Prince Edward Is The Queen’s Only Child Whose Marriage Didn’t End In Divorce

    The royal family is often in the press, but there’s no denying that some members are more prominent than others. Naturally, Queen Elizabeth II was written about frequently, as well as other senior members including her son King Charles III, his sons Prince William and Prince Harry, and their wives Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle. Tragically, Queen Elizaebeth II passed away on Sept. 8th. 2022 while at her home at Balmoral Castle.


    The late queen’s other children, such as Princess Anne and Prince Andrew are also written about from time to time, but probably the least written about is Prince Edward, the youngest of Elizabeth’s children with the late Prince Philip. Upon birth, Edward was third in the line of succession, however, since his siblings have had children of their own and even grandchildren, he is now 14th in line.

    For a long time, the 60-year-old Duke of Edinburgh has kept his life from the limelight, seeking to remain as anonymous as possible. Because of this, less is known about Edward’s life, but we do know that he used to work as a TV and theater producer before he stepped up to become a senior working member of the royal family.

    Edward’s personal life is also incredibly low-key. Married to Sophie Rhys-Jones, now known as Sophie, Duchess of Edinburgh, Edward has been married for over 20 years and is actually the only child of the queen and Prince Philip that hasn’t gotten divorced. Together, the couple has two children, Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn.

    The family often attends royal family events but has a knack for staying under the radar. Let’s take a closer look at Prince Edward and his family’s lives.

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