Peter Phillips and Autumn Jointly Agreed to Separate

Peter Phillips and Autumn Jointly Agreed to Separate

Peter Phillips, Queen Elizabeth II’s grandson, has separated from his wife, Autumn Phillips, after 12 years of wedding.

Mr Phillips, 42, is the son of Princess Anne and her first husband Captain Mark Phillips.The pair, who have not been seen publicly together since last year, announced of their decision to separate yesterday.

Any suggestion Autumn may move to her native Canada was off the mark, and that they will both continue to live in Gloucestershire and bring up children nine-year-old Savannah, and seven-year-old Isla together.

A statement issued on their behalf said:

“After informing HM The Queen and members of both families last year, Peter and Autumn jointly agreed to separate. They had reached the conclusion that this was the best course of action for their two children and ongoing friendship.

The decision to divorce and share custody came about after many months of discussions and although sad, is an amicable one. The couples first priority will remain the continued well being and upbringing of their wonderful daughters Savannah and Isla.

Both families were naturally sad at the announcement, but fully supportive of Peter and Autumn in the joint decision to co parent their children. Both Peter and Autumn will remain in Gloucestershire to bring up their two children where they have been settled for a number of years.

Peter & Autumn have requested privacy and compassion for their children while the family continues to adapt to these changes.”

Mr Phillips met Canadian management consultant Autumn Kelly, 41, at the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal in 2003, while he was working for the Williams Formula 1 team. They were married in 2008.

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