Frederick Michael George David Louis Windsor, Lord Windsor MP

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Nicknames: "Lord Freddie"
Birthdate: (34)
Birthplace: St. Mary's Hospital, Paddington, London, England
Occupation: Financial Analyst
Managed by: Bianca Brennan
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About Frederick Michael George David Louis Windsor, Lord Windsor

Lord Frederick Michael George David Louis Windsor -------------------- Lord Frederick Windsor (Frederick Michael George David Louis Windsor; born 6 April 1979), popularly known as Lord Freddie, is a British financial analyst who is the only son of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent (née Baroness Marie-Christine von Reibnitz).

Lord Frederick was born in Paddington, London, United Kingdom and has a sister, Lady Gabriella Windsor, born in 1981. He is currently 32nd in the line of succession to the British Throne. Had his great-grandfather, George V, not revised Royal styles and titles in 1917, Lord Frederick would have been born HH Prince Frederick of Kent.

Prince Michael's marriage to a Roman Catholic debarred him from succession to the British Throne under the provisions of the Act of Settlement 1701. However, Lord Frederick was brought up in the Anglican Communion and thus keeps his place in the line of succession.

He was educated at Wetherby School, Sunningdale School, Eton College, and Magdalen College, Oxford, where he gained a 2:1 in classics. He also attended Fun with Music, a music appreciation class conducted by Ann Rachlin when young. He has also been a trainee at a bank and has done modelling in a campaign for Burberry; he has also modelled for Tomasz Starzewski.

A sometime music journalist (notably for Tatler magazine), he planned to become a solicitor working in entertainment law. In September 2006, according to The Times, Lord Frederick was hired as an analyst at the investment bank JPMorgan in London.[1]

In 1999, Lord Frederick admitted experimenting with cocaine. "I admit it is true," he said. "It is very difficult to avoid getting into this sort of thing when you move in these circles, but I don't blame anyone else for the incident."[2]

On St Valentine's day (14 February) 2009, Lord Frederick became engaged to actress Sophie Winkleman[3]. The Queen consented to the marriage, as required under the Royal Marriages Act 1772[4] and they were married at Hampton Court on 12 September 2009.[5]

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Lord Frederick Windsor's Timeline

1979
April 6, 1979
St. Mary's Hospital, Paddington, London, England
July 11, 1979
Chapel Royal, St. James Palace, England
July 11, 1979
Chapel Royal, St. James Palace, Lnd, Eng
July 11, 1979
England
July 11, 1979
Chapel Royal, St. James Palace, England
2009
September 12, 2009
Age 30