Peter Phillips: Queen’s grandson settles in divorce

Peter Phillips: Queen's grandson settles in divorce

A little more than a year ago it became known that Peter Phillips (43) and his wife Autumn (43) have separated and want to divorce. Now the two sides seem to have overcome the last disagreement and have come to an agreement. As reported by “The Independent,” the divorce must be resolved, among other things.

It may be pointed out that “the financial aspects of their divorce can be resolved through a settlement,” the newspaper quotes from a statement from the former couple. The relevant conditions were approved by the High Court.

decision by consent

It continues: “While it is a sad day for Peter and Autumn, they put the welfare and upbringing of their wonderful daughters Savannah and Isla first.” We are glad that the matter was resolved “amicably”. As the family “prepares for a new chapter in their lives” demands consideration and privacy for the children.

Already in early 2020 the eldest grandson of Queen Elizabeth II (95) and his wife announced that the “decision to divorce and share custody” had come by mutual agreement and “after months of discussion”. At that time it was already declared that the well-being of children was a top priority. Peter and Autumn Phillips married in 2008. Their daughter Savannah was born in 2010 and their sister Isla married in 2012.

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