Serena Linley
Viscountess Linley
Serena Linley
Serena Alleyne Armstrong-Jones, Viscountess Linley is an Anglo-Irish aristocrat and a member, by marriage, of the extended British Royal Family. She was born in Limerick, Ireland.
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December 01, 2010
Serena Linley and David Linley, The Dickensian Ball held at Harrods - Outside Arrivals.
January 18, 2007
Viscount David Linley and Viscountess Serena Linley Great Britons 2006 Awards, held at the Guildhall
April 23, 2006
23.04.2006 Viscountess Serena Linley and Viscount David Linley Arriving at St. George's Chapel in the Grounds of Windsor Castle, For a St George's Day Service Queen Elizabeth Ii 80th Birthday Celebrations A18549 Photo by Jeff Spicer-alpha-Globe Photos
December 25, 2004
056802 12-25-2004 Zara Phillips and Lady Serena Linley Royals at Church on Christmas Day Sandringham Church , Norfolkphoto by Gareth Gay-alpha-Globe Photos
February 05, 2004
Charity Performance of Cirque Du Soleil in Aid of Nspcc at the Royal Albert Hall Then Onto the After Party at the V&m Museum Roof Gardens in London 02/05/2004 054022 Photo: Dave Benett/ Alpha/ Globe Photos Inc. 2004 Lady Serena Linley
October 17, 2002
Dave Benett/alpha 049369 16.10.2002 David and Serena Linley -Lord Snowdon Held His Latest Photography Exhibition of Portraits at His Son Viscout Linley's Shop in Pimlico.,it Was the First Time the Family Was Seen in the Same Place Since Princess Margarets
February 10, 2002
Joe Alvarez/alpha 046722 11/02/02 Serena Linley (Daughter in Law), Daniel Chatto (Son in Law), Arthur Chatto (daniel's Son) and Charles Linley (serena's Son) Leaving Kensington Palace After Paying Their Respects to Princess Margaret. Credit Joe Alvarez/al
April 25, 2001
Dave Benett/alpha/Globe Photos, Inc. Dm043954 4/25/01 David and Serena Linley -David Linley Threw a Party to Launch His New Venture As a Guitar Maker and to Open an Exhibition of 40 Guitars.
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    THIRTIES
  • 2010
    Age 39
    At the time of her engagement, Serena Stanhope was working in public relations for Giorgio Armani. In 2010, she opened Serena Linley Provence, a shop selling soaps, scent and candles using lavender from Provence, where the Linleys have a home, the Chateau d'Autet in the Luberon.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1993
    Age 22
    Stanhope married Lord Linley on 8 October 1993 at St. Margaret's Church, Westminster.
    More Details Hide Details She wore a dress designed by Bruce Robbins, noted for its resemblance to Princess Margaret's 1960 Norman Hartnell wedding dress. Her wedding make-up was by Maggie Hunt. Her going-away outfit was designed by Robinson Valentine. Lord and Lady Linley have two children, The Hon. Charles Armstrong-Jones, born in 1999, and The Hon. Margarita Armstrong-Jones, born in 2002. As a member of the extended royal family, Lady Linley has no official role, but attends family events such as royal weddings, Trooping the Colour, and Christmas celebrations at Sandringham.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1970
    Born
    Born in 1970.
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