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The day Lady Gabriella Windsor discovered Madrid with Tamara

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The day Lady Gabriella Windsor discovered Madrid with Tamara

The British Royal Family is in mourning. The unexpected death of Thomas Kingston, husband of Lady Gabriella Windsor, great-niece of Queen Elizabeth and second cousin of King Charles III, has shocked the United Kingdom. A hard blow for the daughter of Prince Michael of Kent, who said ‘I do’ to the financier in 2019, in a fairytale wedding at St. George’s Chapel.

Before passing through the altar, Ella, journalist and philanthropist, was an exceptional collaborator in our magazine, where she interviewed personalities from different worlds, from the sports sphere, such as Rafa Nadal, to society, such as Tamara Falcó.

The Marchioness of Griñón served as Lady Gabriella’s special host, showing her some corners of the capital. Although Ella knew the city well, since, as she herself told us, she had lived here and “had a phenomenal time.” “For me, Madrid is a special place that I always like to visit,” she confessed. We found out what her route was.

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traditional Madrid

Tamara and Ella took a walk through the old Madrid de la Cava, in the heart of the La Latina neighborhood, one of the oldest areas of the capital. The Marchioness of Griñón wanted to show the beautiful British aristocrat the Madrid of the Austrias and this street, known for its wide range of bars and restaurants.

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Stop at Casa Lucio

It is, without a doubt, one of the most emblematic restaurants in the city. The space, which opened its doors in 1974, has been bringing the best of our gastronomy to not only the people of Madrid, but also its visitors for more than half a century. In fact, international stars have sat at its tables, such as Will Smith or Tom Cruise, as well as prominent personalities from our country; and their fried eggs are their best letter of introduction – they are the best known in the capital. In their case, they also enjoyed a meal accompanied by a Spanish wine and a ham tapa.

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Art in the Sorolla House-Museum

Lady Gabriella is passionate about art, so Tamara did not hesitate to make another essential stop with her for culture lovers: the Sorolla House-Museum. There, the aristocrat was able to see up close the works of the master of light, one of the most outstanding painters in our History.

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Tea, its British moment

Although Ella was imbued with Spanish culture, there was time to enjoy tea time, a very English tradition. Tamara and she had tea together and there was also no shortage of pastries that the British usually eat when they drink this drink.

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