Royal Wedding Flowers: How this royal bride sweetly paid touching tribute to her husband
In the UK, royal weddings trigger a wave of public celebrations and are often watched by millions of people. People flock to the streets hoping to get a glimpse of the bride’s outfit for the big day. Weddings for other European royal families are no different. The future wedding of Queen Letizia and King Felipe in 2008 is a national event in Spain.
For her wedding day, Letizia stunned the crowd in a cream colored dress designed by Spanish designer Manuel Pertegaz.
The dress had a 4.5 m long train, long sleeves and a high neckline.
When Letizia married a future king, she decided to make her wedding attire to pay a special tribute to her new family.
Letizia wore the Prussian tiara, a family heirloom that Queen Sofia also wore on her wedding day.
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Forget-me-nots were Princess Diana’s favorite flowers and were picked by Harry himself for his marriage to Meghan in 2018.
The next royal wedding was due to take place in the UK on May 29, 2020.
Princess Beatrice, the eldest daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, was to marry Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in the Chapel Royal in St. James’s Palace.
Unfortunately, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the couple had to postpone their wedding.
Their wedding was to be followed by a private reception at Buckingham Palace hosted by Beatrice’s grandmother, the Queen.
However, the Queen had to cancel the planned celebration earlier this year due to the risk of COVID-19.
It has not yet been announced when Beatrice and Edoardo will hold their wedding in the future.