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22/05/2018

Ten million wedding marry million pearls!

 

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Prince Harry will greet the three-year-old American actress Megan Marko at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on Saturday (September 19th), Harry's brother Prince William and his best friend will be the best man, and the flower boy is Harry's nephews and nieces: The Little Prince George and the Little Princess Charlotte. Royal weddings have always attracted attention from around the world, and wedding dresses have also led the fashion of the bride. Xiaobian has selected five classic royal wedding dresses and has seen queens or wang yao wedding dresses from different eras.
Diana, a preschool teacher, and Prince Charles, the British Crown Prince, held a mega-century wedding in 1981, which caused a sensation in the world. She wore a sleeveless, ruffled collar dress designed by the British designer Emmanuel and hers, with 10,000 pearls on it. Romance is very much in line with Diana’s fairytale experience of flying on the branches and turning to Phoenix.
Prince Kate married Prince William in Westminster, London in 2011 and became the first British civilian prince in 350 years. She wore a lace embroidered wedding dress designed by Alexander McQueen's creative director Sarah Burton. The V-shaped collar is unique. Hand-stitched long sleeves woven roses, narcissus, silk flowers and other graphics, skirt length of 2.7 meters, elegant Victorian fusion Modern taste, pass wedding dress production cost up to 250,000 pounds.
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip of Greece held a wedding at Westminster in 1947. At the time, the 21-year-old was not enthroned. The long-sleeved wedding dress was designed by British designer Norman Hartnell. 3 months handmade, 4 meters long skirt pricked with stars and roses, wheat and other patterns, and inlaid with 10,000 pearls and rhinestones.

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