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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.
Stanhope married Lord Linley on 8 October 1993 at St. Margaret's Church, Westminster.
More DetailsHide DetailsShe 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.
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