On September 7, 2007, both British royals and entertainment’s elite rose from the pews at St. Paul’s Church in London’s West End in honor of socialite Chloe Delevigne, who walked down the aisle of the Victorian-era house of worship to say “I do” to Louis Buckworth. The floral rings which wreathed the heads of junior bridesmaids created an angelic effect as the young girls walked to the altar in simple white, ballerina-length dresses accented with baby blue sashes. The children were followed by the bride, whose family tiara sparkled in the light as she gazed out from behind the blusher of her diaphanous veil to see the smiling faces of Sarah Ferguson and her daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, Sophie Wessex, the wife of Britain’s Prince Edward, “Dynasty” star Joan Collins and Geri “Ginger Spice” Halliwell, who looked on as the socialite strolled past in a couture creation composed of treble organza by designer Anouska Hempel.
091107: Royalty Attends London Wedding
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