For the second time this year Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, arrived at St George’s Chapel in Windsor for a wedding. This time, neither used the front entrance.
For Princess Eugenie’s nuptials to Jack Brooksbank, Kate Moss, Demi Moore and Naomi Campbell all made the long walk in front of the snapping cameras and gleeful onlookers to the chapel, but Meghan and Kate opted for the most celeb-y style entrance of all…sneaking in through the back entrance. Away from the prying eyes of the paps they were able to make a quick, slick entry.
Kate wore a cerise Alexander McQueen gown with strong shoulders and a flared A-line skirt with a Philip Treacy hat with a delicate face-net. The choice of designer is a neat nod to Catherine's own nuptials in which she wore a gown created by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen. And of course it is impossble to forget that Treacy is best known for crafting the hats that Eugenie and her sister Beatrice wore to the Duchess of Cambridge's own wedding. Was this a homage? Perhaps.
Meanwhile, Meghan opted for a Givenchy ensemble and a Noel Stewart hat. Since Clare Waight Keller, the artistic director of Givenchy, designed Meghan’s own bridal gown earlier this summer the label has become a trusted source for the new royal. In keeping with Meghan’s previous experience at St. George’s Chapel, she wore her hair in a relaxed fashion with wisps falling around her face.
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