I’m gay, claims Queen’s Cousin as he finds a new man in his life

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The name Ivar Mountbatten doesn’t need any introduction as he is the descendant of Queen Victoria and the great nephew of the Earl of Burma. Married and with three kids, the royalty seemed to have a very comfortable life but something was brewing inside him when he applied for divorce from his wife in the year 2010. Ivar’s state mansion indicates his position in the aristocracy but the whole incident is a testimony that he is also a human being with an alternate sexual preference.

Photographed with his love interest James Coyle, Ivar was in a relaxed mode as he told the media that the decision to have new boy friend was supported by his ex-wife along with the family members and close associates. Ivar struggled a lot to go public with the relationship but gathered the courage to live a life of his own choosing.

James Coyle the person who is in a relationship with Mr. Mountbatten is an airline cabin service director. He met the love of his life at Swiss resort Verbier and since then both have clicked together.

The royal has a huge 120-acre deer estate apart from a lavishly designed corporate entertainment mansion. It is draped in bold colors to signify his love for James and proves that attraction is ageless. Both complement each other to live a happy life as they grew up in a time when talking about homosexuality was considered taboo.

While conversing with mail correspondent, Ivar exposed his humorous side about how he was bi sexual but preferred to marry in order to fulfill the societal norms. Penny, his ex-wife played an important role in convincing him to publicly admit his sexuality and come out in the open. By doing this, Mr. Mountbatten has left his hypocritical life and embraced the new found freedom.


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