While Beatrice of York And Sophie Winklemanlast weekend, they sat between the seats of St. Paul’s Cathedral wearing the exact same dress as Beulah London, Zara Tindall And Mary of Denmark they were preparing, unbeknownst to each other, to wear the same floral dress.
The first, for the closing day of the Platinum Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, the second for the wedding of Prince Gustav and the American writer Carina Axelsson, celebrated in the chapel of Berleburg castle on June 5th.
Although distinct and distant, the two were united more than ever by a very refined thread couture signed Zimmermann. For both royals, in fact, the choice fell on a cream-colored ankle-length dress, embellished with a delicate floral pattern and an embroidered texture. All tightened at the waist by a belt and characterized by important long balloon sleeves.
A refined proposal, ideal for the two different occasions, but not so new for Mary of Denmark. The princess had already sported the dress years earlier, exactly in 2019, during an official visit with her husband to South Korea. Yet another confirmation of the increasingly strong trend royal to give other chances to clothes worn only once.
This is no small detail when you consider that the dress, dusted off after three years and not part of the current collection, is surprisingly back in the spotlight. to be worn on the same day by two different women.
When complicity royal overrides all limits.
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Source: Vanity Fair