On Friday, Princess Beatrice married her fiancé, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, in a tiny wedding in Windsor, and we got photos over the weekend. Town and Country has a lot of details on the ceremony itself.  This entire endeavor looks like it was quite lovely and very romantic, and the details were — like the wedding itself! — a surprise: Bea wore an old Norman Hartnell dress of the Queen’s (that she’d slightly altered, adding sleeves and lengthening it a bit, and pairing it with a less voluminous crinoline), as well as the Queen Mary Diamond fringe tiara that the Queen wore at her own wedding, and Princess Anne at her first one.  Honestly, I think this is a stroke of brilliance on multiple levels: (a) Bea looks fantastic, (b) it’s sentimental to wear a gown of one’s grandmother, even if she’s not the Queen, (c) a vintage option from a family member is both sustainable and financially reasonable, which is always adept but especially in a pandemic when everyone is feeling the pinch.

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