Princess Anne and Timothy Laurence official wedding photo. Anne's relationship with Naval Commander Laurence became known in April 1989 when letters from the Commander were stolen from the Princess' briefcase and passed on to newspapers. Four months later Anne announced her separation from Mark Phillips. They divorced in 1992.

Princess Anne and Timothy Laurence - Royal Wedding: A retrospective look at British Royal Weddings

Princess Anne and Timothy Laurence official wedding photo. Anne's relationship with Naval Commander Laurence became known in April 1989 when letters from the Commander were stolen from the Princess' briefcase and passed on to newspapers. Four months later Anne announced her separation from Mark Phillips. They divorced in 1992.

Princess Anne and Timothy Laurence  The Bride is the only daughter of Queen Elizabeth II. It was the princess' 2nd marriage.  The Groom: Timothy Laurence, a British naval officer.  When: Dec. 12, 1992.  Where: In the Church of Scotland near Balmoral. The Church of Scotland allows remarriage.

Princess Anne and Timothy Laurence The Bride is the only daughter of Queen Elizabeth II. It was the princess' 2nd marriage. The Groom: Timothy Laurence, a British naval officer. When: Dec. 12, 1992. Where: In the Church of Scotland near Balmoral. The Church of Scotland allows remarriage.

Princess Anne and Timothy Laurence's wedding-top-Timothy Laurence, Princess Anne, Duke of Edinburgh; bottom-Peter Phillips, Barbara Laurence (Tim's mother), Zara Phillips, Queen Elizabeth

Princess Anne and Timothy Laurence's wedding-top-Timothy Laurence, Princess Anne, Duke of Edinburgh; bottom-Peter Phillips, Barbara Laurence (Tim's mother), Zara Phillips, Queen Elizabeth

British Princess Royal, the only daughter of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, was born in London, on August 15, 1950. In 1973, she married Lieutenant (now Captain) Mark Phillips of the Queen's Dragoon Guards, but they were divorced in 1992. They had two children together, Peter Mark Andrew (1977) and Zara Anne Elizabeth (1981). She later married Timothy Laurence in 1992

British Princess Royal, the only daughter of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, was born in London, on August 15, 1950. In 1973, she married Lieutenant (now Captain) Mark Phillips of the Queen's Dragoon Guards, but they were divorced in 1992. They had two children together, Peter Mark Andrew (1977) and Zara Anne Elizabeth (1981). She later married Timothy Laurence in 1992

Princess Anne and her daughter Zara with their respective husbands Vice Admiral Timothy Laurence and Mike Tindall.

Zara dresses demurely to get an MBE from her proud grandmother, the Queen

Princess Anne and her daughter Zara with their respective husbands Vice Admiral Timothy Laurence and Mike Tindall.

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Happy birthday Sir Timothy Laurence: ten facts about Princess Anne's husband

The 2011 Braemar Highland Games

Prince Philip Photos Photos: The 2011 Braemar Highland Games

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Timothy Laurence Photos - (L-R) Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, Queen Elizabeth II and Sir Timothy Laurence attend the Braemar Gathering with Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha e Braemar Highland Games at The Princess Royal and Duke of Fife Memorial Park on September 3, 2011 in Braemar, Scotland. The Braemar Gathering is the most famous of the Highland Games and is known worldwide. Each year thousands of visitors descend on this small Scottish village on the first Saturday…

Timothy Laurence Photos Photos: The 2011 Braemar Highland Games

Timothy Laurence Photos - (L-R) Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, Queen Elizabeth II and Sir Timothy Laurence attend the Braemar Gathering with Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha e Braemar Highland Games at The Princess Royal and Duke of Fife Memorial Park on September 3, 2011 in Braemar, Scotland. The Braemar Gathering is the most famous of the Highland Games and is known worldwide. Each year thousands of visitors descend on this small Scottish village on the first Saturday…

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