While you were busy drinking rosé over the weekend, you missed a chic-as-hell royal wedding in Spain where the bride, a descendant of Queen Victoria, paired a structured, off-the-shoulder Emilia Wickstead gown with a polka-dot veil.
Lady Charlotte Wellesley (her mom is Princess Antonia, Duchess of Wellington) tied the knot with financier and philanthropist Alejandro Santo Domingo in Íllora, Spain, just north of Granada. The bride’s dad, the ninth Duke of Wellington—whose ancestor defeated Napoleon at Waterloo in 1815, NBD!—helped her negotiate her long train and cathedral-length veil as they walked into the church.
Just look at that dress:
No, Kate and William weren’t there, but the 200-strong guest list still included a few recognizable faces, such as Moda Operandi founder and fashion girl Lauren Santo Domingo who attended with her husband, the groom’s brother. Duchess of Cornwall Camilla Parker Bowles was also there, as was Spain’s former king Juan Carlos I and singer James Blunt, who is married to the bride’s cousin Sofia Wellesley.