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22.05.18

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Official Wedding Portraits

The House of Givenchy have been kind enough to share the beautiful portraits from the royal wedding of Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry.

They were shot by Alexi Lubomirski, who also captured the couple for their engagement portraits.

In the first image the Duke and the Duchess are captured on the East Terrace at Windsor Castle.

The second and third images are more of a family affair, which include Her Majesty The Queen and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge.

Much has been made about the simplicity of Meghan’s wedding gown, plus comparison have been made to the Givenchy gown Audrey Hepburn wore in the 1964 issue of Vogue, but I’m with those of you who believe this was the right approach.

It was her second wedding, and Meghan wanted a dress with an “elegant aesthetic, impeccable tailoring and relaxed demeanour”. I think at this period in her life it was very much the right choice.

I have a strong belief that if it wasn’t for the grand occasion, she would’ve gone for an even simpler look.

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Serena Williams In Valentino – Royal Wedding Reception

There was another case of deja vu at the royal wedding reception for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (the Prince and Princess of Sussex) on Saturday (May 19).

Following Serena Williams’ Atelier Versace look, the tennis star changed into a Valentino Fall 2018 gown which Amber Heard had worn nine days earlier at Cannes Film Festival.

The difference is: the bodice.

This should delight the majority of you who has a huge grievance with the fit of Amber’s bodice.

While I didn’t mind Amber’s look, there is no denying it’s much improved with the square neck velvet bodice.

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Priyanka Chopra In Christian Dior – Royal Wedding Reception

Priyanka Chopra had an outfit change ahead of the royal wedding reception for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (the Prince and Princess of Sussex) on Saturday (May 19).

The actress went from tailored separates to this dreamy Christian Dior Pre-Fall 2018 nude sparkling gown featuring a sensual off-the-shoulder design.

If you are having a mild case of deja vu, that would be because Araya A. Hargate wore the same dress ten days ago at Cannes Film Festival, Angelababy wore the same dress last month and Vanessa Kirby wore a similar version five days ago to the BAFTA Television Awards.

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19.05.18

Patrick J. Adams In Canali & Troian Bellisario In Temperley London – Prince Harry & Meghan Markle’s Royal Wedding

I almost forgot that that Patrick J. Adams – Meghan Markle’s TV husband – was in attendance at the royal wedding today (May 19) with is actual wife, actress Troian Bellisario.

Patrick J. Adams: The actor wore a Canali charcoal grey Super 160s wool morning tail suit with birds-eye pattern and silk tie with a Anto bespoke dress shirt. For a guy who stars in ‘Suits’, I would’ve expected this suit, to have a fit better. It feels about two sizes too big for him. Perhaps by coincidence, Patrick’s tie was the same colour a co-star Gabriel Macht.

Troian Bellisario: Nude was the preferred colour palette for Troian, who matched her Temperley London Fall 2018 dress with her Sophia Webster sandals, fascinator and Tyler Ellis ‘Aimee’ shoulder bag.

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19.05.18

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex In Stella McCartney – Royal Wedding Reception

After walking down the aisle in a supremely elegant Givenchy gown, designed by Clare Waight Keller, Meghan Markle – Her Royal Highness, The Duchess of Sussex – stepped out in Windsor, England on Saturday (May 19) for the royal wedding reception.

As she and Prince Harry left Windsor Castle for Frogmore House, she wore a Stella McCartney bespoke dress.

It carried the same minimalist elegance of her previous look, which feels very true to who she is and her personal style. Plus, it continued to champion female fashion designers.

She added a subtle hint of colour to the halterneck style via Aquazzura satin shoes with baby blue soles and an aquamarine ring that belonged to the late Princess Diana.

Are you as enchanted with this look?

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19.05.18

Prince Harry & Meghan Markle’s Royal Wedding Guests Roundup

Elegant guests stepped out in their finest. They joined Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge at the royal wedding of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle held at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle today (May 19) in Windsor, England.

Doria Ragland: Looking elegant, she was outfitted in a pistachio green Oscar de la Renta dress with a matching hat and Aquazzura heels. It was timeless and sophisticated and swiftly counteracted the stereotype that mother of the bride looks are matronly. Good style runs in the family.

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall: Another in subdued tones, she went with the palest cotton candy pink look. The accessories enlivened the hushed colour, particularly the Philip Treacy hat and multi-strand necklace. The animal print bag was a surprise.

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19.05.18

Princess Beatrice In Roksanda & Princess Eugenie In Gainsbourg – Prince Harry & Meghan Markle’s Royal Wedding

Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie joined other members of the royal family including Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge at the royal wedding of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle at Windsor Castle today (May 19) in Windsor, England.

Princes Beatrice: Opting for a bohemian sentiment, she wore a bespoke Roksanda Viola dress, Stephen Jones hat and Gianvito Rossi shoes and Roksanda ‘Besa’ bag. The rich petrol blue with clusters of embellishment created a striking finish with her ginger hair. I’m sure many will wonder whether this subdued headpiece is after the statement one she wore to Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding.

Princess Eugenie: The engaged royal was clad in a bespoke dress by Gainsbourg, hat by Fiona Graham, M2Malletier bag and Valentino shoes. It brought to mind outfits worn by Jacqueline Lee Kennedy Onassis. But, it is not in the realm of the former first lady’s wardrobe and I question whether it was entirely suitable.

Do you like the looks?

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