Published On: Sun, Sep 1st, 2019

Royal family news: The Queen’s cousin reveals a key problem with his relatives | Royal | News

Lord Ivar made history last year by marrying his husband James Coyle in the first same-sex royal wedding. However, he has revealed that his sexual orientation is not something the Royal Family tends to discuss. He told Tatler: “They don’t really talk about it.”

He continued: “I mean, the royals, they don’t communicate very well.”

Lord Ivar also said he hoped his decision to come out in 2016, despite his previous marriage to Penelope Thompson, had made a positive impact.

Ivar also shared his thoughts on same-sex marriage while being a member of the royal family.

He revealed that he still finds it “quite odd” to have a husband.

He added: “I suppose I’m quite traditional.”

Earlier this summer, Prince William said it would be “absolutely fine by me” if any of his three children came out as homosexual.

William went on to say that he and his wife Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, had discussed the possibility.

They both agreed they would give their children the best support they could, especially considering their role in the public eye.

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The captions read: “Well we did it finally!

“It was an amazing day despite the miserable British weather. Fabulous service conducted by Trish Harrogate, chief Registrar for Devon, who set the perfect but lighthearted tone for what is a serious occasion.”

Ivar’s ex-wife Penelope also gave Ivar away on his big day in a delightful ceremony that their daughters Ella, Alix and Luli helped plan.

Ivar also added: “Most importantly a massive thanks to my 3 gorgeous girls for being so understanding and supportive, without their support this could never have happened!”

In an interview with the Daily Mail, Ivar revealed how he had been honest about his sexuality to his wife before they were married but that there were two people he could never tell growing up.

He added: “I could never tell my parents I was gay.

“Where I grew up, gay men were called poofs, queers, everything derogatory under the sun.”

Ivar even added that he still found it “unusual” having a man around.

He also said how brilliant it is now that times have changed.

He said: “I never thought this would happen. It’s brilliant, but I never thought I’d marry a man.”

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