Wedding Dresses Of The Royal Family


By Ada Kohli
Published Oct 04, 2021

Hindustan Times


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Princess Beatrice 

Princess Beatrice borrowed her grandmother, Queen Elizabeth’s wedding dress for her own wedding

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The wedding dress was sent back on display at Windsor Castle and was originally designed for the queen by Sir Norman Hartnell

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Kate Middleton

Kate's gown was created by Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen and the Duchess worked closely with Burton on the design of the dress 

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The lace on the skirt and bodice of the dress was handmade by the Royal School of Needlework, which is based at the Hampton Court Palace

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Meghan Markle

Meghan’s wedding dress was made of a double bonded silk cady and had a wide bateau neck easing over the edge of each shoulder

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It was topped by a five-meter-long veil of silk tulle trimmed in hand-embroidered flowers

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Princess Diana

Trimmed with vintage lace, pearls and thousands of sequins, the train of Diana's dress was the longest ever for a British royal bride 

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With its low-cut, gold brocade-trimmed bodice, the dress was based on Georgian era fashion

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Queen Elizabeth II

She wore a beautiful Norman Hartnell designed long-sleeve dress which was encrusted with 10,000 seed pearls imported from America

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The dress came with a high neckline, tailored bodice, and a short train which she teamed with the Queen Mary fringe tiara

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