Looking Back At Gabriella Windsor's Royal Wedding Dress


This weekend makes it exactly one week after Meghan Markle and Prince Harry tied the knot, hurray! Lady Gabriella Windsor married financier Thomas Kingston in the same exact spot: St. George’s Chapel, where Princess Eugenie also wed in October.

We're just looking at her wedding gown and it is fab. The look was a traditional dress yet light and comfortable to wear, to enhance her elegance and ethereal figure. The custom tulle and lace gown were designed by Italian designer Luisa Beccaria. Gabriella in a press release wrote of how she was “in love with” for a “long time.” She described the final result as her “dream dress.”

The Valencienne √©cru lace dress had a snug silhouette at the front and an exaggerated back, with a train six meters long and held together by small hand-embroidered flowers. Beccaria also featured various layers of organza and tulle underneath to create volume and a subtle shade of blush, a detail Lady Gabriella “dreamed of having.” Beccaria also designed the six blush-colored dresses of Lady Gabriella’s bridesmaids.

Finally, she wore a Russian Fringe-style diamond tiara, worn by the grandmother of the bride, the Princess of Greece on her wedding day to Prince George, Duke of Kent, fourth son of King George V of England..