Flora Ogilvy, 26, was seen on a busy shopping street ahead of celebrating her wedding after the marriage blessing ceremony at St James’ Church in London’s Piccadilly. The royal bride wore a wedding dress designed by Phillipa Lepley paired with a pearl detailed tiara.
Flora wowed London shoppers in a stunning white sweetheart neckline gown.
Complimenting the stunning gown, Flora finished the look with a detailed veil which was secured by the tiara and held an elegant white bouquet.
The 26-year-old had already tied the knot with Timothy Vesterberg in a private ceremony last year at the Chapel Royal in St James’s Palace.
However, due to Covid restrictions the royal couple had not been able to celebrate with friends and family.
The royal bride wore a wedding dress designed by Phillipa Lepley
Flora wowed London shoppers in a stunning white sweetheart neckline gown
On September 10, the royal couple were able to invite more guests to the happy event.
Among them were Prince Edward, Sophie Wessex, Lady Amelia Windsor, Lord Freddie Windsor and Sophie Winkleman.
Flora was accompanied by her parents James and Julia Ogilvy as well as her brother Alexander Ogilvy.
The bride is the Queen’s first cousin Princess Alexandra’s granddaughter, warranting a full-blown royal ceremony for the occasion.
Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex attended the event
The ceremony was held at the spot where Princess Beatrice and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi had originally hoped to have their wedding before Covid restrictions forced the couple to alter their plans.
Flora shared news of her actual wedding last year on Instagram.
At the time she wrote: “We are truly overjoyed and look forward to celebrating next year.”
The royal couple got engaged in 2019, with Flora announcing the news on Instagram at the time: “We’re engaged!
“My beloved Timothy asked me to marry him and we’re blissfully happy.”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK