Queen’s cousin reveals the key problem with the Royal Family - ‘They don’t talk’

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Lord Ivar made history last year by marrying his husband James Coyle in the first same-sex royal . However, he has revealed that his sexual orientation is not something the Royal Family tends to discuss. He told Tatler: “They don’t really talk about it.”

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He continued: “I mean, the royals, they don’t communicate very well.”

Lord Ivar also said he hoped his decision to come out in 2016, despite his previous marriage to Penelope Thompson, had made a positive impact.

Ivar also shared his thoughts on same-sex marriage while being a member of the royal family.

He revealed that he still finds it “quite odd” to have a husband.

queen-elizabeth-iiRoyal family news: The Queen’s cousin reveals a key problem with his relatives (Image: GETTY)

queen-elizabeth-iiLord Ivar revealed that his sexual orientation is not something the Royal Family tends to discuss (Image: GETTY)

He added: “I suppose I’m quite traditional.”

Earlier this summer, Prince William said it would be “absolutely fine by me” if any of his three children came out as homosexual.

William went on to say that he and his wife Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, had discussed the possibility.

They both agreed they would give their children the best support they could, especially considering their role in the public eye.

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