Following a glittering royal wedding ceremony, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex departed Windsor Castle this evening for a reception hosted by The Prince of Wales at Frogmore House.
The newlyweds left in a silver blue Jaguar E-Type Concept Zero. This vehicle was originally manufactured in 1968, and has since been converted to electric power
As expected the bride made a wardrobe change. She got out of her Givenchy wedding dress and emerged wearing a slinky evening dress designed by Stella McCartney. The bespoke gown by the famous British fashion designer is made from lily white silk crepe and is defined by a halter neck and sleeveless silhouette.
Meghan wore custom shoes from Aquazurra made in silky satin, with nude mesh, with soles painted in baby blue.
The Duchess accessorized with an impressive cocktail ring on her right hand which was Princess Diana’s much loved emerald-cut aquamarine ring. This statement ring was custom-made for Diana following her 1996 divorce from Prince Charles.
Meghan finished the look with new earrings, they are part of Cartier’s Reflection de Cartier collection (US$68,000). Each earring features 19 brilliant-cut diamonds totaling 0.81 carats, and with 10 baguette-cut diamonds totaling 1.08 carats all set in 18K white gold.
Her hair is styled by London based hairdresser George Northwood tonight.
21/5/2018 09:15:28 pm
Meghan looks so beautiful and elegant. Breathtaking.
22/5/2018 02:19:26 pm
I really want to see the back of this dress on Meghan but don't see that it was captured by any photographers.
22/5/2018 03:18:34 pm
I cannot make up my mind what is the most beautiful of the four. Meghan, Harry, the ring or the car. :D It's Meghan of course, she looks ravishing. But I also love this ring, my favourite stone is the aquamarine and this ring is incredible.
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