Royal Weddings at Windsor Castle

Royal Weddings At Windsor Castle

Royal Collection Trust





October may not be known typically as wedding season, but it is for us this year. Princess Eugenie is marrying Mr Jack Brooksbank at St George’s Chapel on 12 October, and just a few weeks later on 26 October the outfits from our first royal wedding of the year, between Prince Harry and Ms Meghan Markle, will be on display at Windsor Castle.


Royal wedding dresses through the ages

With Princess Eugenie and Mr Jack Brooksbank’s wedding taking place soon, we take a look back at dresses which former brides chose for their own wedding day.

Often the dress worn by the bride is reflective of contemporary fashion and the bride’s personal style, we see this not only in The Duchess of Sussex’s simple elegant gown for her May wedding, but also further back in history, when Queen Victoria wore a plain court dress with a lace flounce.

See the dresses.

A Royal Wedding


A Royal Wedding: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex

Windsor Castle
26 October 2018 – 6 January 2019
Continuing the royal wedding theme this month, it is just a couple of weeks until our special exhibition at Windsor Castle opens. See close up the five-metre-long veil made from silk tulle and embroidered with the flora of the 53 countries of the Commonwealth.

Book tickets.


Last chance to see our Canaletto exhibition

The Queen’s Gallery, Edinburgh
Until 21 October
Don’t miss the art of Venice in our exhibition showcasing many of the Royal Collection’s finest paintings by Canaletto. Be transported to a leisurely stroll along the side of the Grand Canal through the many detailed images on display.

Visit the exhibition.


Exclusive Evening Tours

Windsor Castle
30 October – 28 December
Book an Exclusive Evening Tour this winter for a ‘behind-the-ropes’ experience in the State Apartments. This is the best opportunity to enjoy the special exhibition A Royal Wedding without the crowds.


Explore the carriages in The Royal Mews

The Royal Mews, Buckingham Palace
This month the Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace will be busy with activity due to a State Visit from The King and Queen of the Netherlands. Find out more about the historic carriages housed in the Mews.

Find out more.

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