Celebrity News : He is the new brother-in-law of the Dukes of Cambridge
The big day has arrived. Pippa Middleton and James Matthews stepped on the altar to give themselves the “Yes, I accept” and swear eternal love. No doubt this has been one of the most anticipated weddings in 2017, but have you ever wondered who is now Kate Middleton’s brother-in-law?
James Matthews was born on August 21, 1975. He is the son of renowned landowner David Matthews and Jane, a Zimbabwean-born artist who worked for Dior.
James studied at Eton College, Windsor; The school is recognized because it has housed important figures of the United Kingdom, such as princes William and Harry, actors Eddie Redmayne and Tom Hiddleston and former Prime Minister David Cameron.
James is currently one of the richest men in the UK thanks to his investment fund company Eden Rock Capital Management Group. In addition, his family owns a luxury hotel in the Caribbean. The establishment building, located in the Bay of St. Jean in the French West Indies, is 70 years old. Pippa and James have already traveled together several times to the beaches of that place.
James will inherit a Scottish noble title, for his father, David, has the appointment of Lord of Glen Affric. This ‘manor’ indicates that the head of the family is the owner of the lands of Glen Affric in Scotland, and that they will later pass to his firstborn son, becoming Lord James.
Kate Middleton’s brother-in-law is not only passionate about finances and business. Previously he was a professional race car driver and participated in many championships, including Formula 3 in the United Kingdom, Formula Renault, also British, and the Eurocup Formula Renault.
On the other hand, James also has risen to fame thanks to his brother Spencer, who participated in a London reality Made in Chelsea. The television show followed the lives of young British millionaires.
James’s other brother, Michael, lost his life tragically in 1999 when he was descending from Everest. After his death, Michael was recognized as the youngest British to reach that summit.