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  1. Timothy James Hamilton Laurence was born on 1 March 1955 in Camberwell, South London, the son of Commander Guy Stewart Laurence, RN (1896–1982; also salesman for a marine engine manufacturer), and Barbara Alison Laurence (née Symons, c.1929–2019). He has an older brother

  2. Sir Timothy Laurence, 2014 Sir Timothy James Hamilton Laurence KCVO , CB , ADC(P) , CSM (* 1. März 1955 in Camberwell , London ) ist ein britischer Marineoffizier und der zweite Ehemann von Prinzessin Anne , der Tochter der britischen Königin Elisabeth II.

  3. 16/04/2021 · Laurence retired in 2010, dedicating his time since to charitable causes. He's frequently seen alongside his wife on official business but is not a working royal. As Tatler notes, while appearing in documentary Anne: The Princess Royal at 70 , Laurence admitted the biggest shock of joining the royal family was how palatial properties such as Buckingham Palace are "full of laughter."

  4. 12/05/2022 · By contrast her near 30-year marriage to Sir Timothy Laurence appears to have brought the Queen's only daughter stability and contentment. He pitches in with the wider family living on the ...

  5. Timothy Leonard Spall OBE (born 27 February 1957) is an English actor and presenter. He became a household name in the UK after appearing as Barry Spencer Taylor in the 1983 ITV comedy-drama series Auf Wiedersehen, Pet .

  6. Chelsea Pensioners marked the annual Founder's Day at the Royal Hospital Chelsea, with Vice Admiral Sir Timothy James Hamilton Laurence - Princess Anne's husband - standing in as the Reviewing ...

  7. Laurence Boxhall, Actor: Dave & Theo. Laurence Boxhall is an Australian film, television and theater actor. He was born in Oxford, England. Before emigrating to Australia when he was a teenager he spent some time in Germany. Laurence attended Scotch College and later graduated with a BA in Fine Arts (Acting) from the National Institute of Dramatic Arts (NIDA). His television debut was...