Lady Iris Marina Aline Cholmondeley is a well-regarded member of the royal family, being the daughter of David Cholmondeley, the seventh Marquess of Cholmondeley, and the Marchioness, Rose Hanbury.
Lady Iris Marina Aline Cholmondeley‘s Family
Lady Iris Marina Aline Cholmondeley, born on March 1, 2016, is the youngest daughter of Rose Hanbury and her husband, David Cholmondeley, the Marquess of Cholmondeley.
Sarah Rose Cholmondeley, formerly Hanbury, born on March 15, 1984, is the daughter of Timothy Hanbury, a website designer, and Emma Hanbury (née Longman), a fashion designer. Her younger sister, Marina, is the third wife of Edward Lambton, 7th Earl of Durham. Before her marriage, Rose worked as a fashion model, represented by Storm Models, and as a researcher for conservative politician Michael Gove.
David George Philipp Cholmondeley, born in Cholmondeley Castle Gardens, United Kingdom, on June 27, 1960, is the son of Hugh Cholmondeley, 6th Marquess of Cholmondeley, and Lavinia, Marchioness of Cholmondeley (née Leslie). He is a descendant of both the Rothschild family and the Sassoon family through his paternal grandmother, Sybil Sassoon, and is also related to Sir Robert Walpole, the first Prime Minister of Great Britain. David has three older sisters: the Ladies Rose, Margot, and Caroline.
Educated at Eton College, David later took classes at the Sorbonne in Paris. He married Rose on June 24, 2009, following the announcement of their engagement two days prior. Three-and-a-half months after their wedding, on October 12, 2009, the Marchioness gave birth to twin sons, Alexander Hugh George and Oliver Timothy George. The elder son, Alexander, holds the courtesy title of Earl of Rocksavage as the heir apparent to the Marquessate, while his brother is known as Lord Oliver Cholmondeley. The Marchioness’ third child, Lady Iris, was born in March 2016.
Lady Iris Marina Aline Cholmondeley‘s Net Worth
Lady Iris Marina Aline Cholmondeley is a renowned youngster experiencing a privileged childhood. She is the offspring of David Cholmondeley, the 7th Marquess of Cholmondeley, who holds the titles of both a British peer and a filmmaker.
Upon reaching the age of 30, David inherited a substantial fortune, estimated by some to be as high as £126 million. His inherited assets include an impressive 10,000 acres of land and a collection of castles, notably the expansive Norfolk estate, Houghton Hall, and Cholmondeley Castle in Cheshire.
David assumed the title of Marquess of Cholmondeley on March 13, 1990, following the passing of his father. Along with the title, he inherited a half share of the office of Lord Great Chamberlain and took on the responsibilities of the role for the duration of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign. Using the professional name David Rocksavage, he even made a small appearance in Eric Rohmer’s film “4 aventures de Reinette et Mirabelle.” The name Rocksavage is derived from his title of Earl of Rocksavage. In 1995, he directed the film adaptation of Truman Capote’s novel “Other Voices, Other Rooms.”
Lady Iris enjoys the privileges that come with her family’s wealth and status, growing up amidst the opulence and heritage associated with the Cholmondeley name.