This weekend, there was yet another royal wedding at St. George's Chapel in Windsor-and now, royal watchers have gotten a peek inside the reception.
Lady Gabriella Windsor, the daughter of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent (that makes her Queen Elizabeth's first cousin once removed, if you're trying to keep track) married financier Thomas Kingston on Saturday. Plenty of professional photographers shot the couple-as well as the event's illustrious attendees-as they entered and exited the chapel, but it was a wedding guest who caught the sweetest image of the newlyweds.
Another one of the Queen's cousins, Flora Alexandra Ogilvy, the granddaughter of Princess Alexandra, the Honorable Lady Ogilvy, posted a photo of the couple cutting their many-tiered wedding cake on Instagram. "My wildly beautiful cousin Ella married her beloved Tom today and it was a heavenly wedding," she wrote in the caption. Flora also took a moment to shout out the designer behind Gabriella Windsor's dress, writing, "Dress by fairytale @luisabeccaria_luworld."
Luisa Beccaria spoke to Town & Country about working with the royal bride. "Ella is an incredible example of a woman who is both elegant and ethereal, but also possesses a strong character and personality," she said. "Like I said, [my daughter] Lucilla and I were the only ones involved in her choices. She's a real contemporary princess."
Based on Lady Gabriella's smile in Flora's photo, the royal was more than pleased with the final design-and her new husband Tom looks pretty happy, too. Of course, it didn't hurt to finish off the look with the stunning Kent City of London Fringe tiara.
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