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Royal Wedding 1904 -- Houses of Albany and Teck Featured Royal Weddings Various Image

Royal Wedding 1904 -- Houses of Albany and Teck

Princess Alice of Albany, later Countess of Athlone (seated) (1883-1981) and Prince Alexander of Teck, later Alexander Cambridge, 1st Earl of Athlone (1874-1957), photographed on their wedding day. The five bridesmaids are, from left to right, Princess Mary of Wales, Princess Mary of Teck, the Princesses of Connaught (Margaret and Patricia), and Princess Helen of Waldeck-Pyrmont. The wedding took place on 10 February 1904 at St George's Chapel, Windsor. Date: 10 February 1904

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mar

Royal Wedding 1919 -- Princess Patricia of Connaught Featured Royal Weddings Various Image

Royal Wedding 1919 -- Princess Patricia of Connaught

Princess Patricia of Connaught's wedding dress (left), and the dresses of the elder and younger bridesmaids. She married Commander Alexander Ramsay RN on 27 February 1919. Her dress was in Venetian style, made of white broche panne on an underdress of silver lace, and the train was made of rich cloth of silver, embroidered with a lily design. The bridesmaids dresses were in love-in-the-mist blue georgette over blue satin. All of the dresses were by Messrs Revill and Rossiter. On her marriage Princess Patricia, a granddaughter of Queen Victoria, relinquished her royal title and became Lady Patricia Ramsay. Date: March 1919

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Dressed for the Abbey Featured Royal Weddings Various Image

Dressed for the Abbey

A selection of fashions worn at the wedding and a (pre-wedding evening reception) of Princess Margaret to Anthony Armstrong Jones on 6 May 1960. From left, the Hon. Iris Peake, the Princess's lady-in-waiting wearing a white chine silk dress printed with a motif of black leaves, caught lightly at the waist with a patent leather belt - by Victor Stiebel. The cap of yellow petals, trimmed with a black velvet rose is by Jenny Fischer. Middle left: the Countess of Drogheda in a magnificent coat of peacock blue wild silk with ranch mink collar worn over a chine silk dress printed with huge blue and smoke grey roses - again, by Victor Stiebel. Her hat of ruched blue veiled chenille is by Simone Mirman. Next, the Duchess of Fife wears a silk paper taffeta dress with an abstract pattern of lupins by Ronald Paterson with a high turban of swathed blue tulle by Jenny Fischer. Right page, left pic - the Hon. Francis Legh in a fashionable, above-the-ankle evening dress of printed floral ottaman silk by Mattli and on the right, Mrs Frank Mackenzie Ross in a striking ball dress of green satin with lavish gold passementerie and paillette embroidery by Worth. Date: 1960

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans