David Conner, dean of Windsor, is well-known to the royal family.
Learn more about the dean who officiated at many of the marriages for the royal family.
Who is Dean of Windsor David Conner?
David Conner attended Oxford University after being born on April 6, 1947, in Kent.
Following his ordination as a deacon in 1971, he was appointed chaplain of Oxford’s St. Edward’s School.
From 1987 to 1994, when he was appointed Bishop of Lane, Conner served as Vice Chancellor of Great St. Mary’s University in Cambridge.
He also held the de facto leadership position of the Anglican Church of the British Armed Forces between 2001 and 2009 as Bishop of the Troops.
The bishop received the honorary title of Knight Commander of the Victorian Monarchy in 2010 as part of the New Year’s homage (KCVO).
When was the Dean of Windsor appointed and what did he do?
Since 1998, he has served as the Dean of Windsor, making him also the Registrar of the Garter, a famous Order of the Knights that dates back to 1348.
The world was watching the wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank in October 2018 at Windsor Castle’s St. George’s Chapel.
David Conner, Dean of Windsor, was the man in charge of everything that was involved in hosting the royal wedding.
As he had been for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle just five months before, he was present to work when Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank made their marriage vows.
He also provided Jack and Eugenie with conventional premarital therapy.
They just so happen to make the ideal couple together, he said.”
It was a tremendous pleasure working with them because they get along extremely well, are obviously in love, and have a lot of fun together.”
Dean Windsor wife and Children
Dean Windsor has been married to Jane Maria Evans since 1969.
The couple lives in Windsor and has two sons.
The Dean leaves his family and private life out of the public eye.
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