Wedding Six sweet behind-the-scene royal weddings moments
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Everyone loves a royal wedding! And something we love even more about the weddings are the sweet behind-the-scenes moments we don’t usually get to see.
We get to see them walking up the aisle and their first kiss as a married couple.
But we don’t get the moments of them getting ready, the first dance and cutting the cake.
Thankfully, in the digital age pictures and videos have been shared online of these cute moments. And we’re looking at some of our favourite moments from behind the royal curtain!
1. Meghan’s something blue
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Meghan Markle revealed in a heartwarming moment that she had stitched her something blue into her wedding veil.
In a clip from an ITV documentary, Queen of the World, Meghan said: ‘Did you see it? The piece of blue fabric that’s stitched inside?’
‘It’s my something blue. It’s fabric from the dress that I wore on our first date,’ she revealed.
2. Princess Eugenie’s sweet kiss
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Princess Eugenie may have had the best British royal wedding dress in recent times and she knows it.
She has shared dozens of beautiful snaps of her wedding day to Jack Brookbanks, including this black and white snap.
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3. Kate’s wedding prep
Kate Middleton was all smiles the day before her wedding as she waved to the crowd waiting outside The Goring Hotel after visiting Westminster Abbey.
She had gone through her wedding rehearsals and was clearly in high spirits.
We don’t blame her at all!
4. Gabriella Windsor’s incredible cake
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Gabriella Windsor married Thomas Kingston on 18 May 2019 to much fanfare.
The author, who is 52nd in line for the throne, had a lovely moment cutting her wedding cake with her beau, Thomas.
Her cousin shared the event with the world and we can’t get over how glam the cake is.
5. Princess Sofia’s selfie
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While the British royals are forbidden from taking selfies with royal watchers, it looks like the Swedish royals are a lot more relaxed on that front.
The Palace shared some gorgeous pictures of Princess Sofia officially joining the royal family when she married Prince Carl.
From the couple getting ready to the delicious food guests were served, this looks like the perfect day.
6. Princess Victoria’s first dance
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The Swedish royal family recently released a series of wedding photos from Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel’s nuptials on their 10th anniversary.
Be still our beating hearts.
We get to see the couple share their first dance as well as the newly weds leaving the church in their horse-drawn carriage.
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