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The attendants at the Kent wedding were Princess Anne, Diana Worsley. Emily Briggs, Sandra Butter, Joanna Fitzroy, Katharine Ashley Cooper, Willa Worsley, Simon Hay, Edward Beckett and William Worsley. No Jane Spencer in the group.
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Alexander Fellowes got engaged to Alexandra Finlay (Peerage News).
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Pictures:
20th September 2013. Alexander Fellowes and Alexandra Findlay wedding at the The Chapel of St Mary Undercroft in Westminster, London-
fellowes-and-findlay-wedding-1088354 - Foto's, pers en stockbeelden, Videos - Photos de presse, banque d'images et Vidéos : Isopix.be

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Prince Harry attends the wedding of Alexander Fellowes and Alexandra Finlay at St Mary's Undercroft on September 20, 2013 in London, England-
http://www.gettyimages.com/Search/Se...exandra+Finlay#

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Old 09-21-2013, 09:24 AM
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Lovely bride. Is she pregnant?
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Old 10-19-2013, 03:41 PM
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Princess Diana’s sister speaks out for the first time:
Since Diana, Princess of Wales died in 1997, her sister Lady Jane Fellowes has shunned the limelight. Now, however, she has decided to speak out, in support of young people drawn into a life of crime-
Princess Diana’s sister speaks out for the first time - Telegraph

Lady Jane Fellowes on her battle with youth crime:
http://www.lady.co.uk/people/feature...th-youth-crime

http://www.onlyconnectuk.org/
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Lady Jane Fellowes was originally Cynthia Jane Spencer. What was her approximate age when she began to be addressed as "Jane"?
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As per her Wikipedia page, Jane and her elder sister, Sarah, were always referred to by their middle names instead of by their first names.
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Here is a special picture of Lady Diana and Lady Jane, back to back in the Italian Garden at Althorp.

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The late (eighth) Earl Spencer, father of the subjects, was the photographer.
The photo from the photographer's private collection was reproduced in Andrew Morton's Diana: Her True Story with permission of the present (ninth) Earl Spencer.
No longer there, but I know the one you mean, both of them cute as a bugs ear^^ Jane was always my second fav Spencer girl, looked the most like Diana, IMO. Always felt so sad for her, stuck in the middle with her husband working at BP, dont know if its that Sarah dyes her hair and Jane doesnt, but you can see the strain of those years on her, I hope she has some peace and happiness now, still lovely.
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Alexander Fellowes and his wife welcomed their second child, a daughter named Rose Jane, on August 10, 2016.

Their first child, Robert, was born May 2015. 15 months apart. Though another source says he was born April 2015, so maybe 16 months apart. Either way, they wasted no time!
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Alexander Fellowes and his wife welcomed their second child, a daughter named Rose Jane, on August 10, 2016.

Their first child, Robert, was born May 2015. 15 months apart. Though another source says he was born April 2015, so maybe 16 months apart. Either way, they wasted no time!
What is your source?
The Times of April 21st 2015 says April 10th 2015
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What is your source?
The Times of April 21st 2015 says April 10th 2015
I got the April 10, 2015 date from Peerage News. But Lady Jane's Wiki page says her grandson was born May 10, 2015. In the past I've seen many errors from both Peerage and Wikipedia, so to be safe I included both dates.

Luckily, this time they both agree that Rose was born on August 10, 2016.
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Old 08-20-2016, 03:36 AM
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So was her first child born soon after the wedding?
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Wedding was in Sept 2013.


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so Assuming the birth date of her son in Wikipeida is correct she would not have been pregnant...
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I wonder how the controversy of the War of the Wales years and the separation and divorce affected the marriage of Jane and Robert? After all, Sir Robert was a Queen's man through and through and was involved in many negotiations and discussions. Jane was close to Diana and must have felt so torn.

There was an interview with Sir Robert Fellowes years ago in a newspaper in which he discussed his activities since retirement, including prison reform, an interest he's passed on to his daughter who's a probation officer, I believe. I can't find it, though I've searched (it wasn't in the Daily Fail or any tabloid) in which the last paragraph seemed to hint that the stresses and strains of those years had affected the Fellowes marriage long term. It's sad if that's so.
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I wonder how the controversy of the War of the Wales years and the separation and divorce affected the marriage of Jane and Robert? After all, Sir Robert was a Queen's man through and through and was involved in many negotiations and discussions. Jane was close to Diana and must have felt so torn.

There was an interview with Sir Robert Fellowes years ago in a newspaper in which he discussed his activities since retirement, including prison reform, an interest he's passed on to his daughter who's a probation officer, I believe. I can't find it, though I've searched (it wasn't in the Daily Fail or any tabloid) in which the last paragraph seemed to hint that the stresses and strains of those years had affected the Fellowes marriage long term. It's sad if that's so.

I think Jane sided with her husband, not her sister.
They were estranged at the time of Diana's death, and I think it was because Diana deceived Fellows about her knowledge of Morton's book.

In any event, many criticize Charles because his wife was so much younger;but Jane married Fellows, and the age gap was similar.

(I believe Jane was more mature than Diana, but still, her marriage seemed very happy - at least until Diana caused difficulties for Robert).
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I wonder how the controversy of the War of the Wales years and the separation and divorce affected the marriage of Jane and Robert? After all, Sir Robert was a Queen's man through and through and was involved in many negotiations and discussions. Jane was close to Diana and must have felt so torn.

There was an interview with Sir Robert Fellowes years ago in a newspaper in which he discussed his activities since retirement, including prison reform, an interest he's passed on to his daughter who's a probation officer, I believe. I can't find it, though I've searched (it wasn't in the Daily Fail or any tabloid) in which the last paragraph seemed to hint that the stresses and strains of those years had affected the Fellowes marriage long term. It's sad if that's so.
Their youngest child and 2nd girl Eleanor is Laura is a painter I think.

This the article you mean, it is from the Telegraph
Lord Fellowes, former Private Secretary to the Queen: interview - Telegraph




And Mirabel, age gap is in fact larger. Jane has a 16 year gap (he b 1941, her 1957) Diana had 13 (he b 1948 she in 1961). It seems they had more in common, stronger foundation, and of course not same scrutiny.
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I dont believe she was estranged from Jane. I woudl imagine that Jane mgiht have disapproved as a courtiers wife, of D's breaking the "royal rule" of Dont talk to the press.. but I dont beleive it ever resulted in an estrangement.
She was estranaged from her mother, that was well known...
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I don't remember Diana ever saying anything negative about Jane. I believe that in HER TRUE STORY, she described her as sympathetic.
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