Supermodel and actress Cara Delevingne turned quite a few heads when she turned up at Princess Eugenie's star-studded royal wedding on October 12th. Where most other female guests opted for dresses, the model went for a more masculine approach to her look. Cara wore a tailored suit designed by Emporio Armani, complete with a jacket, tie and top hat as she made her way along the crowd of spectators outside the church. As fashionable and edgy as the model looked, it is worth noting that she actually broke the dress code that said morning coats for men, and day dress for women.
Princess Eugenie married her long-time boyfriend, Jack Brooksbank at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle, the same venue her cousin, Prince Harry, married his Meghan earlier this year. Cara Delevingne and Princess Eugenie are good friends since some years back, so there was no surprise seeing her attending this royal wedding.
As reported by Vogue, Cara Delevingne's sister Poppy Delevinge was also among the guests. She went for a more feminine look and wore a light blue cut-out dress with a matching coat, and one of the most spectacular hats.
Cara and her sister was in no way not the only celebrity in attendance. Other noteworthy guests were, among others, Robbie Williams, Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, James Blunt, Demi Moore, Ricky Martin, Ellie Goulding and Liv Tyler. When it comes to international royalties in attendance, it was only the Greek Crown Prince Pavlos and his wife Marie Chantal who were there. Most of the British royal family was in attendance, and Prince William and Kate's two oldest children Prince George and Princess Charlotte were among the little age boys and bridesmaids. One of the other little bridesmaids was Robbie Williams' daughter, as he is a long-time friend of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank.
A royal wedding is such a big celebration for everyone, and Princess Beatrice followed her cousin Prince Harry's initiative and invited 1,200 people from the public to come and take part of the festivities from the grounds of Windsor Castle. It is a great way to make the festive occasion more accessible because after all, everyone wanted to celebrate the happy couple on their big day.
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