While tomorrow marks Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's one-year anniversary, today, all eyes are on another royal wedding. This afternoon, Prince Michael's daughter Lady Gabriella Windsor is marrying her fiancé Thomas Kingston in St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.
Ella, as Lady Gabriella is known to close friends and family, is not a working royal, but she's sometimes seen at large events like the annual Trooping the Colour parade, and today, several senior members of the family, including the Queen, Prince Harry, and Princess Anne are in attendance at her nuptials.
The first photos of Ella arriving at the church have just surfaced, and the bride is wearing a stunning white lace gown, which she paired with a statement veil and a pale yellow bouquet.
Here's everything we know about the dress so far.
Who designed the dress?
This morning, it revealed that Italian designer Luisa Beccaria, crafted Ella's wedding gown.
Unlike in the lead up to Meghan and Harry's wedding, where rumors swirled regarding both who would be designing the bride's dress and what it might look like, Gabriella's gown is a complete surprise.
Will she have a second reception dress?
Thomas and Ella won't have a carriage ride like Meghan or Eugenie did, but the happy couple and their guests will reportedly continue today's celebration at a reception at Frogmore House.
At this point, it's unclear if Ella will change into a second wedding gown for the party, but we'll be sure to update if photos of a reception dress emerge.
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