Lady Sarah Frances Elizabeth Armstrong-Jones was born on 1 May 1964 at Kensington Palace in London as the only daughter of Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon, and Antony Armstrong-Jones, 1st Earl of Snowdon.
She has one older brother, David Albert Charles Armstrong-Jones, then known as Viscount Linley.Embed from Getty Images
Princess Margaret with Lord Snowdon and Viscount Linley at Kensington Palace after the birth of her daughter, Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones in 1964.
Sarah is a member of the extended British royal family and the only niece of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. She is a professional painter.Embed from Getty Images
Sarah, Prince Edward, Viscount Linley and Queen Elizabeth II.
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Princess Margaret with her family, children Lord Linley and Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones and husband Lord Snowdon during the Badminton Horse Trials in Gloucestershire on 18th April 1970.Embed from Getty Images
The Queen Mother and Lady Sarah.Embed from Getty Images
James Ogilvy and Prince Edward, with Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones and Lady Helen Windsor at Windsor Castle for the dance given for them by Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh to mark their 21st birthday’s at Windsor Castle in 1985.
After her studies at the Camberwell School of Art, Sarah took a two-year sabbatical to travel with her father to India, where The Earl of Snowdon was employed to photograph the production of A Passage to India.
During her time in India in the 1980s, Lady Sarah met British artist and actor Daniel Chatto St George Sproule.Embed from Getty Images
Lady Sarah Armstrong-jones with Her Boyfriend (now Her Husband) Daniel Chatto.
Daniel Chatto was born on 22 April 1957 in London, England. The son of actor Tom Chatto (1920–1982) and the theatrical agent Ros Chatto (born Rosalind Joan Thompson; died 2012).
In 1987, Daniel legally changed his name by a deed poll from Daniel Chatto St George Sproule to Daniel St George Chatto.Embed from Getty Images
Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones daughter of Princess Margaret, and Daniel Chatto, at Kensington Palace, a few hours after the formal announcement of their planned marriage.
Chatto proposed to Lady Sarah with a cluster-style diamond ring, a fitting choice for an artist.
Princess Margaret’s daughter married Daniel Chatto on 14 July 1994 at St Stephen Walbrook, a church in the City of London.
The bride’s wedding gown was a creation of English designer Jasper Conran. For her bridal tiara, Sarah chose The Snowdon Floral Tiara which is made out of three brooches that secured her veil.Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images
The bride added flower ornaments to her tiara.Embed from Getty Images
The marriage was officiated by the Reverend Chad Varah.Embed from Getty Images
For her wedding, Lady Sarah wore Diamond and Pearl earrings. The diamonds are in an upside down V shape and each hold one large pearl. Princess Margaret loaned the earrings to her daughter for her wedding and after Princess Margaret’s death, Lady Sarah inherited them.Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images
Her bridesmaids were Lady Frances Armstrong-Jones (Sara’s half sister from her father second marriage), Zara Phillips (daughter of her cousin Anne, Princess Royal), and Tara Noble Singh. The bridesmaids’ dresses were also designed by Jasper Conran.Embed from Getty Images
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Royal Guests at the Wedding of Lady Sarah ChattoEmbed from Getty Images
Diana, Princess of WalesEmbed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images
Queen Elizabeth II.Embed from Getty Images
The Duke of Edinburgh and The Queen.Embed from Getty Images
Prince Edward.Embed from Getty Images
Antony Armstrong-Jones, 1st Earl of of Snowdon; Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon; Serena Armstrong-Jones; David Armstrong-Jones, then known as Viscount Linley.
Daniel Chatto and Lady Sarah have two sons:
- Samuel David Benedict Chatto (born 28 July 1996)
- Arthur Robert Nathaniel Chatto (born 5 February 1999).
Lady Sarah Chatto and family at the Mey Highland & Cultural Games at the John O’Groats Showground in Caithness.
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