Princess Beatrice wore grandmother's vintage gown and tiara at wedding

Princess Beatrice wore grandmother's vintage gown and tiara at wedding

Princess Beatrice wore grandmother's vintage gown and tiara at wedding

Princess Beatrice tied the knot with Edoardo "Edo" Mapelli Mozzi.

Kathy Sherry of Dirty Fabulous in Monaghan, which specialises in vintage bridal and occasion wear, said: "We've had a few customers who have come to us for bridal headpieces to match their grandmother's wedding dress and almost everyone we've spoken to has needed to remove the arms as they are so narrow or do some alterations to make them fit better".

The people's princess chose to turn to her own family vault for her big day, choosing a Spencer family heirloom for her walk down the aisle to marry Prince Charles in 1981.

Camilla said Princess Beatrice knew the scandal would overshadow her wedding.

Unlike many brides during the pandemic, Beatrice had the added drama of being walked down the aisle by her father Prince Andrew, who has been so embroiled in the Jeffrey Epstein scandal that he stepped down from royal duties previous year.

It turns out a royal wedding was exactly what we all needed to cheer us up.

The couple had originally planned to marry in May, the palace said in a statement, but Britain's lockdown forced them to reschedule.

Showing just how strong the sisters' bond truly is, Eugenie continued: "I am so proud of you and I'm so excited to support you in the next chapter of your life".

While the world's attention may have been focused on the vintage dress and tiara, Princess Beatrice's wedding ensemble had tiny touch of Western Australia unnoticed by most royal watchers.

The Duchess of Cambridge looked regal as ever as she walked down the aisle at the Westminster Abbey wearing the 1936 Cartier Halo Tiara atop her head. "We are going to have so much fun together!"

Now, the newlyweds have released the official photographs from their wedding that took place at The Royal Chapel of All Saints at Royal Lodge in Windsor. The intimate ceremony happened with some royal fanfare-Queen Elizabeth was one of the 20 close loved ones in attendance-but with a serious downgrade. The tradition was started by Prince Charles and Diana on the Buckingham Palace balcony in 1981.

She also donned a slightly altered version of the Queen's own dress, a vintage Norman Hartnell gown the monarch first wore to the opening of Parliament and State Dinner in Rome in the 1960s, and again to the Lawrence of Arabia premiere in 1962.

Queen Elizabeth & Prince Philip have given a show of solidarity and stood by their son, believing his claims that all accusations against him are false.

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