Yum, does that taste like old English tea?
On this day 34 years ago, Charles, Prince of Wales, married Lady Diana Spencer in London, at St. Paul’s Cathedral. The couple arrived from Buckingham Palace via horse-drawn carriage while the world—including my Californian mother—lost their minds with excitement.
While the British royal family prefers to wear ridiculously elaborate hats to weddings, the rest of northern Europe’s royal women prefer the good-old-fashioned tiara. Princesses and tiaras are a natural fit. Besides, there’s no better way to display wealth, power, and lineage more meaningfully than casually wearing…
On Saturday, June 13th, Prince Carl Philip of Sweden will marry Sofia Hellqvist in a lavish ceremony to be remembered for the ages (because if there’s one thing we know about Swedes, it’s that they like to party and also Ace of Base). What better way to celebrate than by looking at the beautiful dresses all of us…
Postdam, Germany, Aug 27: Georg Friedrich Ferdinand Prince of Prussia and Princess Sophie of Prussia smile during their ride in a historical carriage after the religious wedding ceremony in the Friedenskirche Potsdam. (Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images)
With Wills off the market, certain delusional young ladies are re-ordering their lives yo pursue his brother. Cue crazy-eyes.