Princess Anne and her husband Timothy Laurence had a good time – photos
On Friday, PRINCESS ANNE spent the day at a golf event with her husband Timothy Laurence. The best images of them from the occasion have been compiled on this page.
Princess Anne, 70, is one of the Royal Family’s hardest workers, yet she took a day off on Friday to attend a sporting event with her husband Timothy Laurence.
In 1992, the Princess Royal married Tim, just months after she divorced her first husband, Mark Phillips.
Anne and Tim share a love of sports and embark on annual sailing vacations together.
The couple was photographed on day two of the 149th Open at Royal St George’s Golf Club in Sandwich on Friday.
Tim wore a Panama hat, checked shirt, and jacket, while Anne wore a baseball cap, sunglasses, and a pale blue blazer.
They were spotted in the grandstand with R&A Captain Clive Edginton, enjoying the golf.
Anne appeared to be in her element, wearing a big grin and laughing with her husband.
They were also seen on the course, watching the first green action.
Anne and Tim dwell in Gloucestershire’s Gatcombe House.
Following Anne’s marriage to first husband Mark Phillips, the Queen gave her the majestic home and its surrounding grounds as a present.
Zara Tindall, 40, and Peter Phillips, 43, are Anne’s children and both live on the Gatcombe Park Estate with their families.
Anne has accompanied the Queen to a number of key engagements since Prince Philip’s death in April.
Last week, she performed a series of face-to-face investitures at St James’s Palace on behalf of the Queen.
The special events are when members of the public who have been named to the Queen’s honours list twice a year receive their awards.
The event was announced on Twitter by the Royal Family.
“Earlier today, the Princess Royal was invested at St James’s Palace.
“Her Royal Highness bestowed honors on 35 deserving individuals from across the United Kingdom.
“Congratulations to all those who were honored today!”
During the Queen’s recent journey to Scotland for Royal Week, Anne accompanied her on numerous occasions.
The royal mother and daughter appeared at ease in each other’s company as they went about their engagements like seasoned professionals.
Due to the pandemic, Anne was unable to throw a decent party for her 70th birthday last year.