Kiwi royal Gary Lewis has split from Lady Davina Windsor

Very sad news, but we wish both of them all the best.

Kiwi royal, Gary Lewis, has split from his wife of 14 years, Lady Davina Windsor, after becoming the first person of Māori descent to marry into the British royal family in 2004.
Lady Davina, 41, is the daughter of the Queen's cousin, the Duke of Gloucester, and is currently 30th in line to the throne.
Gary Lewis and Lady Davina Windsor during at Trooping the Colour with Prince Harry and Prince William. (Image: Getty)
According to the NZ Herald, the pair met in Bali in 2000 while on holiday before they moved in together, living in Grey Lynn, Auckland for a year.
Four years after meeting they tied the knot in a quiet ceremony in Kensington Palace's chapel in 2004.
A Buckingham Palace spokesman confirmed to the Daily Mail that the couple had divorced in secret last year, and while there were no official reasons for the split it's been reported their "cultural differences" may have played a part.
"It's very sad, but their differences were just too great in the end," a close friend told the Daily Mail.
Gary Lewis and Lady Davina Windsor with their daughter Senna Kowhai, now eight. (Image: Getty)
The couple have two children together, Senna Kowhai, eight, and Tane Mahuta, six. The children are said to be living with their mother in London.
Originally from Gisborne, Gary was was a builder and sheep shearer when he met Lady Davina and is also the nephew of acclaimed New Zealand author Witi Ihimaera, who wrote The Whale Rider.
Gary and Lady Davina with the Queen and All Blacks Jerry Collins and Rico Gear at Buckingham Palace. (Image: Getty)
While the couple led a largely private life, they were often photographed with the Queen's immediate family at official royal events.
In 2005 the pair were invited to attend the Queen's reception for the All Blacks at Buckingham Palace and were guests at the Duke and Duchess' wedding in 2011.