Princess Anne: This “trend” started at her second wedding

After 30 years of marriage, the union of the princess and Sir Timothy Laurence is back in the spotlight. According to royal experts, the daughter of Elizabeth II would have launched the trend of “micro-marriage”.

Princess Anne, in addition to being known for her taste in fashion, started a new trend at the time of her second marriage. In 1992, her divorce with the father of her children – Zara Tindall and Peter Phillips – Captain Mark Phillips, had been pronounced after three years of waiting, reports Express, this Friday December 10. On December 12 of that year, she married Sir Timothy Laurence.

This second wedding was quite different from the previous one, which was very princely. According to royal experts Roberta Fiorito and Rachel Bowie, Princess Anne created a new fashion. “A micro wedding before micro weddings. She started the trend,” Rachel Bowie said on the Royally Obsessed podcast. Indeed, unlike her first union, only 30 guests were invited, including her parents Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh, her children and her brothers Prince Charles and Prince Andrew, says the British media.

A classic outfit

The second wedding of Princess Anne took place in Scotland, a country she is particularly fond of. She wore a white outfit consisting of a simple dress, which reached her knees and a suit jacket with a high collar, detail our confreres. In her hair, some white flowers. As a bouquet, she had opted for heathers of white color as well. For his part, Sir Timothy Laurence was dressed in his navy uniform.

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