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Today, Princess Eugenie married Jack Brooksbank in a gorgeous Peter Pilotto gown and emerald Greville tiara at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor. The look was gorgeous! The green of the tiara was unexpected! And the whole thing was very visible from the start unlike the royal wedding looks of Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle because Princess Eugenie chose not to wear a veil with her wedding dress.
While the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex – the latter of which, of course, had her own royal wedding in St. George’s earlier this year – both wore very spectacular veils during their ceremonies (the tulle veil of Meghan’s silk was 16.4042 meters long, designed by Clare Waight Keller of Givenchy, and featured flower embroidery that represents the 53 Commonwealth countries as well as a special tribute to Prince Harry. Kate’s Alexander McQueen veil was much shorter, reaching just below her waist, but was also a veil of silk tulle and included hand-embroidered flowers.), Princess Eugenie chose to deviate from this bridal tradition, and probably for a very moving reason.
Ahead of the royal wedding, Princess Eugenie revealed that her dress could show her back scars from the scoliosis surgery she had when she was 8. travel with disease.
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The Peter Pilotto dress actually featured a gorgeous low neckline in the back, and like a veil would cover it throughout the ceremony (not to mention the big picture-worthy moments entering and leaving the chapel and her first kiss with her new husband. ), it’s no surprise that she chose to skip the prop. Without it, her scoliosis scar, as well as the pretty details of the dress and the stunning glittering tiara were on full display the entire time.
It may be a step away from the recent tradition of royal weddings, but it’s a really good look. Congratulations Eugenie!
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