Friday, October 14, 2011

Wedding Dresses of the Real-life Princesses Part 2

Dear insansapinas,
There is only one princess for me and that is Princess Diana. She may have the iconic  wedding dress but  she did not have a " and-they-lived-happliy-after marriage with her prince, Prince Charles  who may be thinking of the woman , Camilla while they were being married. According to the biography of Princess Di, Camilla was the one  chose her to be Prince Charles' wife.

Here is her wedding dress which featured 25 feet train.

It was designed by Elizabeth Emmanuel.


An American actress who became a princess was Grace Kelly who married theprince of Monaco, Prince Rainier.

Even her wedding dress was designed by MGM wardrobe designer, Helen Rose. To free her from a seven year contract, she agreed to have her wedding filmed by MGM but all her movie pictures were banned in Monaco until now.

She married Prince Rainier in 1956. Her wedding gown was made from antique Valenciennes rose point lace, twenty-five yards of silk taffeta and ninety eight yards of tulle.  Her veil was covered with appliquéd lace lovebirds and thousands of seed pearls. 

This was her wedding dress.


Twenty one years after, their daughter, Princess Caroline married Philip Junot. Both cited as infidely as the cause of separation.

Her second marriage to Stephano Casigrahi ended in the death of the husband in a boat accident.
Her wedding dress was designed by Christian Dior, a simple dress and a bow in her hair.
She married the third time with Prince August of Hanover who lost his position in the line of succession to the British throne because Princesa Caroline is a Catholic.

She wore Channel suit for her wedding.

Her brother Prince Albert, heir o the throne of Monaco recently married Charlene who is now a princess.

Her wedding gown was designed by Armani with five meter train, 40,000 Swarovski crystals anf 20,000 mother of pearl tear drops.



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