Who is Jonathan Thompson’s wife? King Charles III's hunky equerry married to marketing manager for 10 years
LONDON, UK: Though things are somber in the UK after the death of Her Majesty on September 8, an army officer has still managed to leave his marks on the people. Jonathan Thompson, who once was Queen Elizabeth II’s highest-ranking bodyguard and now serves as the equerry for King Charles III, has reportedly made several fans lately, all thanks to his good looks.
However, MailOnline has now reported that the handsome hunk is not single. The publication stated that the 39-year-old major has been married to a marketing executive for over a decade. Popular as “Johnny” among his friends, royal watchers have apparently described Thompson as “braw darling” in Scottish slang which means a fine person. He reportedly got married to a marketing manager named Caroline in 2010, and is a father of a beautiful four-year-old boy. The family also consists of two black labradors, named Odin and Piper.
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As per reports, Thompson, who is from the 5th Battalion Royal Regiment of Scotland, was born in Morpeth, Northumberland. His current home is in Surrey, where he lives with his wife, son, and the dogs. According to his LinkedIn profile, he has been serving the British army since April 2006 after graduating from Aberystwyth University in economics and politics with international studies.
Reports also said that Thompson’s wife, Caroline, completed her education from Windsor Girls School and nearby Strodes College before getting an Higher National Diploma in Design Communications from Southampton Institute. Her apparent work experiences include roles at Packard Bell and BMW. She also works as a gym instructor and loves horse riding.
Another feather was added in the 44-year-old’s achievements in 2021 when she designed a website for charity Horses4Health. The site mentions that she “has been riding for over thirty years and bought her New Forest mare 'Bonnie' as a yearling almost 16 years ago.” It also notes, “Caroline worked in the marketing industry for 11 years before getting married in 2010 to Jonny - a serving member of the Armed Forces. It was this that spurred her on to take the plunge to change careers to become a Personal Trainer and Exercise Referral specialist. This began her interest in mental health and the benefits that exercise can have on it.”
“Her own struggles led her to discover first hand how both physical exercise and horses can greatly help with mental health and it was this that encouraged her to initially volunteer. Caroline was responsible for building the first Horses4Health website (and the new one this year!) as well as being on the main organising committee for the event. Caroline currently lives in Surrey with her husband, four year old son and two dogs, Odin and Piper, but has spent a lot of time living in various parts of Scotland, as well as Berkshire and Wiltshire, This is the seventh house she has lived in since she got married 12 years ago... the joys of being an Army family!” the website adds.