She wowed in the stunning vintage taffeta Peau De Soie dress in ivory tones by Norman Hartnell, loaned by the Queen, adorned with duchess satin and encrusted with rhinestones.
It appears to be a modified version of the dress the Queen wore to Lawrence of Arabia’s world premiere at Odeon Leicester Square in December 1962 and at the opening of Parliament in 1966.
But in addition to the sweet gesture to the monarch, Beatrice also opted to wear the same shoes she stepped in at the wedding for William and Kate in 2011.
The stunning champagne heel pumps embellished with rhinestones were recycled for her wedding, which took place on Friday at the Chapel of All Saints at the Royal Lodge in Windsor.
The royal also chose to wear them at Prince Amedeo’s royal wedding in 2014, Hello reports.
Beatrice, M. Mapelli Mozzi and her grandparents posed for socially distant photos of the chapel.
Buckingham Palace has released new photos from the wedding, which show Beatrice and Mr Mapelli Mozzi leaving the church after the service, and the couple with the Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh.
She carried a bouquet of trailing jasmine, pale pink and cream sweet peas, ivory royal porcelain spray roses, pink O’Hara garden roses, pink wax flower, pale pink astilbe and, in accordance with royal tradition, sprigs of myrtle.
It was created by Patrice Van Helden Oakes – who designed the bouquet for his sister Eugenie’s wedding in 2018 – and has been placed on the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior at Westminster Abbey.
Beatrice’s ring was designed by Shaun Leane and Mr. Mapelli Mozzi’s ring was a vintage gold ring designed by Josh Collins.
She was led down the aisle by her father, the Duke of York, Buckingham Palace said.
Wolfie, the son of Mr. Mapelli Mozzi, was the best man and page boy.
The Queen, who knighted Sir Tom Moore later today, described the private family event – which was attended by the Duke of Edinburgh, the couple’s parents and their siblings – as “very enjoyable”.
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Speaking to fundraising hero Captain Sir Tom Moore and his family, after knighting him at Windsor Castle for raising millions for the NHS, she said: ‘My granddaughter s got married this morning, Philip and I managed to make it happen – great. ”
The ceremony was presided over by Reverend Canon Paul Wright, Deputy Dean of the Chapel Royal, and Reverend Canon Martin Poll, Domestic Chaplain to the Queen.