The pandemic has caused bridal ties to go unnoticed, the wedding of Queen Elizabeth’s niece is a clear example. The world learned of Flora Ogilvy marriage days later.
The young woman surprised many by using her own Instagram account to report that she had married her fiancé Timothy Vesterberg.
Wedding of Queen Elizabeth niece was in secret
Flora Ogilvy and Timothy Vesterberg wedding took place in the Royal Chapel of St. James’s Palace, the same place where Queen Victoria was married. Flora Ogilvy, the bride, is the granddaughter of Princess Alexandra, Queen Elizabeth II’s cousin who held sixth place in the line of succession to the throne when she was born.
The couple got married last Saturday but until now they made the announcement official. Like Princess Beatriz’s liaison, the ceremony had a reduced number of guests as a biosecurity measure for covid-19.
“Timothy and I were married privately in the Chapel Royal, St James’s Palace on Saturday 26 September. We are really delighted and hope to celebrate next year. ” Posted the brand new girlfriend.
For her wedding dress she used an Emilia Wickstead design that showed a beautiful square neck silhouette. The New Zealand designer is highly sought after in the royal family. Her clothes have been worn by both Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton.
As jewels, she wore diamond earrings, and a half collected low hairstyle. The groom, Timothy Vesterberg, wore a navy blue suit.