This wedding was simply sumptuous. Lady Gabriella Windsor and Thomas Kingston make a lovely couple, and their mutual love and pride in one another was evident as they descended the steps of St. George’s.
Even though the ceremony was not televised live, the arrival and departure of the bride and her groom was a beautiful display.
First up, her arrival. Lady Gabriella Marina Alexandra Ophelia, or Ella, emerged from the car with her father, Prince Michael of Kent. He looked emotional while watching his daughter as they stood together for photos. It was a moving moment within the grandeur of it all.
Ella’s gown, tiara, and veil were perfection. She cut a willowy, sparkling gold form, gliding up the steps on the arm of her father. Her hair looked to be styled in a demi-chignon, with a small braid wrapped across the base of the tiara, an heirloom piece called the Kent Fringe Tiara, worn by her mother and grandmother.
The tiara is more formally called The Kent City of London Fringe Tiara, so named because it was a gift from the City of London to the newest British royal bride, Princess Marina of Greece. She married King George V’s younger son, George, the Duke of Kent.
Ella’s gown was designed by Luisa Beccaria. Ella has been a fan of her dresses for some time.
They are a handsome pair, and I wish them all the best! For more details, visit Royal.uk