Who was Alice Horton Procope?
Horton Procope was widely known as the girlfriend of Prince Charles’s stepson Tom Parker Bowles who reportedly died due to complications from cancer at the age of 42, reports the Daily Mail. Also known as Alice Procope, she was working as a diary reporter.
Tributes have today flooded in for Tom Parker-Bowles’ girlfriend after she died ‘peacefully at home on March 17.
Horton Procope Journalist
Steph McGovern said Procope ‘was so much fun and revealed they used to work together as journalists. Ms. Procope was working as a diary reporter before her death. She was the granddaughter of the 2nd Viscount Ingleby.
Alice Procope Husband
She got married to Robert Procope, grandson of baronet Sir Robert Wigram. The couple had three young children together. The mother-of-three died peacefully at home on March 17, seven months after she was diagnosed with the disease.
She leaves behind children Katherine, Wilfred and Georgia.
Alice Procope Tom Parker Bowles
Mr. Parker-Bowles has been left devastated by the news. The duo had been going out together for almost two years. She had been seeing Mr. Parker-Bowles for nearly two years, following his split from his fashion writer wife Sara Buys in 2018. The couple did not have children together.
Charles is close to Tom and admired the way he has handled the future King’s relationship with his mother Camilla. At school and university, he was subjected to many snide remarks about his parents, in particular about Camilla’s lengthy affair with Charles and its effect on Diana.
In 2018, he moved out of the Shepherd’s Bush home he shared with Sara and their two children after 12 years of marriage.
How old was Horton Procope?
Horton Procope was 42 years old at the time of death, March 7, 2021.
Horton Procope Cause of Death
An insider told Eden Confidential that, partly because of Covid, the mother-of-three’s cancer diagnosis didn’t come until last August ‘by when it was too late.’ Alice Procope died from cancer on March 17, 2021.
According to reports, Alice’s cancer diagnosis was delayed “partly” due to the coronavirus pandemic but when it came it was “too late”, according to a friend.
His pal said Tom had been “blissfully happy” with Alice and is “devastated that life can be so cruel”.
Horton Procope Cancer
Lung cancer is the most deadly type of cancer but if it is diagnosed early when it is more treatable, 57 percent of people will survive for five years or more. It comes amid fears tens of thousands of cancer patients are missing out on potentially life-saving treatment due to delays in diagnosis during the pandemic.
The mother-of-three Alice Procope died seven months after she was diagnosed with cancer https://t.co/dWMLSTbdzC
— Evening Standard (@standardnews) March 27, 2021
Alice Horton Funeral
Former BBC Breakfast presenter Ms. McGovern tweeted: ‘Woah, bit of a shock today hearing about the death of Alice Procope.
‘We worked together as journalists for a while. She was so much fun. Gutted for her family. 42 is no age. #ripAlice.’