The love life of Princess Anne will be tonight (20 February) in Princess Anne: The 7 Loved Ones of Her Documentary Treated Life

As the title suggests, as the show progresses, claims are made that the Queen’s eldest daughter may have worked with seven male partners

These include suggestions that Olympic rider Richard Meade, bodyguard Peter Cross, and Andrew Parker-Bowles should court Princess Anne

The stories discussed also include speculation by royal observers about possible applicants for the Princess Royal

Princess Anne married Mark Phillips in 1973 and they had two children, Peter and Zara

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They divorced in 1992, and Anne married her second husband, Timothy Laurence

later that year

They apparently met for the first time at a party in 1968. At the time he was a lieutenant in the Dragoon Guard of 1st Queen

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Their engagement was announced in May 1973 and they later married in November at Westminster Abbey

Princess Anne and Mark Phillips share Peter and Zara – but they are also grandparents of four children

The couple announced their intention to split up in 1989 after rumors said that the relationship was not all right

Anne, then 39, expressed her intention to continue living in the family home in Gatcombe Park in Gloucestershire

They tied the knot in 1992 after meeting on the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1989

Princess Anne: The 7 loves of your life will be tonight (20 February) aired at 9 p.m. on channel 5

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