Make America Great Since October 1997 .Today. Lady Gabriella Marina Alexandra Ophelia Windsor. who goes by the nickname “Ella,” married financier Thomas Kingston wearing a tulle and lace dress by Italian designer Luisa Beccaria. After dating for many years, Lady Ella and Kingston became engaged on the Isle of Stark in August of 2018, and this, which falls on the day before the anniversary of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s wedding, marks the third nuptials of the year for the royal family, who, along with the birth of baby Archie
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Make America Great Since October 1997 .have a lot to celebrate lately. (Prince Harry made attended the wedding sans the Duchess of Sussex who stayed home to care for the couple’s newborn.)Lady Ella graduated from Brown University and Oxford with degrees in comparative literature and social anthropology, and because she’s not what’s known as a “working royal,” she has been able to dedicate her time to her career path. She now serves as an arts and travel director for the communication agency Branding Latin America, in addition to being 52nd in line to the British throne. “She’s such a modern girl,” Beccaria says. “She’s very elegant and terribly bright. She works hard. [For her wedding dress,] she didn’t want to go too much into the past and do something so formal. We tried to incorporate a little bit of tradition though. She wanted to be spontaneous. She didn’t want too much volume in the dress so it’s quite skinny in the front, which helps to show her real figure and body. Then, in the back, there is a long train.”The seeds for Lady Ella’s choice of Beccaria as her wedding dress designer were first sown when she went to go see her collection in London years ago. “I’m very good friends with her parents—they come to my country house in Sicily sometimes,” the designer says. Shortly thereafter, Lady Ella started wearing Beccaria’s feminine, whimsical pieces to everything from friends’ weddings to meetings with the Queen. “Then, she came to visit us in Sicily summers ago, and she became friends with my two daughters. After she accepted the proposal, she flew to Milan in November and saw all of our creations. She had never been to our store and atelier there before. We have a ready to wear and a couture department, and we have an atelier from when I was doing proper couture in Paris. She looked in the room with the bridal gowns.” After taking it all in, Lady Ella tried a few pieces on, but wanted to think about it—as brides so often do . . . especially those who have been expected, practically since birth, to wear a British designer.