Sweden’s Crown Princess Victoria, 32, and her former personal trainer, Daniel Westling, 36, tied the knot on Saturday at a lavish, 1,000-person ceremony in Stockholm. The Swedish celebration was touted as the biggest royal wedding since Prince Charles and Princess …
Royal wedding dress predictions
The two future princesses, Kate Middleton and Charlene Wittstock, have chosen their wedding gown designers. The future Princess of Wales has chosen fellow Brit Bruce Oldfield as her designer, while Charlene Wittstock has chosen her favorite designer, Giorgio Armani.
Now that the designers have been revealed, everyone is curious to find out what the royal wedding gowns will look like. Kate Middleton cannot avoid the comparisons to her future mother-in-law, the late Princess Diana of Wales, who wore one of the most recognizable wedding dresses of all time.
Ms. Middleton’s dress is sure to be a little more simplistic, though Diana’s influence is still present; Bruce Oldfield was a favorite designer of the late princess.
Here are a few ideas from the designer’s latest collection:
Elsewhere in royal wedding planning, South African future princess Charlene Wittstock will wear Armani when she marries Prince Albert II of Monaco. This is another bride with big shoes to fill, as her future mother-in-law was the late Princess Grace of Monaco.
Armani is synonymous with high fashion, and we picture this former Olympian wearing something with angular cuts that will show off her swimmer’s arms and shoulders.
What do you think of these designers? (And, sub-question: As you choose your wedding gown, aren’t you glad you’re not constantly compared to your glamorous mother-in-law? )