This royal bride’s “something borrowed” style was extra special.
The British royal, 31, and her property developer groom, 37, tied the knot in a private ceremony in the Royal Chapel of All Saints at Royal Lodge, Windsor on July 17, Buckingham Palace confirmed to Fox News, before a “small” group of guests.
Beatrice sported a vintage ivory taffeta dress by Norman Hartnell, which the queen wore in the 1960s, giving her own “personal touch” with the addition of sheer, puffed sleeves and removing the puffball hem in favor of a sleek silk trim, The Sun and the Associated Press reported.
The princess also donned the Queen Mary Fringe tiara, making her the first royal bride of her generation to do so. Queen Elizabeth wore the tiara to marry Prince Phillip in 1947, and their daughter Princess Anne borrowed it for her wedding to Mark Phillips in 1973, according to British Vogue.
The royal wedding was celebrated nearly two months after Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson's eldest daughter and her fiance Mozzi postponed their big day, originally scheduled for May 29, due to the coronavirus health crisis. The ceremony was initially set to take place at St. James Palace in London, with a lavish reception at Elizabeth’s garden in Buckingham Palace to follow.
The newlyweds announced their engagement in September 2019. Mozzi popped the question during a trip to Italy.
Fox News’ Melissa Roberto and the Associated Press contributed to this report.