This weekend Lady Gabriella Windsor married private equity director Thomas Kingston at Windsor Chapel's palace.
The third royal wedding in a year at the grand location, Windsor and Kingston's union was held almost a year to the day of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's own wedding (Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's wedding was also held there).
Lady Gabriella Windsor, known as Ella to her friends, looked divine in a a blush pink, lace gown by Italian designer Luisa Beccaria.
'When we learned that she would be getting married at Windsor Castle, Ella wanted the dress to have something a bit more regal about it,' Beccaria told Harper's Bazaar UK of the evolution of the design. 'And then, when it was decided that she was going to wear this tiara that had belonged to her grandmother, Princess Marina of Greece, we started looking at pictures of her wearing it and decided to make the dress a bit more dramatic. We left it fluid at the front and kept it the same on the body, but then added the big skirt detail at the back.'
We earn a commission for products purchased through some links in this article.
The bride's dress wasn't the only one that caught our attention though. Alongside impeccable wedding-guest ensembles from Pippa Middleton and Queen Elizabeth II (of course), was Amelia Windsor's dream wedding guest dress.
Featuring a sweetheart neckline, voluminous sleeves and an adorable floral print, the linen dress ticks all the trend boxes. The best bit? It's available to buy now.
Gül Hürgel, floral linen dress, £890
Windsor paired the joyful dress with a sculptural fascinator and wedge espadrilles.
Daughter of Dr. Sylvana Tomaselli and the Earl of St Andrews George Windsor, (who is the eldest son of Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, who is first cousin to Queen Elizabeth II) Amelia is undoubtedly the coolest royal to know.
Keeping her eye on largely unknown brands like La Llama and Gül Hürgel, Windsor keeps her style unexpected, and for that we love her.
('You Might Also Like',)