Apparently not only the Royal family dazzled at the big event today, but most of the guests expected by the Royal house, so check out the Royal wedding guests fashion outfits and pick your favorites!

With the Royal Wedding continuing behind closed doors, in a private reception, the attention has been diverted towards the guests who arrived to celebrate this important event. Kate Middleton's wedding gown and Prince William's wedding attire have been admired by millions of people across the world and now it's time for the rest of the crowd.

The Royal Wedding requires a certain attire and since not everyone has the opportunity to participate at such a high-class event, the guests have brought out the best from their wardrobe. The Royal Wedding guests arriving at the Westminster Abbey dazzled with their amazing designer dresses, fancy hats and flawless style, so check out some of the celebrities who have managed to stand out of the crowd!

Among the favorite appearances at the Royal bash were Pippa Middleton, Kate Middleton's sister and chief maid of honour, who wore an amazing floor-length white dress. It seems that good taste runs in the family as with such a dress Pippa captured a generous amount of attention and positive critiques.
Pippa's silk white dress glided around her slender figure and showed off her feminine forms in a very elegant manner. The font of the dress revealed a lovely subtle draping cleavage while the back was kept simple, with just a few silk covered buttons following the spine-line. The dress was also designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen, but in a much simpler manner, so it didn't overshadow the bride.

Another great pair who made a stunning impression at the Royal Wedding at Westminster Abbey was David and Victoria Beckham. The British couple opted for a classic timeless style, Victoria selecting a gorgeous baggy navy boat neck tunic dress from her latest fashion collection, AW 2011. To complete her stunning look, pregnant Victoria rocked a gorgeous pair of custom, super-high Christian Louboutin shoes and a lovely Phillip Treacy hat to spice-up her simple sleek ponytail hairstyle.

Princess Beatrice always manages to attract attention and she enchanted the crowd with a lovely Valentino couture, blush colored coat dress. The dress featured a great lattice collar detail that gave a stylish edge to the outfit. A stylish fascinator is indeed a must at exquisite events and this time Princess Beatrice complemented her outfit with a bold Phillip Treacy bow-style headpice.

Princess Victoria of Sweden looked amazing in a lovely, long sleeved, mid-length peach colored dress. The dress signed Ellie Saab complemented her figure, skin tone and accessorized with suede platform shoes from the designer's SS2011 collection.

Another great and edgy appearance was made by Tara Palmer Tomkinson, who strolled into Abbey looking as elegant as ever in a electric blue Kingfisher cocktail dress paired with a gorgeous pair of matching blue peep toe high heel pumps. To complete her look, Tara opted for a matching blue hat and clutch.

On the other hand, Kate Middleton's mother, Carole, opted for a classy light blue Catherine Walker dress, paired with a large brimmed hat by Jane Corbett and a pair of suede neutral/grey heels. The look was flawless and fit for a Royal mom.

Camilla Parker Bowles, Duchess of Cornwall and Prince William's step mom, opted for a dress by the same designer she chose for her wedding outfit in 2005, when she married Prince Charles. Anna Valentine created a gorgeous two tone champagne and blue coat featuring hand embroidered details around the waistline, coat paired with a lovely matching champagne dress. She completed her look with a gorgeous Phillip Treacy hat and a pair of neutral Jimmy Choo heels.

The Queen looked bright and joyful at the ceremony wearing an Angela Kelly signature single crepe wool primrose dress featuring hand sewn beading around the neck area and a matching double crepe wool tailored primrose coat. The same designer created a matching crepe hat adorned with two handmade silk roses and matching apricot colored leaves.

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