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Postato il: 01/06/18
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It’s official, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are married!
The happy couple celebrated their wedding with 600 guests in St. George’s Chapel in Windsor. The ceremony featured powerful readings, beautiful music and gorgeous fashion. The couple are officially the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and they completed their wedding day with a carriage ride and a two receptions. Here are some of the most important details from the day day.
Meghan Markle went understated for her wedding dress. She wore a simple Givenchy silk bridal gown with a classic boat neckline and long sleeves. This gorgeous gown was accented with a cathedral length veil with a lace hem and a romantic blusher.
The Duchess of Sussex also wore the Queen Mary Tiara, which was owned by Queen Mary and loaned to Meghan for the ceremony by Queen Elizabeth II.
THE MAKEUP AND THE HAIR
Meghan also completed this look with natural makeup and a loose, low bun, which was much more relaxed than we were expecting.
THE RECEPTION DRESS
Going for a slightly more fashion forward look, Meghan went with a fit and flare Stella McCartney gown for her reception dress. She finished it with Princess Diana’s large aquamarine ring she wore to her reception.
Of course, there was the traditional boys choir singing hymns during the strategic moments of the ceremony, but there were also a fantastic gospel choir singing a emotional rendition of Ben E. King’s “Stand By Me”.
There was also an amazing 19 year old cellist named Sheku Kanneh-Mason, who performed while the Duke and Duchess of Sussex exited the chapel to sign their marriage license.
THE GUEST FASHIONS
Guests at the royal wedding included high profile sports stars, movie stars, and yes, actual royalty. Some of our favorite looks were worn by David Beckham in a three piece suit, and George Clooney in a more casual grey ensemble and pin striped tie. Serena Williams and Oprah opted for a classic dusty rose shade topped off with gorgeous hats.
Stay tuned for the next Royal event!