Princess Eugenie Wore an Olive Green Dress to Duke of Westminster’s Wedding – See Photos – Town & Country

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Princess Eugenie was among the guests in attendance at the Duke of Westminster’s wedding to Olivia Henson today.

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For the festive occasion, she wore an olive green asymmetric knitted and pleated satin-crepe dress designed by Joseph, a British contemporary brand. (Bonus: It’s on sale right now!) She also chose an Emily London Millinery pillbox hat, and carried a Anya Hindmarch tassel clutch—one previously worn by her sister, Princess Beatrice.

The Princess also accessorized with what appear to be nude Aquazurra pumps—the very same ones Meghan Markle wore when she and Prince Harry announced their engagement. Though Meghan and Euengie’s “Matilde” style are no longer in stock, the brand makes a very similar shoe, the “Cherry” pump.

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Princess Eugenie, today, and Meghan, in 2017, wearing the same Aquazurra pumps.

Princess Eugenie attended the wedding solo today, sans her husband Jack Brooksbank. Her cousin, Prince William, was also among the guests at the festive occasion, but the two royals arrived and departed separately from the church. (The Prince of Wales was one of ten ushers at the wedding.) Princess Eugenie and Prince William appeared to be the only members of the British royal family in attendance; Prince Harry was invited, but did not attend.

The glamorous event this morning was held at ancient Chester Cathedral, and there will be a reception this evening at Eaton Estate, which has been home to the Grosvenor family since the 1400s. For the wedding, bride Olivia Henson wore a bespoke Emma Victoria Payne dress and veil, and the historic Fabergé Myrtle Leaf tiara.

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