Royal Fashion Maven Zara Phillips

Royal fashion maven Zara Phillips, aka eldest granddaughter to Queen Elizabeth II, looked chic as ever at the royal wedding in a silver Akris coat. While no royal wedding look would be complete without an over-the-top chapeau, Zara kept it modern with a sleek leopard-print clutch and Mary Jane heels.
Zara Phillips with Mike Tindall.
Zara Phillips and Mike Tindall arrive to attend the Royal Wedding of Prince William to Catherine Middleton at Westminster Abbey on April 29, 2011 in London, England. The marriage of the second in line to the British throne is to be led by the Archbishop of Canterbury and will be attended by 1900 guests, including foreign Royal family members and heads of state. Thousands of well-wishers from around the world have also flocked to London to witness the spectacle and pageantry of the Royal Wedding.

  • Mike Tindall in Royal Wedding Arrivals
  • Mike Tindall in Royal Wedding Arrivals
  • Mike Tindall in Royal Wedding Arrivals
  • Mike Tindall in Royal Wedding Arrivals
  • Mike Tindall in Royal Wedding Arrivals


More about the royal wedding:

It's official: The "Wedding of the Century" lived up to all its anticipated tradition, romance and extravagance. Prince William and Kate Middleton wed at Westminster Abbey on Friday at 11 AM in front of 1,900 guests including royal members, dignitaries, socialites and government officials -- as well as celebs like David and Victoria Beckham.

Prince William seemed much at ease, as he chatted with guests before his wife-to-be walked into the historic church. After stepping out of a vintage Rolls Royce, Kate made the 4-minute walk down the aisle in a V-neck lace, A-line gown designed by Sarah Burton, the head designer for the late Alexander McQueen.

The beautiful bride wore her hair in simple curls below a long sheer veil, a small 1936 Cartier diamond encrusted crown with a modest 8-foot train trailing behind her. It definitely wasn't the late Princess Diana's dress, which was made of 40 yards of taffeta with a 25-foot train!

Kate held a simple flower bouquet with a sprig of myrtle from Queen Victoria's wedding bush, and William slowly placed an heirloom wedding band made from Welsh mountains gold on her left hand.

Queen Elizabeth hosted an afternoon hors d'oeuvres fete at Buckingham Palace for 650 guests, where the newlyweds shared their first public kiss on the balcony, followed by a smaller catered dinner hosted by Prince Charles in the evening. The newly-royal-weds will head off to a two-week honeymoon on the Necker Islands, a family friend's privately owned retreat which they will have to themselves.
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