Lady Sarah Chatto wears ‘diamond cluster’ antique engagement ring

Lady Sarah Chatto, 59, and Daniel Chatto, 66, tied the knot on July 14, 1994, at St Stephen’s, Walbrook in the City of London.

The duo announced their engagement two months prior in May 1994, with Daniel proposing to Sarah with a rather unusual engagement ring.

Sarah’s engagement ring has been described as “an early 19th-century diamond cluster, with table-cut stones, set in silver and surrounded by a red-gold shank chased with roses”.

Daniel was said to have sourced the ring from Wartski’s. On their wedding day in July, the couple wore plain gold wedding bands purchased from the same brand, proving that it was a popular choice.

Princess Margaret’s only daughter looked beautiful wearing her old-style cluster ring from Daniel Chatto.

Daniel would have known that information before purchasing the jewel from Wartski’s. This was a lovely tribute to his future wife who had a huge interest in art.

In comparison to her glamorous mother Princess Margaret, who invited 2,068 guests to witness her own wedding to Antony Armstrong-Jones in 1960, Sarah summoned just 200 friends and family members to St Stephen Walbrook.

This was a small, exquisite 17th-century church near St Paul’s Cathedral. There was no TV coverage or glass coach like her mother had 34 years prior.

Designated the Bohemian Wedding of the Year by the Daily Telegraph, the ceremony was simple but elegant.

The bride traded her artist grunge wear for an understated Jasper Conran gown and a bouquet of honeysuckle.

In addition, the 30-minute service was performed by the late Reverand Dr Chad Varah, who was the founder of the Samaritans and a pioneering sex therapist.

The couple has two sons, Samuel, 27, and Arthur, 24 and they live privately in west London.

Sarah and her brother, David Armstrong-Jones, 2nd Earl of Snowdon, are the only maternal first cousins of King Charles III.


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