Lady Rose Gilman

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Lady Rose Gilman
Born Rose Victoria Birgitte Louise Windsor
(1980-03-01) 1 March 1980 (age 35)
St Mary's Hospital, London, England
Other names Rose Victoria Birgitte Louise Gilman
Rose Windsor
Spouse(s) George Gilman
Children Lyla Gilman
Rufus Gilman
Parent(s) Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester
Birgitte, Duchess of Gloucester

Lady Rose Victoria Birgitte Louise Gilman (born Windsor on 1 March 1980) is the younger daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, and is 31st in the line of succession to the British Throne.[1]

Early life[edit]

Lady Rose was born at St Mary's Hospital, Paddington, London, and at birth was 12th in line of succession to the British Throne. She was baptised on 13 July 1980 at Barnwell Church, Northamptonshire.[2] Her godparents included The Prince Edward and Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones.[3] She attended St. George's School, Ascot and grew up at her parents' apartment in Kensington Palace.[1]

Lady Rose works in the film industry as an art assistant under the name Rose Windsor. She worked on the 2007 film Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, as well as Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Margaret Thatcher: The Long Walk to Finchley, and the TV series Little Britain.[4]


The Lady Rose Windsor announced her engagement on 16 November 2007 to 26-year-old George Gilman, son of property developer Peter J. I. Gilman.[5] They married on 19 July 2008 at Queen's Chapel, St. James's Palace in London.[3] Apart from her immediate family, amongst those attending the wedding were The Earl and Countess of Wessex, The Princess Royal, Peter and Autumn Phillips, Daniel and Lady Sarah Chatto and Catherine Middleton, who attracted media interest for attending without her then boyfriend, now husband Prince William.[1]

Lady Rose and her husband have a daughter, Lyla Beatrix Christabel Gilman, born 30 May 2010,[6] and a son Rufus, born Oct/Nov 2012.[7]



British royalty
Preceded by
Tāne Lewis
Line of succession to the British throne
granddaughter of Henry, son of George V
Succeeded by
Lyla Gilman