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The Top Royal Wedding Dresses in History

Nothing can excite and interest people like a royal wedding as it was seen in April of 2011 when Prince William, the world’s most eligible bachelor married Catherine Middleton. The event was watched on television by a whopping two billion and the streets of London were lined up by nearly one million people to watch the newlyweds go by after the ceremony had taken place at Westminster Abbey. One of the most thrilling and exciting avenue of royal weddings is to see what kind of dress the bride has chosen to wear on her big day. Here is a list of the top royal wedding dresses that have been donned by the queens:

1- Crown Princess Mette Marit- The Quintessential and Contemporary Royal Bride

There are only a few dresses that have been perfectly tailored and have the craftsmanship that could be seen in the wedding dress of Mette Marit. The neck can be defined as nothing less than a masterpiece that remains unsurpassed, even today. The flow of the dress is also a memorable aspect as it made the bride appear floating on a cloud when she came into the Royal Palace on the arm of Crown Prince Haakon. It spread in an elegant way on the ballroom floor. Scandinavian design sensibilities can be seen in the dress that’s understated almost painfully.

2- Princess Grace of Monaco- Royal Wedding Gets a Hollywood Touch

Grace Kelly’s wedding dress from the 1956 has become a popular icon and the dress of Duchess of Cambridge draws its design from it as well. The dress silhouette of this trendsetting gown of the 50s was made popular by Elizabeth Taylor, fellow MGM star’s first wedding dress, which remains a classic of all time. Helen Rose was the designer of MGM and shared by Taylor and Kelly.

3- Princess Maxima

A precious jewel was uncovered from South America by Crown Prince William Alexander who charmed the entire Dutch nation with her warm and great Latin character and beauty, as well as her unique fashion sense. Valentino designed her royal wedding dress that had a flared skirt, high cowl neck and three quarter sleeves. As per a post on, Silk mikada was the fabric used that remained wrinkle free. The train was 5 meter long and the dress also had a silk princess veil that was covered with magnificent and exquisite floral hand embroidery.

4- Princess Stephanie of Luxemborg

Elie Saab designed the wedding dress of the Belgian duchess who tied the knot on 19th October 2012. When she married the Hereditary Grand Duke of Luxemborg, Guillaume, she donned an ivory wedding gown with an A-line. A mix of different fabrics made up her beautiful dress that included tulle, satin organza, Calais lace, silk crepe and Chantilly lace for the lining while the veil was made from silk tulle. The dress boasted a boat neckline that dipped in the back a little bit. The heavily embroidered skirt looked stunning with beads and pearls. Two trains, one from the waist and one from the skirt extended behind her. For more information visit