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Autumn Patricia Phillips (Kelly)

Also Known As: "Autumn Phillips"
Birthplace: Montreal, Montreal, Québec, Canada
Immediate Family:

Daughter of <private> Kelly and <private> McCarthy
Wife of Peter Phillips
Mother of Savannah Phillips and Isla Phillips
Sister of <private> Kelly and <private> Kelly

Managed by: Henn Sarv
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Immediate Family

About Autumn Phillips

Autumn Patricia Kelly was born on 3 May 1978 in Montreal, Quebec. She has a twin brother named Christopher and an older brother named Kevin. Her parents, Kathleen “Kitty” and Brian, divorced when Autumn was eight and went on to remarry. Autumn has two step-siblings from her father’s second marriage.

Autumn grew up in Pointe-Claire, an English speaking suburb of Montreal, and attended school there. She studied at McGill University and graduated in 2002 with a degree in East Asian Studies. While a student, she held jobs as a bartender, model, and actress (she had a non-speaking role in a 1996 movie called Rainbow). Upon graduation, she became a management consultant.Their engagement was announced by Buckingham Palace on 28 July 2007. Prior to their marriage, Autumn converted from Roman Catholicism to the Church of England so as not to disrupt Peter’s place in the line of succession.

The couple married in St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle on 17 May 2008. Autumn’s wedding dress was designed by Sassi Holford, and one of her bridesmaids was her sister-in-law Zara. The couple have no royal titles and do not carry out engagements on behalf of the Queen. They attend family events

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Autumn Phillips's Timeline

May 3, 1978
Montreal, Montreal, Québec, Canada
December 29, 2010
Age 32
Gloucestershire, UK
March 29, 2012
Age 33
Gloucestershire, UK
changed from Catholic to Church of England