Prince Edward (C), the youngest son of B

Prince Edward (C), the youngest son of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, his brother the Prince of Wales (L) and the Duke of York, walk through Windsor Castle to St George's Chapel where he is to marry Sophie Rhys-Jones, June 19, 1999. The royal couple, who met in 1993 in London at a charity real tennis match that the Prince had organised, were marrying in St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle. Buckingham Palace announced before the wedding that the Royal couple will, in the future, be known as the Earl and Countess of Wessex. By tradition, Royal grooms have two supporters, rather than one best man. (Photo credit should read PHIL NOBLE/AFP via Getty Images)
Prince Edward (C), the youngest son of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, his brother the Prince of Wales (L) and the Duke of York, walk through Windsor Castle to St George's Chapel where he is to marry Sophie Rhys-Jones, June 19, 1999. The royal couple, who met in 1993 in London at a charity real tennis match that the Prince had organised, were marrying in St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle. Buckingham Palace announced before the wedding that the Royal couple will, in the future, be known as the Earl and Countess of Wessex. By tradition, Royal grooms have two supporters, rather than one best man. (Photo credit should read PHIL NOBLE/AFP via Getty Images)
Prince Edward (C), the youngest son of B
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