Daisy Bell marries Australian banker in Chelsea and shares stunning images

Daughter of Margaret Thatcher’s late spin doctor Tim Bell ties the knot: Daisy Bell stuns in a white mini skirt as she marries Australian banker in Chelsea after postponing her Cape Town wedding due to Covid-19

  • Daughter of Margaret Thatcher’s late spin doctor Tim Bell has married partner 
  • Daisy Bell, 31, wed Australian banker Andrew Gray, 34,  at Chelsea Old Town Hall
  • She shared a stunning photograph of the happy couple to her Instagram account

It appears to have been the year for society weddings despite the coronavirus pandemic, with Princess Beatrice, Prince Harry’s ex Cressida Bonas and hotelier Sir Rocco Forte’s daughter Irene all tying the knot. 

And now the daughter of Margaret Thatcher’s late spin doctor Tim Bell, Daisy, has married her partner, Australian banker Andrew Gray, at Chelsea Old Town Hall this weekend.

Sharing a stunning photograph of the happy couple outside the venue to her public Instagram account, Daisy wrote: ‘Locked it in.’ 

Daisy was planning on getting married in Cape Town next month but was forced to postpone the wedding due to Covid-19 and will instead enjoy a big celebration next year, according to the Daily Mail’s Richard Eden.

The daughter of Margaret Thatcher’s late spin doctor Tim Bell, Daisy, has married her partner, Australian banker Andrew Gray, at Chelsea Old Town Hall this weekend (pictured)

Sharing a stunning photograph of the happy couple outside the venue to her public Instagram account, Daisy wrote: 'Locked it in.' (pictured)

Sharing a stunning photograph of the happy couple outside the venue to her public Instagram account, Daisy wrote: ‘Locked it in.’ (pictured)

Daisy (pictured with her partner) was planning on getting married in Cape Town next month but was forced to postpone the wedding due to Covid-19 and will instead enjoy a big celebration next year, according to the Daily Mail's Richard Eden

Daisy (pictured with her partner) was planning on getting married in Cape Town next month but was forced to postpone the wedding due to Covid-19 and will instead enjoy a big celebration next year, according to the Daily Mail’s Richard Eden

A handful of loved ones were in attendance for the glittering affair, with the bride sporting a cap-sleeved cropped top featuring a high neck and a white, scalloped-edged mini skirt.

Wearing white high heels and keeping her blonde locks down, Daisy looked the epitome of elegance as she threw her arm up in celebration in the Instagram snap.  

Andrew, 34, appeared just as smart in a simple black suit with a blue tie when standing next to his glamorous bride.

Speaking about her wedding, Daisy said: ‘We were planning on getting married in Cape Town next month, but sadly had to push the big celebration back a year due to Covid.’ 

The society beauty was on a trip with Prince Harry's ex-girlfriend, Cressida Bonas, when she first met Andrew (pictured together on holiday)

The society beauty was on a trip with Prince Harry’s ex-girlfriend, Cressida Bonas, when she first met Andrew (pictured together on holiday)

The society beauty (pictured in Greece) locked eyes with her future husband while at a bar in Sydney's Bondi Beach and previously admitted it was 'love at first sight'

The society beauty (pictured in Greece) locked eyes with her future husband while at a bar in Sydney’s Bondi Beach and previously admitted it was ‘love at first sight’

Lord Tim Bell and former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher seen together in 2002 at a cocktail party in London

Lord Tim Bell and former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher seen together in 2002 at a cocktail party in London

The society beauty was on holiday with Prince Harry’s ex-girlfriend, Cressida Bonas, when she first met Andrew. She locked eyes with her future husband while at a bar in Sydney’s Bondi Beach and previously admitted it was ‘love at first sight’.

Daisy appears to delight in sharing snaps of her lavish trips abroad, including to Greece and Australia, to her social media account. 

The glamorous businesswoman has followed in her father’s footsteps, launching her own luxury PR company, BellCo.

Its clients include The Fitzdares Club, in Mayfair, and Core Collective, both of which are popular hotspots for Britain’s socialites.

Margaret Thatcher’s spin doctor Tim Bell: PR behind the famous ‘Labour isn’t working’ posters

Margaret Thatcher’s former publicity guru, Tim Bell, who was behind the famous ‘Labour isn’t working’ posters, died aged 77 in August 2019.

Lord Bell, one of the founders of public relations firm Bell Pottinger, was involved in the Conservatives’ election campaigns in 1979, 1983 and 1987, and was awarded a knighthood by Lady Thatcher and a peerage by Tony Blair.

Lord Bell’s ‘Labour isn’t working’ posters, which showed a snaking doll queue, were released in 1978. They were regarded as having made a key contribution to Lady Thatcher’s general election triumph in 1979.

Margaret Thatcher's former publicity guru, Tim Bell (pictured), died aged 77 in August 2019

He was behind the famous 'Labour isn't working' posters (pictured)

Margaret Thatcher’s former publicity guru, Tim Bell (pictured left), who was behind the famous ‘Labour isn’t working’ posters (pictured right), died aged 77 in August 2019

In 1996, Lord Bell was hired to help save the political career of the accident-prone Russian president Boris Yeltsin. It was at the time when the Russian leader was dogged by criticisms over heavy drinking and his handling of the Chechnya crisis.

Lord Bell also acted as public relations adviser to the South African Government and to Andrew Lloyd-Webber. Bell Pottinger went into administration in 2017.

Lord Bell was married to Lady Jackie Bell and had two children, Harry and Daisy.

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