Since the death of Queen Elizabeth II some time ago, some of her closest people have returned to the center of public attention. One of them is the Queen’s niece, Lady Sarah Chatto, an artist who had become a bridesmaid Prince Charles and Princess Diana in 1981.
On May 6, 1960, Queen Elizabeth II’s sister, Princess Margaret, married photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones at Westminster Abbey. Their marriage was blessed with two children, David Armstrong-Jones and Lady Sarah Chatto.
Reportedly, Princess Margaret’s children have the same profession as their father, which is in the arts. David is known to now work as a furniture maker, while Sarah works as an artist.
Then, how is Lady Sarah Chatto doing now? Come on, see the following article to find out the full article.
The Life of Lady Sarah Chatto
Lady Sarah Frances Elizabeth Chatto is a woman who was born at Kensington Palace on May 1, 1964. When she was young, she had become bridesmaid at the wedding of his cousin, Prince Charles and Princess Diana.
Sarah officially married Daniel Chatto at St Stephen Walbrook Church in London on July 14, 1994. In this marriage, the couple has been blessed with their first child, Samuel Chatto and their second child, Arthur.
Both are known to study together at Eton College before applying to the University of Edinburgh. Samuel and Arthur are known to have different interests, Samuel follows in his mother’s footsteps, becoming an artist. While Arthur as a personal trainer before joining the Royal Marines.
Reportedly until now, Lady Sarah Chatto is still involved in the field of art as an artist. He also has many works and has won awards too, you know, Mother.
In 1998, Lady Sarah Chatto received the Winsor and Newton prizes, and in 19990, she also received the Creswick Landscape prize. Meanwhile, he also briefly served as vice president of the Royal Ballet in 2004.
To recall, the British royal family recently held a funeral for Queen Elizabeth II which was held on Monday (19/9/2022). The funeral procession went through a series of state events and was witnessed by millions of eyes around the world.
Continue reading the next page to find out the funeral procession for Queen Elizabeth II, come on, Mother.
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