When Meghan Markle walked down the aisle of St George’s Chapel in May, one of the highlights of her bridal look was her five-meter-long veil. Designed by Clare Waight Keller and held in place by Queen Mary’s gorgeous diamond bandeau tiara, the flowy fabric featured elaborate embroidery all along the edges, stitches that held special meaning.
“Mrs Markle expressed a wish to have the 53 Commonwealth countries with her on her journey through the ceremony”, Kensington Palace tweeted on the veil. “Mrs. Waight Keller designed a veil depicting the distinctive flora of each Commonwealth country united in a spectacular flower arrangement.” The design also included a California poppy, a gentle nod to the bride’s birthplace, and Wintersweet, a flower that grows outside Nottingham Cottage, where Harry and Meghan live at Kensington Palace.
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Superb and sentimental, it’s a difficult act to follow. But today, Princess Eugenie made her own statement by choosing to forgo the veil altogether.
It ended up being a good choice, given the current wind, but the plan was probably already in place, as Eugenie’s dress was designed to show off her scar from an operation she had when she was. child.
His choice is definitely a break with tradition. All British royal brides in recent history (except Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, in her second marriage to Prince Charles and Princess Anne in her second marriage to Sir Tim Laurence) have worn a veil over his wedding. daytime.
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