There's an unexpected connection between the weddings of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and his mother, Princess Diane's marriage to Prince Charles. It comes through a third party.
People reported that the man who will be leading the soldiers who will escort Prince Harry and Meghan Markle when they take their first carriage ride as a married couple has a unique link to the wedding of Harry’s parents.
That man is Lt. Col James Gaselee. He's a member of the Household Cavalry, but he's also the brother of Sarah-Jane Gaselee. Sarah-Jane was one of the bridesmaids at Prince Charles and Princess Diana‘s wedding in 1981.
Gaselee will be the commanding officer with the Escort of the Household Cavalry when Harry, 33, and Meghan, 36, aride in the Ascot Landau that's being pulled by Windsor Greys Storm, Tyrone, Sir Basil, and Milford Haven. They'll ride through the streets of Windsor after the marriage ceremony.
As they ride through the streets, hundreds of thousands of well-wishers will line the route to see Prince Harry and his new bride in their finery. The ride will last 20-30 minutes.
Gaselee, 49, served in Afghanistan like Prince Harry, and he's a father to two. He and Sarah-Jane are the children Nick Gaselee, Charles’ former racehorse trainer.
Sarah-Jane was only 10 years old when she was chosen as a bridesmaid by Diana.
According to People, "She joined Princess Margaret’s daughter Sarah Armstrong-Jones, India Hicks (who now runs a lifestyle brand), Clemmie Fraser (nee Hambro), and Catherine Cameron, and page boys Edward van Cutsem and Nicholas Windsor in the bridal party. She sold her most precious memento from the day — her bridesmaid’s dress — to Diana’s brother Charles Spencer, the 9th Earl, a year after Diana’s 1997 death."
In 2000, Sarah-Jane recalled how kind and playful Princess Diana was.
“At the end of it, we all collapsed on the floor giggling and that was one of the most famous pictures taken that day,” said Sarah-Jane.
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