Celia McCorquodale, daughter of Lady Sarah McCorquodale, a sister of the late Diana, Princess of Wales, married George Woodhouse at St Andrew and St Mary’s Church in Stoke Rochford, Lincolnshire on June 17th. The bride wore the Spencer Tiara, which is the first time it has been worn publicly since the late Diana, Princess of Wales. The Duke, cousin of the bride, and Duchess of Sussex were among the illustrious guests present, including the Earl and Countess Spencer.
2 thoughts on “Wedding of Celia McCorquodale”
What a lovely bride! She has such a pretty smile and the Spencer’s good looks. Her dress is very classic and it fits her perfectly! On the other hand, I’m trying to find something attractive in the Duchess of Sussex’ outfit, but it’s impossible. It’s so ill-fitting it defies description. I’m afraid her stylist is her worst enemy! I guess I’m going to sit here and wait and give her time to find her way. 🙂
Celia McCorquodale was a magnificent Bride