

In a statement released by Buckingham Palace, Mr. Kingston's widow Lady Gabriella and his family paid tribute to him, saying, "Tom was an exceptional man who lit up the lives of all who knew him."

There was a "great shock to the whole family" following the death.

Lady Gabriella is the daughter of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent. Prince Michael, who is 81 years old, is a first cousin to the late Queen Elizabeth II and the grandson of King George V.

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Gabriella Windsor and Thomas Kingston
The late Queen Elizabeth II was present during the couple's 2019 wedding.
According to a spokesperson for Buckingham Palace, King Charles and Queen Camilla are "joining Prince and Princess Michael of Kent and all those who knew him in grieving a much-loved member of the family".

In 2019, Mr. Kingston, a director at the private equity firm Devonport Capital, wed Lady Gabriella in Windsor Castle's St. George's Chapel. Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, and Prince Harry attended the wedding.

He had previously served for the Foreign Office's Diplomatic Missions Unit in Baghdad, Iraq, where he helped to secure the release of captives.

At forty-two, Lady Gabriella is not employed by the Royal Family.

At the Tuesday service at St George's Chapel for the late former King Constantine of Greece, her parents, Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, were in attendance.

A mysterious "personal matter" caused Prince William to abruptly withdraw from the memorial service, while it is believed that this had nothing to do with the Mr. Kingston story.

At 18:25 GMT on Sunday, Gloucestershire Police reported that they received a call from the ambulance service at a Cotswolds residence.

The authorities stated: "The death is not being treated as suspicious and a file will be prepared for the coroner." There is anticipated to be an inquest.