Wednesday, 27 January 2021

Enjoy an Evening Lecture on...Royal Wedding Dresses


Whilst browsing the Royal Collection Trust's website for another post, I stumbled upon a digital lecture, to be held via Zoom, on royal wedding dresses! On Wednesday, 10 February at 7 pm, participants will enjoy a conversation with Caroline de Guitaut, Deputy Surveyor of the Queen's Works of Art, and Justine Picardie, fashion expert and former editor of Harper's Bazaar as they delve into the historical significance and sartorial excellent of royal wedding gowns. The event will include a pre-recorded film of Caroline and Justine viewing Princess Beatrice's wedding gown at Windsor Castle.

If interested in securing a place, it's £5 and booking is available here. As part of the event, you can submit a question for the evening's hosts here. Something I know a number of you will enjoy!

6 comments:

  1. You Re right. I would enjoy that. Assume 7p. Is gmt? I will see if I can attend.

    Mette Marit's dress is pretty hard to beat imo.

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    1. It is indeed Bluhare.

      And that is a divine gown :)

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  2. I booked- thank you so much for the recommendation! I look forward to learning more about a favorite topic.

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    1. Molly, enjoy! It should be a wonderful discussion.

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  3. I love the gown Pss Beatrice wore on her wedding day. It looked lovely on her. Oh yes I will try to watch, if I can.

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  4. I thought Beatrice looked absolutely adorable/beautiful on her wedding day. She has come across as a thoughtful young lady and this was reflected in her choices at the wedding.

    The other royal wedding I liked was C.P. Victoria. She looked so happy and I think I remember a photo of Mary, Mette-Marit and Maxima with tears in the eyes on the terrace. At least, this is the way I remember it.

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