A beautiful gown designed by Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen (as rumoured) in a simple, elegant style which belied all the intricate and expensive work that had gone into it's making. Who would have thought of lace? Certainly not me. All I got right was that it had a V neck. No pearls or crystals, not a bit of bling anywhere.
I was wrong again with the choice of tiara, though I was not alone in this, as this one was not even in the running with the bookies. However, as armchair critics, Dorothy and I weren't entirely happy with the choice and we thought that more height was needed. The veil seemed rather flat and looked too like the curtain from the dressing up box!
Moving on to guests' headgear, lots of lovely stuff but some awful ones too, the Queen's being one of them. This was one of the worst, worn by Princess Beatrice, who is certainly her mother's daughter in that she is prone to fashion howlers -
But here are three girls who got it right -
Of course it helps if you are blond and beautiful and Lady Amelia, Lady Eliza and Lady Kitty Spencer, Prince William's cousins who would have been Diana's nieces. Aren't they stunners?
Let's finish with one of the cakes -
This is for all of you who love McVities Dark Chocolate Digestive Biscuits. Prince William's favourite apparently and made especially for him!