The Most Iconic Royal Wedding Dresses

The Wedding Dress of Queen Elizabeth II

Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh got married on 20 November 1947 at Westminster Abbey in London. The dress was designed by Norman Hartnell. Beautiful gown was made of soft white satin, with a high neckline, tailored bodice and a short train. The dress with long sleeves provided a “fit and flare silhouette”.



The Wedding Dress of Grace Kelly

One of the most glamorous weddings of all time is the wedding of American actress Grace Kelly and Prince Rainer III of Monaco.  To this day people are talking about Grace Kelly’s elegant and stunning wedding dress as one of the most beautiful wedding dresses in history. The gown was a gift from her film studios MGM and was created by the head costume designer, Helen Rose. The gown had a high collar, elegant lace sleeves and a full skirt.

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The Wedding Dress of  Princess Diana

Charles, Prince of Wales, and Lady Diana Spencer were married on 29 July 1981 in London. Lady D was a symbol of style and elegance and it is no wonder that she wore one of the most famous dresses in the world for her wedding day. The gown was made of ivory silk taffeta and antique lace, with a 7.62 m train. It was designed by David and Elizabeth Emanuel. Her wedding gown was one of the most guarded secrets in fashion history.

Picture dated 29 July 1981 of Diana, Princess of Wales, in her wedding dress. Princess Diana died of a lunge haemorrhage early 31 August 1997 in Paris after surgery following a high-speed car crash in which her companion Egyptian millionaire Dodi el-Fayed was also killed. (Photo credit should read /AFP/Getty Images)


The Wedding Dress of Kate Middleton

Catherine Middleton and Prince William got married on 29 April 2011. This was one of the most anticipated weddings of all time. No one knew who was the designer of princes’s wedding gown until the bride stepped from her car to enter Westminster Abbey just prior to the service. She wore magnificent ivory silk dress, designed by Sarah Jane Burton, creative director of fashion brand Alexander McQueen. The long sleeves made of lace and ivory satin bodice slightly padded at the hips and narrow at the waist perfectly followed bride’s body line.



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