Finally Britan's got a new Princess as Kate Middleton has tied the knot with Prince William. Find out what the Royals wore for the big day and who designed Kate Middleton's wedding gown for the biggest day of her life!
The much awaited Royal wedding has begun and everyone is
excited. This is definitely one of the most watched events of the
decade as la crème de la crème of the British high class society
but not only, are attending the event.
Prince William and Kate Middleton have chosen a fabulous day for their wedding and with all the things set, the Royal Wedding has begun. People are cheering, music is enchanting the crowd and Prince and Princess looked dazzling. Just like out of a fairytale, the hottest couple of the moment who has just been awarded the title of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, after tying the knot, strolled in a open top carriage and waved to the people who have come to join them in one of the happiest moments of their lives.
Kate Middleton looked amazing on this important day as she wore
a gorgeous designer dress signed by Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen. The well
known fashion brand is known for the craftsmanship and high-end
detailing which state uniqueness, so no wonder that Kate Middleton,
now Duchess of Cambridge, has leaned towards the esteemed fashion
house to have her dress designed.
Apparently the white train wedding dress was designed to honour British craftsmanship traditions and features a relatively simplistic but uberly-romantic style. The dress is gorgeously embellished and features a lace upper coverage to create an elegant classic-yet modern look.
Kate looked dazzling and matched her dress with a gorgeous wedding veil that featured a gorgeous lace lining. The veil was set with a gorgeous tiara that made her look like a true Princess.
Prince William wore the uniform of Colonel of the Irish Guards,
in Guard of Honour Order with a Forage Cap on his wedding day. In
addition, he also wore a gold and crimson sash with the wings of
the Royal Air Force, the Garter Star and a Gold Jubilee Medal, gold
sword slings, without a sword, however. The buttons on his tunic,
positioned in groups of four, symbolize the Irish Guard's position
in the Order of Battle as the Fourth Regimen of Foot Guards.
As it was expected, Prince William opted for a military uniform, as he showed his interest for the army in the past, being commissioned in the Armed Services and Royal Air Force. The amazing uniform was created by Kashket and Partners.
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