We're betting quite a few millennials who are about to get married are lusting after the gorgeous wedding gown that Lady Charlotte Wellesley wore on Saturday when she wed American-Colombian billionaire Alejandro Santo Domingo in Illora, Spain.
The 25-year-old bride is the daughter of the Duke of Wellington and Princess Antonia of Prussia, who is a relative of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip. Royal guests included Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, former King of Spain Juan Carlos I, and Andrea Casiraghi (Princess Caroline of Monaco's son) with his wife Tatiana Santo Domingo (the groom's niece).
Wellesley wore a stunning cream, off-the-shoulder gown and lace veil custom made by Emilia Wickstead, a designer known for dressing some of the most high-profile women in London society. A CultureMap reader noticed that Wickstead was at the wedding to help smooth out any wrinkles in the train before the bride entered the chapel, much like Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen, who designed Kate Middleton's wedding gown, was around to help the soon-to-be Duchess of Cambridge when she married Prince William in 2011.
Must be a royal thing.
Wickstead's designs are carried in Houston at Laboratoria.
We're wondering how long it will take for knock-offs to emerge?