- Sep 1, 2018
Its such nice news to wake up toPrincess Beatrice, elder daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah, Duchess of York, got married in a low key ceremony attended by close family members in one of the chapels in Windsor Castle recently (it might have been earlier today 17 July 2020).
I have yet to see any pictures from the wedding. Just curious if she wore a tiara for the occasion or not, that's all.
From what I read in some online British newspapers, yes Her Majesty wore the same outfit. She went straight from Beatrice's wedding to the investiture.Wondering if the Queen wore this same outfit to her wedding...
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Good manners from BeeFrom what I read in some online British newspapers, yes Her Majesty wore the same outfit. She went straight from Beatrice's wedding to the investiture.
I also saw that Princess Beatrice purposely did not release any wedding photos because she did not want to overshadow Sir Tom's big day. Classy move...
I think it was fabulous she borrowed some history to start her own. She looked lovely in it.Its lovelly how Bea wore a vintage dress
it was loaned by the Queen, a Nornan Hartnell creation and adjusticed to fit by the Queen's in house dress maker/ dresser Angela Kelly
And the Queen lent her her tiara that she herself had borrowed from her own grandmother on her wedding day
i would hope that the beautuful bride gets zero flack from anybody over this wedding
She waa indeed all class
Here is HM wearing the dress in 1960 something
And unlike for the then Princess Elizabeth the tiara stayed in one piece for this wedding !
the 21st century bride had already endured so much bad lack in the lead up to her very much scaled down big day
And because i love flowers
Bea's bouquet already lain at the tomb of the unknown warrior
The bouquet was fashioned out of trailing jasmine, pale pink and cream sweet peas, royal porcelain ivory spray roses, pink O'Hara garden roses, pink wax flower, baby pink astilbe and, in keeping with royal tradition, sprigs of myrtle.
The Reverend Canon Anthony Ball laid the bouquet with Toby Wright, the son of the sub-dean of the Chapel Royal, Reverend Paul Wright
Let’s hope that they know for sure that it was 2020 and not, 2020 or 2021 or 2022. Given the difficulties of developing vaccines for certain types of viruses there is unfortunately no guarantee that one can be developed, manufactured and administered to enough people in a short time frame. You are so fortunate in NZ Daisy. We too are fortunate in Australia, but not doing anywhere near as well as NZ.100 years from now someone like us will look back at these photos and know it was 2020
But that's a very stylish Queenly mask
Too trueLet’s hope that they know for sure that it was 2020 and not, 2020 or 2021 or 2022. Given the difficulties of developing vaccines for certain types of viruses there is unfortunately no guarantee that one can be developed, manufactured and administered to enough people in a short time frame. You are so fortunate in NZ Daisy. We too are fortunate in Australia, but not doing anywhere near as well as NZ.
Beatrice isn’t even wearing earrings.When did brides stop wearing necklases ?
Do we ever see the Quee without earings ?Beatrice isn’t even wearing earrings.
I guess sometimes brides want more focus on other things like the tiara and/or dress, or perhaps they decided that a necklace would make the overall look too ‘busy‘. I think the both of them look great without necklaces although I think Beatrice would have looked good with a small pair of earrings, echoing something of the style/shapes in the tiara or dress detail.
I should confess now..... I have a bias towards earrings. They are essential kit in my view (unless you are swimming/doing sport - then best to take them out in case they get lost or cause injury).