If you didn't get enough of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle royal wedding mania earlier this year, you're in luck! In honor of Princess Eugenie's upcoming royal wedding, we're looking back at the greatest royal wedding dresses in history. From Queen Victoria's trend-setting white dress to Princess Diana's long train, Queen Letizia of Spain, the lace dress that launched a thousand others on Kate Middleton, and Meghan Markle's not one, but two iconic wedding dresses, these royal women sure know how to rock a dress down the aisle.
We drowned in all things royal wedding earlier this year, and we didn't get enough. The second royal wedding of 2018 is fast approaching and we love nothing more than an excuse to browse royal wedding dresses through the years. Meghan Markle's classic Claire Waight Keller dress is already one for the history books, but did you know it bears a striking resemblance to Princess Margaret's simple silk gown? Did you know that Queen Victoria popularized the white wedding dress? Before her, women just wore their best dress down the aisle. From Princess Diana's absolutely unforgettable big princess moment, to Grace Kelly's all over lace Hollywood creation? (Visions of Kate Middleton anyone?)
While the designer for Princess Eugenie's wedding dress hasn't been confirmed, we can definitely expect her to take some inspiration from the royal brides who came before her.
Can't get enough royal wedding dresses? Scroll through to see 30 iconic royal wedding dresses throughout history.