Windsor Castle has been a busy place for weddings recently. First, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's celebrated their big day on May 18, 2018—almost an exact year ago—and then months later, Princess Eugenie married Jack Brooksbank during a gorgeous ceremony. On Saturday, Lady Gabriella Windsor became the third royal bride to say "I do" in the last 12 months, and she followed the footsteps of Markle and Princess Eugenie with an elegant event held at St George's Chapel.
If you need a quick royal family tree refresher, Lady Gabriella Windsor is the daughter of Prince Michael of Kent, one of Queen Elizabeth‘s first cousins. (That makes her Prince Harry and Prince William's second cousin). She tied the knot to her longtime partner Thomas Kingston, who proposed to her last August when they were vacationing on the Isle of Sark.
Windsor arrived at St George's Chapel early on Saturday in a dazzling gown by Italian designer Luisa Beccaria. Shots of the couple standing on the chapel's iconic steps capture the delicate lace detailing of the dress, which was marked by a mesmerizing, flowing train.
"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. "She and her team are exceptional and I'm thrilled with the stunning result of the artistry."
To top the stunning look off, Hello reports that Windsor paired her sleek semi-updo with an intricate tiara that her grandmother wore on her wedding day. The tiara was a sweet ode to her family members and featured rows of diamonds set in gold and silver, lined up in a classic Russian fringe style. The publication also shared that Beccaria designed three other gowns for Windsor, which she'll wear during an evening celebration, an after party, and a brunch the next day. We've only seen the ceremony dress so far, but if it's any indication, the rest of the bride's looks are going to be absolutely stunning as well.