Saturday, 30 July 2011

William and Kate attend second Royal wedding of the year


The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have arrived at Canongate Kirk, Edinburgh for the wedding of The Queen's granddaughter Zara Philips and England rugby player Mike Tindall. The second British royal wedding of the year is a much more low key event than William and Kate's. It will not be televised and press is being kept to a minimum. These measures did not deter all fans with thirty people camping out overnight to get a glimpse of the bride. The reception will be held at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the monarch's official Scottish home. Philips is 13th in line to the throne but does not use a title as her parents wished for her to have as normal a life as possible. Zara looked stunning in her gown and long veil.
Duchess Kate was reportedly eager not to steal the limelight from Zara, recycling her Diane Von Furstenburg last night. (She still outshone everyone else) Today she opted to recycle again, wearing the cream jacquard coat she wore to Laura Parker Bowles wedding in 2006 and a cream lace dress she wore to a book launch with Pippa, teamed with a stunning cream floral hat and her LK Bennett sledge 2 pumps. I think this outfit looks wonderful on Kate. She recycles her outfits but always adds something new to keep it fresh. Again choosing a neutral colour, Kate knows what suits her and in my opinion looks classic and elegant. For more photos of Zara Philips and guests at the wedding please check out the Royal Family page


Kate first wore the coat in 2006

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