Royal Wedding Madness

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  • Queen Philipa of England – first documented white wedding dress. Queen of Norway, Sweden, and Denmark from 1406-1430. Wore a tunic with a cloak in white silk, bordered with grey squirrel and ermine.
  • Left:Right: Queen Victoria in her wedding dress by Winterhalter, 1842
  • Later photos of Queen Victoria and Albert posingin their wedding day attire.
  • Left: Queen Victoria’s wedding dress, without the handmade lace skirt. Right: Princess Charlotte’s 1816 wedding dress featuring more common (for nobility) white and silver/metallic wedding dresses. Charlotte would have been queen had she not died in childbirth.
  • Left: Princess Alexandra and Prince Edward (later King Edward VII) on their wedding day in 1863. Held title “Princess of Wales” longest from 1863-1901 & popular dressRight: Alexandra of Denmark’s wedding dress in a museum today, with the lace removed.
  • Left: Victoria’s wedding shoes Right: Victoria’s wedding cake.
  • Left: Prince Albert “Bertie” and Lady Bowes Lyon on their wedding dayRight: the wedding dress today
  • Left: The Duke and Duchess of Windsor on their wedding dayMiddle: Her engagment ringRight: Her wedding dress today, the color has faded out.
  • Left: Prince Charles and Camilla after civil ceremonyRight: Prince Charles and Camilla after service of blessing
  • Camilla’s ring and flowers
  • Left: Princesses Eugiene and Beatrice
  • QUEEN MARGRETHE II OF DENMARK
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