Sarah married Neil Edmund McCorquodale (born 4 October 1951), son of Alastair McCorquodale and Rosemary Sybil Turnor, on 17 May 1980 in Northamptonshire, England. Neil is a 2nd cousin once removed of Lady Sarah's stepmother, Raine Spencer. Neil and Lady Sarah McCorquodale have three children:
23/07/2021 · Diana wasn't the first royal bride to wear the tiara, of course. Her elder sisters, Lady Sarah McCorquodale and Lady Jane Fellowes, also wore it before her. Since then, it has been worn by Victoria Lockwood, the first wife of Earl Spencer, as well as Diana's niece, Lady Celia McCorquodale.
18/01/2022 · As for the Spencer Tiara, which was also worn by Diana's older sisters, Lady Sarah McCorquodale and Lady Jane Fellowes, it has been seen on family members such as Victoria Lockwood and Lady Celia McCorquodale, and in 1997, it was passed down to Earl Spencer, according to Tatler.
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Happy 40th Birthday, Prince William 👑 01: Visiting a hospice in Lincolnshire with aunt Lady Sarah McCorquodale - then serving as High Sheriff of Lincolnshire, 2010. 02: Charles Spencer’s wedding rehearsal at St Mary the Virgin Chapel in Northamptonshire, Alexander Fellowes beside, 1989. 03: Skiing in Lech, Austria with Laura Fellowes, 1992. 04: Opening of the Diana Memorial Playground.
Lady Sarah McCorquodale (born 19 March 1955), married Neil Edmund McCorquodale on 17 May 1980 and had issue. Jane Fellowes, Baroness Fellowes (born 11 February 1957), married Robert Fellowes, Baron Fellowes, on 20 April 1978 and had issue. The Honourable John Spencer (12 January 1960 – 12 January 1960), died within ten hours of his birth.
31/05/2022 · Lady Sarah McCorquodale (1955-) Diana’s eldest sister dated Charles before Diana did. It was, in fact, Sarah who introduced the pair. 15. Lady Jane Fellowes (1957-)