Who are Sophie Countess of Wessex’s parents? Prince Edward’s wife has royal blood

Sophie Countess of Wessex is one of the most popular members of the Royal Family.

The mother and working royal is often seen at events with the Queen and other senior members of the so-called “Firm”.

Who are Sophie Countess of Wessex’s parents?

Sophie Countess of Wessex’s father was Christopher Bournes Rhys-Jones.

Sophie Countess of Wessex: Parents revealed – Prince Edward wife has royal blood

She is the only daughter of the man who was an importer of industrial tyres and rubber goods.

He went on to become the president of his old school, King’s School, Bruton.

Her mother was Mary, who passed away in 2005, was a charity worker.

What other family members does the Countess of Wessex have?

The mother-of-two has an older bother named David.

It may surprise some to learn that as well as being a royal bride, Sophie is herself related to royalty.

She is a descendant of King Henry IV of England.

Sophie lived in a four bedroom home in Brenchley, Kent, which is known for also being home to English cricketer Richard Philpott.

She went to Dulwich Prep Cranbrook, which produced the like of Gordon Ramsey’s wife Tana Ramsey and Game of Throned actress Ellie Kendrick.

She then moved onto Kent College, Pembury, which also educated Sarah Sands, former Editor of The Sunday Telegraph newspaper.

Now Sophie Countess of Wessex is a mum to two children.

Who is her teenage daughter Lady Louise? 

Lady Louise is in the Girlguides, and is a keen equestrian, excelling at carriage driving.

She currently attends St Mary’s School Ascot, ranked number one in the UK by the Telegraph last year.

The private school costs £12,930 per term to attend.

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