The Royal Wedding’s Guest List Was A-List Celebrity Heaven
The Royal Wedding was the most iconic event of 2018 so far, and with Meghan Markle being an A-list actress herself, after playing Rachel Zane in Suits, it was no surprise that the guest list for her and Prince Harry’s wedding, was going to be nothing but star-studded. Rather than inviting traditional guests, such as politicians and other members of the Royal Family, the guest list was filled with the most iconic celebrities.
Among the guests arriving at Windsor Castle for the Royal Wedding, was Oprah Winfrey, Idris Elba, Serena Williams, David and Victoria Beckham, Amal and George Clooney, Tom Hardy and iconic Bollywood star, Priyanka Chopra – which shows how even the guest list reflects how modern and diverse the wedding was.
Of course, with a guest list like this, you would assume high expectations in the fashion department, with outfit choices to be exquisite – which they absolutely were.
It appears that a few celebrities got the baby pink memo, as Winfrey wore a millennial pink dress by Stella McCartney and a hat with what looked like a pink bird on top of it, Serena Williams wore a salmon-pink dress by Versace, and James Corden’s wife, Julia Corden, wore baby pink as well.
Light, subtle colours appeared to be theme running throughout the guests at the wedding, as Amal Clooney wore a beautiful mustard yellow dress, also by Stella McCartney, which was fit for the spring weather and Priyanka Chopra wore a stunning lilac dress and matching coloured hat by Vivienne Westwood.
Contrary to her outfit choice for the last Royal Wedding in 2011, Princess Eugenie stripped back from the outrageous hat, and wore a simple baby blue dress, which is totally giving us Britney Spear’s Toxic vibes.
Although the most beautifully dressed of them all, was Meghan Markle, whose wedding dress was simple, traditional and elegant, and was designed by Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy.
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