Sophie Winkleman Relationship Status

Sophie Winkleman is a married woman. She became a member of the British Royal family upon marrying Lord Frederick Windsor, son of Queen Elizabeth II‘s first cousin Prince Michael of Kent. The couple dated each other for a long time. There is no information about how they met and how long they dated each other.

After a 7 month long engagement, the two tied the knot on September 12, 2009, in a royal ceremony at Chapel Royal in Hampton Court Palace. The day after their wedding ceremony, the pair left the royal life behind for Los Angeles. They have also become parents to two daughters.

Sophie clicked with her husband.
Sophie Winkleman and her husband, Lord Frederick Windsor at an event.
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The pair welcomed their first daughter, Maud Elizabeth Daphne Marina, on August 15, 2013, who was born at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles. On January 16, 2016, they became parents to their second daughter, Isabella Alexandra May, born at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. The family lives a private life away from the public eye, but they are spotted now and then at royal events.

Sophie Winkleman Net Worth and Career

Sophie Winkleman is an actress and writer. She is known for The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Peep Show and Suzie Gold. The actress is better known for being a British Royal family member. Even before stepping into Hollywood, she had performed in theater and films in the UK.

Although the 40-year-old gained the title of Lady Frederick Windsor after marrying Lord Frederick Windsor, she continues to use her name in her professional career. After her marriage, the writer continued her career in Hollywood but kept her royal identity secret throughout her time in the industry. She had started her career in Hollywood even before she became a member of the British Royal family.

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Sophie Winkleman at the 2015 British Polo Day.
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Winkleman has acted in about 3 dozen movies in Hollywood, including Me Without You, Chasing Alice, Peep Show, Shattered, Love Live Long, Kingdom, Sanditon, Lead Balloon, Endeavour and Plus One, to name a few. According to her IMDb page, the now 41-year-old is a writer as well. She wrote three episodes of the TV series Ruddy Hell! It’s Harry and Paul, which she also acted in.

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In June 2020, the actress became the new Royal Patron of The Children’s Surgery Foundation. The following month, she announced that she would be the first female and newest patron of School-Home Support, a charity foundation working with children and families to maximize educational opportunities and improve life chances. As for her net wealth, the writer has not revealed it, but as the sources tell, her estimated net worth is $300,000.

Sophie Winkleman Early Life

Sophie Winkleman was born on August 5, 1980. Her real name is Sophie Lara Winkleman. She was born and raised in Primrose Hill, London, England. Her father’s name is Barry Winkleman, the publishing director of The Times and created The Times Atlas of World History.

Sophie’s mother, Cindy Black, is a children’s book author. She has a half-sister from her father’s first marriage to Eve Pollard. Her half-sister is Claudia Winkleman, an English television presenter, film critic, radio personality, and journalist.

Sophie Winkleman clicked with her daughter.
Sophie Winkleman and her eldest daughter, Maud Elizabeth Daphne Marina, spotted at a royal event.
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As for her academic qualifications, the now 41-year-old attended the City of London School for Girls. She then attended Trinity Hall, Cambridge, where she studied English Literature. From a tender age, she was interested in acting. Following her interest, she started performing in theatrical plays from an early age.

In 1997, the royal family member joined the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain. While studying at Cambridge University, she joined the Cambridge Footlights. As a member of the group, Winkleman wrote and performed in the comic revue Far Too Happy. They did a touring show around Britain for three months and earned their first Perrier Award Nomination for Best Newcomer in 20 years.

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