Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon were one of Britain's most glamorous couples, but their relationship ultimately came to a less than satisfying end. The two first met in 1958 at a dinner party, and Snowdon, the renowned photographer and
Wimbledon 2019 starts on July 1 and in celebration of the royal family‘s favourite sport, we’re taking a look back at the Windsor clan’s most memorable moments.Queen Elizabeth II is undoubtedly the longest reigning fan of the British tournament, as she presented the winning trophy to American tennis player, Althea Gibson, back in 1957.Meanwhile, Princess Diana‘s Wimbledon moments have continued to inspire our summer wardrobe with many of her looks bookmarked in sartorial history – we’re talking polka dot puff sleeves and skirt suits Meghan Markle would be proud of.In recent years, the younger members of the family have taken on the game with self-confessed fan of the sport, the Duchess of Cambridge, regularly sitting FROW.Kate became patron of Wimbledon in 2017 and shared a girls’ day out with Meghan last year.From Princess Margaret‘s iconic 1965 appearance to Kate and William’s attempt at the Mexican wave, look no further for a brief history of the royals at Wimbledon.
The Queen's younger sister was renowned for her glamorous lifestyle.
Princess Margaret, Queen Elizabeth II’s younger sister, was arguably one of the most stylish royals of all time.The brunette, who died after a series of strokes in 2002, was known globally for her sartorial prowess (and love of sunglasses) and clearly enjoyed experimenting with cuts, fabrics and fashions. Fabulous, fifties frocks in the 50s, complete with cinched-in waists and full skirts, filled Margaret’s wardrobe as her sister took to the throne. She wasn’t afraid to try the power shoulders trend that dominated the 80s and a strapless dress was never too daring for her.Today, on what would’ve been Margaret’s 89th birthday, we look back at the royal’s style.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:12 times the Duchess of Cambridge has channelled Princess Diana The ultimate Duchess of Cambridge style file Princess Diana’s fashion evolution in pictures
When news broke last month that dresses worn by Princess Diana, the Queen and Princess Margaret were set to be displayed in an iconic exhibition at Kensington Palace, we were ever-so-slightly [read: ridiculously thrilled] excited by the prospect of drooling all over the exquisite frocks donned by some of Britain’s most fashion-forward royals. After all, Princess Diana was known for her enviable wardrobe, the Queen has always dressed impeccably for every occasion and Princess Margaret was quite possibly the most style-savvy royal of all time. And after perusing the items on display, we weren’t disappointed. Not one bit. The “Fashion Rules: Restyled” exhibition, which opens tomorrow, is busting with some of the trio’s most lust-worthy pieces - Margaret’s Dior scarves, Diana’s one-shouldered dresses and the Queen’s show-stopping gowns. Here’s a taste of what’s on display…