magazines-bw

The 2004 Wedding of Edward van Cutsem and Tamara Grosvenor: A Look Back

On November 6, 2004, the bells of Chester Cathedral rang out the news that Edward van Cutsem (the godson of The Prince of Wales) and Tamara Grosvenor (the daughter of the Duke of Westminster) were husband and wife. Lovetripper takes a trip back in time to the day when royalty gathered to witness their wedding:

A pair of Jimmy Choo couture shoes, which peeked out from beneath the hem of an ivory silk georgette creation by Bruce Oldfield, carried the bride along the red carpet:

Ed Van Cutsem & Lady Tamara Grosvenor - Wedding

A closer look at the lovebirds reveals the details of the bride’s diamond Carl Faberge tiara:

Ed Van Cutsem & Lady Tamara Grosvenor - Wedding

The couple’s tiny attendants, who donned winter wedding wear for the big day:

Ed Van Cutsem & Lady Tamara Grosvenor - Wedding

Ed Van Cutsem & Lady Tamara Grosvenor - Wedding

Friends for many years, the groom had accompanied Prince William on his visit to South Africa in 2000. The second in line to the throne was among those to witness the nuptials and offer best wishes to the happy couple at their wedding reception in Eaton Hall:

Ed Van Cutsem & Lady Tamara Grosvenor - Wedding

Prince Harry was also among the 650 wedding guests:

Ed Van Cutsem & Lady Tamara Grosvenor - Wedding

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, who were to celebrate their wedding anniversary later the same month, exit the house of worship:

Ed Van Cutsem & Lady Tamara Grosvenor - Wedding

Page optimized by WP Minify WordPress Plugin