Wedding of Flora Ogilvy and Timothy Vesterberg

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The Wedding of Flora Ogilvy, the daughter of James and Julia Ogilvy and granddaughter of Princess Alexandra of Kent (wearing a Phillipa Lepley gown with the Ogilvy Tiara and Princess Alexandra’ Pearl Earrings) and Timothy Vesterberg at at St James’s Church in Piccadilly on September 10th. The couple got married in a Civil Ceremony in the Chapel Royal at St James’s Palace last September.

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Royal Guests and Relatives included Flora’s grandmother, Princess Alexandra of Kent, the Hon. Lady Ogilvy as well as the Earl and Countess of Wessex, Prince Edward, the Duke of Kent, the Earl and Countess of St. Andrews, Lady Marina and Lady Amelia Windsor, Lady Helen Taylor, Princess Michael of Kent, Lord and Lady Frederik Windsor, Lady Gabriella and Tom Kinston, Archduchess Sophie of Austria and Prince Maximilian of Windisch-Graetz.

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3 thoughts on “Wedding of Flora Ogilvy and Timothy Vesterberg

  1. I think it’s lovely that Flora got to wear her grandmother’s tiara! It had to have been a disappointment to both Princess Alexandra and Sir Angus not to have seen their own daughter wear it for her wedding. She was somewhat of an iconoclast and got married in a black gown and hat with a red bolero! But not Flora! She was lovely in her beautiful wedding gown and grandma’s tiara and earrings. It was lovely to see Princess Alexandra’s siblings and family come out to witness the blessing. I’m guessing Prince Edward and the Countess of Wessex were there representing the Queen, and Flora also had her uncles and cousins there to lend their support. I wish her and her husband much joy!

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