James Chichester, Earl of Belfast

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James Arthur Chichester, Earl of Belfast (born 19 November 1990) is the eldest son of Patrick Chichester, 8th Marquess of Donegall.[1] The heir apparent to the Marquessate of Donegall and its subsidiary titles, he was styled Viscount Chichester between 1990 and 2007.[1] He was styled as Earl of Belfast in 2007.[1] He was educated at Belhaven Hill School, Harrow School and Trinity College, Dublin.[2] He is married to Oilbhe Cahill-Reid (born 1990),[3][4][5] who is styled Countess of Belfast.

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  4. ^ "The Earl of Belfast and Miss O.M. Cahill Reid". The Telegraph. Retrieved 13 October 2015. 
  5. ^ "Belfast/Cahill Reid engagement". Michael Rhodes. 18 March 2015. Retrieved 13 October 2015.