Deprecated: Hook custom_css_loaded is deprecated since version jetpack-13.5! Use WordPress Custom CSS instead. Jetpack no longer supports Custom CSS. Read the documentation to learn how to apply custom styles to your site: in /var/www/vhosts/ on line 6078
A Look Back At The Nuptials Of Princess Margaret's Daughter, Lady Sarah Chatto, On Her 29th Wedding Anniversary | KOKO Brides
Friday, June 14, 2024

    A Look Back At The Nuptials Of Princess Margaret’s Daughter, Lady Sarah Chatto, On Her 29th Wedding Anniversary

    There were few relatives closer to the late Queen Elizabeth than her niece, Lady Sarah Chatto.

    In fact, the Queen was said to ‘adore’ Princess Margaret’s daughter, Lady Sarah Chatto.

    For all her importance to the Royal Family, her 1994 marriage to Daniel Chatto was distinctly low-key compared with other royal weddings at the time – and since.

    For her dress, Lady Sarah chose a creation by Jasper Conran, who was much in demand at the time. Described as one of the most timeless of royal designs, it comprised layers of ivory georgette fabric with a square-cut, corseted bodice, and long elegant sleeves.

    Read also: King Calaway’s Simon Dumas Ties The Knot With Isabella Guerry In Gorgeous Gibraltarian Wedding

    Lady Sarah also had dresses made by the same designer for the three bridesmaids –  Zara Phillips (daughter of Princess Anne), her own half-sister, Lady Frances Armstrong-Jones, and her friend, Tara Noble Singh.

    The bridesmaid dresses were strikingly similar to the bride’s own wedding dress, all featuring long sleeves, full skirts and a corset bodice that laced up at the back. The notable differences were the round necklines and the bright pink and pastel-coloured flowers in the bridesmaid’s hair. Lady Sarah carried a white bouquet.

    Although the late Queen Elizabeth II would have lent the royal bride a diadem from her private collection, Lady Sarah chose to wear her own tiara made especially for the wedding by Wartski.

    The Snowdon Floral Tiara is comprised of three floral diamond brooches along with additional floral elements.

    The brooches were a gift from her father, Antony, to her mother, Margaret, in 1960 to mark their wedding.

    The ceremony at St Stephen Walbrook was brief, lasting just 30 minutes.

    In fact, the couple’s driver was caught off-guard, leaving the newlyweds to stand waiting when they left the church.

    Trending video of the day;

    Photo credit: Getty

    Other Articles