New details emerge over shock Royal death

The circumstances surrounding the death of Thomas Kingston, the son-in-law of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, have come to light following an inquest at Gloucestershire Coroner’s Court.

Mr. Kingston, who married Gabriella Windsor, the daughter of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent and second cousin to King Charles, in 2019 at Windsor Castle, tragically passed away at a property in Gloucestershire on Sunday night local time, prompting mourning within the royal family.

Senior coroner Katy Skerrett outlined the “brief circumstances” of his death on Friday local time, confirming the presence of a gun at the scene.

“Mr. Kingston was visiting his parents’ home in the Cotswolds. On 25 February, he had lunch with his parents. His father went out to walk the dogs,” the court heard, as reported by Sky News UK.

“On his return, Mr. Kingston was not in the house, and after approximately 30 minutes, his mother went to look for him. His father forced entry into a locked outbuilding when no reply could be gained. “He discovered Mr. Kingston deceased with a catastrophic head injury. A gun was present at the scene. Emergency services were summoned. Police are satisfied that the death is not suspicious.”

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