Who is Lady Sarah Chatto?

JUST 30 people will be allowed to attend Prince Philip's funeral as a result of tough coronavirus restrictions.

The Queen is close to her late sister Princess Margaret's children – the Earl of Snowdon and Lady Sarah Chatto – and so may want them to attend the funeral as a source of comfort.

Who is Lady Sarah Chatto?

Lady Sarah Chatto, 56, is one of the lesser known members of the Royal Family.

She prefers to maintain a life out of the royal spotlight with her husband Daniel Chatto

She left shool with an A level in Art and studied at the Camberwell School of Art as well as the Royal Academy Schools.

She then took a twi-year sabbatical with her father in India where she photographed the production of A Passage to India.

She has had many exhibitions of her art and is vice-president of The Royal Ballet.

How is she related to the Queen? 

Sarah is the only daughter of Princess Margaret, and Antony Armstrong-Jones, 1st Earl of Snowdon.

This makes her a niece of Queen Elizabeth II and the youngest grandchild of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth. 

Is she Prince Harry's godmother? 

Lady Sarah is one of Harry's six godparents chosen by Prince Charles and Princess Diana for his christening in 1984.

Who is her husband Daniel Chatto? 

Lady Sarah met Daniel Chatto on her sabbatical in India.

They married July 14 1994.

He is a British artist and former actor

How many children does she have?

The couple have two children.

Samuel David Benedict Chatto, 24, is 27th in the line of succession to the British throne.

Arthur Robert Nathaniel Chatto, 22, is 28th in the line of succession to the British throne.

Both sons attended Eton College.

Samuel graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a degree in the History of Art.

 He now works as a potter, while Arthur is currently enrolled at the University of Edinburgh.

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