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While Lord Lucan will be remembered as one of society’s most notorious figures, his son and heir, George Bingham, made his own history today as he married Anne-Sofie Foghsgaard in London.
Anne-Sofie, popularly known as Fie, stunned in a cream satin dress by Timothy Everest MBE, which was split at the waist to reveal an underlayer.
Laurent Derame and Andre Suard-Ryan of Gielly Green, George Street London were responsible for bride's hair and make-up.
Lord Lucan's son George Bingham, 48, married Anne-Sofie Foghsgaard, 37, popularly known as Fie, in London on Monday
The happy couple posed for photographs with their bridal party - two bridesmaids and two page boys - and linked arms as they made their way to a waiting car.
The wedding comes soon after the couple released their official engagement picture in November last year.
Taken at the Royal Hospital Chelsea, her hand on his shoulder, the photo showed off Anne-Sofie’s engagement ring, an antique fine Ceylon sapphire set in 16 diamonds.
It looks remarkably similar to the one worn by the Duchess of Cambridge, which previously belonged to Princess Diana.
The happy couple posed for photographs with their bridal party - two bridesmaids and two page boys
Anne-Sofie, the daughter of a Danish multi-millionaire, stunned in a cream satin dress, which was split at the waist to reveal an underlayer
The wedding comes soon after the couple released their official engagement picture in November
The couple were in high spirits and linked arms as they made their way to a waiting car
Anne-Sofie also wore matching sapphire earrings, an engagement gift from Bingham, who worked as a merchant banker and is now a freelance consultant and researcher, in the loving snap.
Bingham's mother, Lady Lucan, told the Daily Mail's Sebastian Shakespeare last year that it was ‘extremely unlikely’ she would be attending the nuptials.
She has barely been on speaking terms with her son for the past 33 years, after she claims he abandoned her to live with his aunt and uncle as a teenager.
Bingham, was educated at Eton and Trinity Hall, Cambridge, denies the claims saying he was 14 at the time and had no alternative as under the direction of his guardian law, the Official Solicitor, he and his two sisters had to move.
It was revealed earlier this month that a bid by Bingham to gain a death certificate for his father will wait until a High Court hearing next year, according to The Argus.
Bingham applied for the certificate under the Presumption of Death Act, so he can inherit the title as 8th Earl.
Anne-Sofie wore a silver necklace and her hair in a low chignon as she posed with her bridal party outside the church on Monday
If Bingham is granted a death certificate for his father, he will become the 8th Earl of Lucan, and his wife, Anne-Sofie Foghsgaard, the daughter of a wealthy Danish industrialist, the new Lady Lucan
Lord Lucan vanished on November 7, 1974, shortly after the death of the family's nanny, Sandra Rivett.
She was discovered in the basement of the family's Belgravia home after being bludgeoned to death with a lead pipe, with Lord Lucan the prime suspect.
There have been numerous supposed sightings of the murder suspect from around the globe including reports that he fled to start a new life in West Africa, which have never been verified.
His son, Mr Bingham, who was seven when his father vanished, has insisted he is not convinced his father killed his nanny and instead believes he committed suicide.
Earlier this month, he launched the legal proceedings to obtain the death certificate with a discrete public notice in a local newspaper.
According to the notice, objectors had 21 days to halt the process – a legal measure set in place in case the presumed deceased turns up.
It comes after the new Presumption of Death Act came into force in 2013 after a campaign for reforms by relatives of missing people.
The charity Missing People spearheaded the campaign to help relatives of those suspected of being death obtain a death certificate.
If granted he will become the 8th Earl of Lucan, and his wife, Anne-Sofie Foghsgaard, the daughter of a wealthy Danish industrialist, the new Lady Lucan.
Lucan had previously been declared dead by the High Court in 1999 for a probate settelement, but this did not prove his death for all purposes.
Lord Lucan, left, vanished on November 7, 1974, shortly after the death of the family's nanny, Sandra Rivett. At the time of his disappearance, Lucan and his first wife Veronica Duncan, right, Mr Bingham’s mother, were in a custody battle at the time of his disappearance
At the same time, Mr Bingham applied to inherit his father's title, but it was denied by Lord Irvine, the Lord Chancellor at the time.
At the time of his disappearance in 1974, Lucan and his first wife Veronica Duncan, Mr Bingham’s mother, were in a custody battle at the time of his disappearance.
Their marriage had broken down and Lucan had moved out of the family home.
It has been suspected that Lucan killed his nanny when he mistook her for his wife on the night of the murder.
Lady Lucan was herself badly injured in the attack and when she was able to make a statement afterwards, she named her husband as the man who attacked her and killed their nanny.
Mr Bingham, pictured as a toddler with his parents, was seven when his father vanished and insisted he is not convinced his father killed his nanny and instead believes he committed suicide
The police named Lucan as the prime suspect, but were unable to locate him, instead only finding a blood-stained car he was seen driving, abandoned at Newhaven, east Sussex.
There has been no formal sighting of Lord Lucan – aged 39 at the time – since the early hours of November 8, when he visited the home of a friend in Sussex.
His fate remains unknown, although rumours have placed him everywhere from the bottom of the English Channel to a sunlit bar in Botswana.
The children continued to live with their mother following the earl’s disappearance, but custody was transferred to their uncle Bill Shand Kydd and aunt Christina in 1982 after Lady Lucan suffered a mental breakdown.
Lady Lucan did not contest this and Mr Bingham and his sisters have not had contact with their mother since.
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