Britain's Prince Harry, queen attend Windsor Castle royal wedding

Lawrence Kim
May 20, 2019

Queen Elizabeth was spotted in a hot pink outfit alongside her husband Prince Philip. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Wednesday here a year ago and Anne's niece Princess Eugenie married Jack Brooksbank in the chapel last October.

The Duke of Sussex attended without his wife Meghan or baby Archie, who was born earlier this month.

Speaking about parenthood, new mum Meghan - who looked radiant in a white blazer dress - said: "It's magical, pretty unbelievable".

As was the case at Harry and Meghan's wedding, as well as Princess Eugenie's marriage to Jack Brooksbank in October, the Queen chose a colorful ensemble; a look that has over the years become something of a signature for Her Majesty.

Lady Gabriella married Thomas Kingston at a noon ceremony on Saturday at the Windsor Castle chapel.

The sovereign's grandson Prince Harry, who married Meghan in the chapel on May 19 a year ago, also attended.

The ceremony is due to start and midday and will be conducted by the Dean of Windsor, the Right Reverend David Conner.

Windsor arrived at the chapel in a claret-coloured vintage vehicle, accompanied by her father.

The Queen did not attend the wedding of Lord Freddie Windsor, the brother of Lady Gabriella (or "Ella" as she is known to pals), but that wedding did not take place at one of her royal residences. On Sunday, the newlyweds sat down to a post-wedding brunch with their close family and friends.

"I've been in love with her dresses for a long time and I'm so lucky to have my dream dress designed by her", Windsor said of Beccaria, according to Brides.

The couple, who had been dating for a number of years, announced their engagement in September last year after the groom proposed while they were on the island of Sark last summer.

The beaming bride wore a Russian Fringe-style tiara also worn by her grandmother, Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent, and her mother, Princess Michael of Kent, for their wedding days.

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