Kate Middleton's brother James marries fiancée Alizee Thevenet

Kate Middleton’s brother James MARRIES fiancée Alizee Thevenet ‘surrounded by family and friends’ in secret South of France ceremony

  • James Middleton, 34, has announced his marriage to French analyst Alizée Thevenet who he met in 2018
  • The couple tied the knot in a ceremony in French village of Bormes-les-Mimosas on the famous Côte d’Azur
  • Entrepreneur James, 34, met Alizee in 2018, reportedly in a London bar, and they engaged in September 2019

Kate Middleton’s brother James has today announced his marriage to French analyst Alizée Thevenet.

The entrepreneur, 34, who is the younger brother of the Duchess of Cambridge, revealed he had tied the knot on Saturday ‘surrounded by family and friends’.

The secret ceremony took place in the French village of Bormes-les-Mimosas on the famous Côte d’Azur.

Sharing a picture of him and his bride Alizée on Instagram this evening, he said: ‘Yesterday I married the love of my life surrounded by family, friends and of course a few dogs in the beautiful village or Bormes-les-Mimosas. 

‘Words cannot describe how happy I am.’ 

The entrepreneur, 34, who is the younger brother of the Duchess of Cambridge, revealed he had tied the knot on Saturday ‘surrounded by family and friends’

Sharing a picture of him and his bride Alizée on Instagram this evening, he said: ‘Yesterday I married the love of my life surrounded by family, friends and of course a few dogs in the beautiful village or Bormes-les-Mimosas. ‘Words cannot describe how happy I am.’

James, founder of British greetings card firm Boomf, initially met Alizee in 2018, before getting engaged in September 2019

James, founder of British greetings card firm Boomf, initially met Alizee in 2018, reportedly in a London bar. 

They announced their engagement in September 2019.  

The couple were last pictured together at the Bvlgari Magnifica Gala dinner at Spencer House in St James’, London.

James is the youngest of the three Middleton siblings, after his eldest sister, Kate, 39, and Pippa, 38.

All three grew up in Berkshire to parents Michael Middleton and wife Carole Goldman, both of whom are successful entrepreneurs.

James, like his two sisters, attended the private boarding school St Andrew’s School, in Pangbourne, Berkshire, before moving to Marlborough College in Wiltshire. 

Alongside Boomf, James launched Ella & Co, a mail order dog food company that offers freeze-dried, raw, organic dog food in May last year.

The couple were last pictured together at the Bvlgari Magnifica Gala dinner at Spencer House in St James’, London. Here they are pictured at the 2019  the London Premiere of Apple’s acclaimed documentary “The Elephant Queen”

He is also a mental health advocate. In 2019, in a first person piece published in the Daily Mail, he wrote passionately about his private battle with the depression – which he described as a ‘cancer of the mind’.

Earlier this year it was revealed that James and Alizee had snapped up the Middleton’s fourth property in Berkshire village of Bucklebury, for £1.45 million.

The property is four-bedroom Grade II listed period farmhouse with beams and leaded windows in a village on the Bucklebury fringes.

Parents Carole and Michael live in a £4.7 million Georgian manor house in the same village, while sister Pippa recently bought Bucklebury Farm Park, a petting zoo which is a favourite of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. 

James had previously been staying at his parents’ home throughout lockdown with Alizee.


Kate Middleton’s brother James last month revealed a glimpse of his new £1.45 million mansion after announcing he and his French fiancée Alizée Thevenet had bought their first home together

Another snap shows James’ beloved dogs posing in front of a brick fireplace inside their new home

Speaking about the move, he said in a post on Instagram: ‘Think buying a house is up there with one of the most stressful experiences in my life.

‘It’s been a hectic few months moving in to our new home & we couldn’t be happier. We are settling into our life in the country and the dogs their new home.’

At Easter, James shared snaps to Instagram from a garden showcasing four out of six of his beloved dogs alongside his pet rabbit Pretzel.  

He shared the photographs to promote a training video posted on the social media account for his pet supplies company Ella & Co.

The caption read: ‘Happy Easter from my family to yours. Many of you don’t know I have a rabbit called Pretzel and is really important for me all my animals get along. 

‘I’ve made a little training video on how I introduce my dogs to other animals over at @ella.co starting Pretzel and Daphne.’

The Duchess of Cambridge’s brother announced his engagement to his French partner in September 2019 and is believed to have proposed while in the Lake District 

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