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Black and white photograph by Cecil Beaton of Princess Margaret in her wedding dress, signed and dated by the Princess in ink below the picture "Margaret 1960"

Black and white photograph by Cecil Beaton of Princess Margaret in her wedding dress, signed and dated by the Princess in ink below the picture "Margaret 1960"

This is the design for the dress to be worn by Princess Anne and seven other bridesmaid’s at the wedding of Princess Margaret and Antony Armstrong-Jones, designed by Norman Hartnell

This is the design for the dress to be worn by Princess Anne and seven other bridesmaid’s at the wedding of Princess Margaret and Antony Armstrong-Jones, designed by Norman Hartnell

Princess Margaret and husband Antony Armstrong-Jones with the royal family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on May 6, 1960.

Princess Margaret and husband Antony Armstrong-Jones with the royal family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on May 6, 1960.

Wedding gown nr 4: Princess Margaret and Anthony Armstrong-Jones, Westminster Abbey. 6 May, 1960. Margaret turned to Norman Hartnell for her wedding gown design. The bodice featured long sleeves and a v-neck, using 30 yards of sheer silk. The slim fit top ballooned into a large skirt. The skirt, in 12 panels, used another 40 yards of fabric plus an 8 layer stiff tulle petticoat underneath to create its shape. It extended into a train behind.

Wedding gown nr 4: Princess Margaret and Anthony Armstrong-Jones, Westminster Abbey. 6 May, 1960. Margaret turned to Norman Hartnell for her wedding gown design. The bodice featured long sleeves and a v-neck, using 30 yards of sheer silk. The slim fit top ballooned into a large skirt. The skirt, in 12 panels, used another 40 yards of fabric plus an 8 layer stiff tulle petticoat underneath to create its shape. It extended into a train behind.

royalroaster:  Weddings of David, Viscount Linley, and Serena Stanhope, October 8, 1993, and Princess Margaret and Anthony Armstrong-Jones, May 6, 1961-Serena's dress by Samantha Shaw is an adaption of Margaret's original dress, designed by Tony and created by Norman Hartnell

royalroaster: Weddings of David, Viscount Linley, and Serena Stanhope, October 8, 1993, and Princess Margaret and Anthony Armstrong-Jones, May 6, 1961-Serena's dress by Samantha Shaw is an adaption of Margaret's original dress, designed by Tony and created by Norman Hartnell

Princess Claude of Orleans married Prince Amedeo, Duke of Aosta on July 22, 1964 in Sintra, Portugal. The couple met while attending the wedding of Prince Juan Carlos of Spain and Sofia of Greece and Denmark in May 1962 in Athens. They were married outside of Lisbon, Portugal. After three children, Amedeo and Claude officially separated from each other on July 20, 1976. They received a civil divorce on April 26, 1982, and an annulment from the Catholic Church on January 8, 1987. Prince…

Princess Claude of Orleans married Prince Amedeo, Duke of Aosta on July 22, 1964 in Sintra, Portugal. The couple met while attending the wedding of Prince Juan Carlos of Spain and Sofia of Greece and Denmark in May 1962 in Athens. They were married outside of Lisbon, Portugal. After three children, Amedeo and Claude officially separated from each other on July 20, 1976. They received a civil divorce on April 26, 1982, and an annulment from the Catholic Church on January 8, 1987. Prince…

Princess Mary of Teck married George, the Duke of York (they later became Queen Mary and King George V) in 1893, wearing a gown by Linton and Curtis.

Princess Mary of Teck married George, the Duke of York (they later became Queen Mary and King George V) in 1893, wearing a gown by Linton and Curtis.

Princess Margaret and photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones on their wedding day at Westminster Abbey on 6 May 1960.

Princess Margaret and photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones on their wedding day at Westminster Abbey on 6 May 1960.

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