Lady Davina Windsor, 41, is the daughter of the Queen’s cousin, and 30th in line to the throne She married New Zealander Gary Lewis on July 31, 2004 and the couple have two children But last week, Buckingham Palace confirmed the couple had split in 2018. Meghan Markle spotted with Prince Harry’s Ex Cressida Bonas Prince William made history when Duke of Cambridge did this on tour Commenting to Hello! magazine, a Buckingham Palace spokesperson said: “Lady Davina and Gary Lewis were divorced last year ” No official reason was given for the separation but there have been reports their “cultural differences” played a part A friend told the Daily Mail: “It’s very sad, but their differences were just too great in the end ” Lady Davina’s parents are the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, and she is half-Danish though her mother Gary is of Maori descent and their marriage marked the first time a person of Maori descent married into the British Royal Family The couple’s two children – eight-year-old Senna Kowhai and six-year-old Tane Mahuta – are said to still be living with their mother in London The couple led a private life largely out of the public eye. But commentators have remarked on how amicable and swift their divorce was, leading to some questioning what they did right READ MORE: Why did Kate have to wait eight years for a solo outing with the Queen when Meghan was out after one month? The Queen’s BRILLIANT comeback after being pelted with eggs REVEALED Meghan Markle ‘SAVED’ Prince Harry with her ‘passionate belief’ A spokeswoman told Express co.uk: “The couple’s divorce fell largely under the radar due to their limited time in court, which could be due to other dispute resolution techniques She added: “It might feel inevitable that a divorce is going to get emotional and messy, however, a few techniques and alternative options will help mitigate stress levels and the amount of money spent ” Barrister Kate Van Rol, from top divorce barristers 4PB, elaborated on how couples can achieve this sort of amicable division She said: “Following divorce, a decision has to be made in respect of how the couple’s assets should be shared between them READ MORE: Royal row REIGNITED – Meghan OVERSHADOWS Kate’s pride and joy as palace forced to intervene “Where there is a high net worth the assets are often held in complex arrangements and it can be difficult and time-consuming to understand, analyse, value and divide these assets “A further complication can occur where the assets are located in different countries Obtaining information about overseas assets and aligning tax regimes can be problematic and therefore, ultimately, an expensive process ” She said the key to an easy divorce often lies in keeping them out of the courts Ms Van Rol said: “Where both parties are committed to reaching a resolution in respect of concluding their financial arrangements it may be beneficial and preferential for them to consider arbitration as an alternative to the court process “Arbitration can be a more expedient and economical form of resolution.