Iconic British Fashion & Jewelry Houses You Might See At The Royal Wedding


Few women have captivated the fashion world like Princess Diana ‘ for their tiaras in the royal collection of the crown jewels displayed in the Tower of London.

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Few women have captivated the fashion world like Princess Diana. Now the Duchess of Windsor turns heads with every ensemble, and duchess-to-be Meghan Markle will be the newest member of the British royal family to have her sartorial choices broadcast around the world. The Windsors have held the style spotlight like no other royal family, bringing success to the brands they wear’high and low’and sparking international trends. At Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s nuptials on May 19, the fashion crowd is buzzing about who will design the bride’s gown. While that’s still top secret, there’s a good chance one of these three iconic British houses will have a presence, since they’ve long been embraced by the royal family.

  • Publisher: Forbes
  • Date: 2018-05-17
  • Author: Celia Shatzman
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Bring a little royal wedding sparkle home

If you weren’t one of the 800 people invited to the May 19 wedding of Prince Harry and actress Meghan Markle, no need to fret. The airwaves will be saturated with coverage, so lay out the Champagne, tea and scones on pieces that represent the best of British design. Long after the confetti has been swept up outside Windsor Castle, these furnishings and accessories, all made in or inspired by Britain, can serve as your own commemorative collection.

If you really want to lay out the finery ‘ the latest from venerable porcelain brand Wedgwood is its Paeonia Blush collection incorporating tiered cake stands and delicate teacups.

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  • Publisher: latimes.com
  • Author: Kavita Daswani
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20 Facts About Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip’s Wedding

When you hear the term “royal wedding,” Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Prince William and Kate Middleton, and Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer might be the first couples who spring to mind. But what about Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip’s big day?

While the couple recently celebrated their 71st wedding anniversary, their romance was far from a fairytale. Elizabeth’s family wasn’t thrilled with the pairing, and Philip’s German heritage meant that he couldn’t invite his sisters to attend. There was drama, and romance, and gifts galore’not to mention one ill-timed broken tiara. Read on for all the royally fascinating details about Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip’s wedding.

  • Date: 2018-05-17T12:00:00-04:00
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