Princess Margaret and Antony Armstrong-Jones married in 1960

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On May 6th, 1960, England's Princess Margaret married Anthony Armstrong-Jones in Westminster Abbey, in the first ever televised royal wedding service. She wore a simple but stunning gown designed by Norman Hartnell.

May England's Princess Margaret married Anthony Armstrong-Jones in Westminster Abbey, in the first ever televised royal wedding service. She wore a simple but stunning gown designed by Norman Hartnell.

Princess Margaret went on to marry Lord Snowdon, formerly Anthony Armstrong-Jones, after her former lover announced his engagement to a 19-year-old Belgian woman

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5/6/1960: Princess Margaret, wearing a Norman Hartwell dress, married photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones. They had two children and divorced in 1978.

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Princess Margaret's wedding gown was simple and uncluttered and the silk tulle veil was satin bound for her wedding to Tony Armstrong Jones in 1960.

1960 - Princess Margaret's wedding gown was simple and uncluttered and the silk tulle veil was satin bound for her wedding to Tony Armstrong Jones.

Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones, the only daughter of Princess Margaret and Antony Armstrong-Jones, married Daniel Chatto, an actor, on July 14, 1994. Lady Sarah’s wedding gown was designed by Jasper Conran. Sarah’s veil was anchored with the Snowdon Floral Tiara, a gift to Princess Margaret from her husband. Sarah has two sons, Samuel born in 1996, and Arthur born in 1999. She maintains a close relationship with her aunt, Queen Elizabeth II, and is invited to Royal events.

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Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones and Daniel Chatto were married in London on July 1994 and celebrated their wedding anniversary. Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones, is the only daughter of the late Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon.

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Lady Sarah Armstrong Jones, daughter of Princess Margaret, on her wedding day July 1994

Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones, daughter of Princess Margaret and Antony Armstrong-Jones, Earl of Snowdon married Daniel Chatto on July This wedding- the dresses, flowers, is as close to perfect as a royal wedding can get.

Princess Margaret's while silk organza wedding dress with a satin-bound silk tulle veil. The whole design was made to accommodate the princess's short stature, including the tiara which sat upon a hair piece to add height. The gown was designed by Norman Hartnell, who also created her sister's wedding dress.

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