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 écru 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..