14 Most Iconic Royal Wedding Dresses Of All Time
The royal weddings are some of the most iconic of all time, with thousands attending and millions tuning in from their television screens. Although the entire event is quite exciting, the most anticipated moment is arguably when the bride steps out for her fairytale debut in an enchanting white gown. From Kate Middleton to Grace Kelly, follow along for 14 of the most iconic royal wedding dresses of all time:
14. Camilla Parker Bowles & Prince Charles — 2005
Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles had a tumultuous past after rumors of infidelity swirled while Charles was married to Lady Diana. The two did, however, receive their happily ever after and eventually married in 2005. Rather than a traditional wedding dress, Camilla instead wore an embellished golden damask dress designed by Robinson Valentine which was reportedly inspired by a piece of her mother’s jewelry.
13. Princess Margaret & Antony Armstrong Jones — 1960
The wedding of Prince Andrew and Princess Margaret was the first ever televised ceremony with over 300 million viewers tuning in, which definitely marks Margaret’s dress as one of the most iconic. The dress was made of a white silk organza without a stitch insight and featured a tulle veil. She wore quite a dramatic tiara, which was the Poltimore tiara and was made in 1970 for Lady Poltimore. The look was quite typical for ’60s fashion with clean lines, a sleek shape and a timeless feel.