As the only daughter of the late Queen Elizabeth's sister, Princess Margaret, Lady Sarah Chatto is regularly seen attending Royal events and on the Royal family tree, is currently 27th in line to the throne.
Lady Sarah Chatto's early life
Born in 1964, Lady Sarah Chatto is the second child and only daughter of Princess Margaret and her then husband, Antony Armstrong-Jones, who became the 1st Earl of Snowdon after marrying Margaret. She and her brother David spent many of their childhood years at Kensington Palace.
She was 14 when her parents divorced, and the time during the separation and lead up to their divorce was a very difficult and turbulent time for the young Royal.
She grew up mostly away from the public eye. One of the first times we saw her was as a bridesmaid when she was 9 years-old at her cousin, Princess Anne's wedding to Captain Mark Phillips in 1973. She was also a bridesmaid a few years later in 1981 at the wedding of a then Prince Charles and Princess Diana.
She has a very close relationship to her senior Royal relatives including King Charles, whom she had a close relationship with growing up. She's also godmother to both Prince Harry and Lady Louise Windsor.
Lady Sarah Chatto children and husband
Lady Sarah met her now husband, Daniel Chatto, during her time spent in India. Son of an actor father and a theatrical agent mother, he was working on a British filming project.
The pair got married July 14, 1994 in an intimate setting of just 200 guests. They went on to have two sons together, Samuel and Arthur.
Lady Sarah Chatto education and life as an artist
Lady Sarah expressed a love for art from an early age and after finishing school, she went on to study art at the Royal Academy Schools. Shortly after this time, she spent two years in India with her father as an intern on a film he was working on working in the costume department. It was during this time she met her future husband.
She continues to work as an artist to this day, and has been awarded many prizes and accolades for her work. She is also vice president of the Royal Ballet which her mother was once president of.
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