One year after his divorce, Peter Phillips, the Queen of England's favorite grandson, introduces his new girlfriend

One year after his divorce, Peter Phillips, the Queen of England's favorite grandson, introduces his new girlfriend

The Queen's grandson, Peter Phillips, introduced his new girlfriend to his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, a year after announcing that he was divorcing Autumn Phillips. The former couple, parents of 2 children, had announced last February that they were separating after 12 years of marriage.
 
The presentation of this new girlfriend is not a surprise. Rumors about the love life of the Queen's favorite grandson have been circulating for several months. He had indeed made the headlines of People magazines when his car had been spotted 500 km from his home in strict confinement linked to the coronavirus pandemic. The police, alerted by neighbors, had come to the place and had found the Queen's grandson, who had explained that he had to go on a business trip in the region, and had not been able to find a hotel. He had preferred to sleep at an old friend's house…
 
Lindsay Wallace, who is originally a friend of Peter Phillips' sister, Zara, was present at a shooting at Windsor Castle, where she met the monarch. 
 
A source told The Sun: The Queen is one of the most important people in Peter's life, so it's only natural that he would introduce Lindsay to her. It was a very warm meeting and the Queen was clearly delighted to meet someone who makes Peter so happy.
 
Royal insiders say that introducing your new partner to the Queen is a major step and a sign that the couple is serious.
 
The source added: It may be early days, but Peter wanted his grandmother to see that he was happy. It's a clear sign that Lindsay has now been warmly welcomed into the 'Firm' and a major first step should they ever choose to marry. The Queen just wants Peter to be happy.