Royal wedding 2019: The STRANGE wedding traditions Lady Gabriella may HAVE to follow

Royal wedding 2019: The STRANGE wedding traditions Lady Gabriella may HAVE to follow


 2018 saw two Royal weddings take place with the nuptials of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry and Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank And 2019 will se at least one more Royal tie the knot as Lady Gabriella is set to marry financier Thomas Kingston Royal weddings are often huge events and have certain rules and traditions which must be followed at all costs Read below to find out which strange traditions Lady Gabriella may have to include in her nuptials The STRANGE wedding traditions Lady Gabriella may HAVE to follow Lady Gabriella Windsor, who is the 51st in line to the British throne, may have to follow some very unusual wedding traditions as a member of the Royal Family  Although not a descendant of Queen Elizabeth II, Lady Gabriella is closely related to the monarch through her father, Prince Michael of Kent, who is the Queen’s first cousin  One Royal custom suggest the bride must carry a spring of myrtle in her bouquet. READ MORE: Royal wedding 2019: How Meghan could STEAL Lady Gabriella’s THUNDER like with Eugenie The strange tradition dates back to Queen Victoria’s time in the late 1800s  Royal brides including Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton, Princess Eugenie, the Queen, and Princess Diana all had myrtle in their wedding bouquets – so it’s like Lady Gabriella will do the same  Royal author Robert Jobson told Express.co.uk: “I’m sure Lady Gabriella will use myrtle as well ” Another custom related to the bouquet is to send it off to be laid on the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior at Westminster Abbey in London  READ MORE: Royal wedding 2019: Lady Gabriella Windsor’s wedding – latest details REVEALED This gesture began with the Queen Mother in 1923 as she honoured her brother Captain Fergus Bowes-Lyon, who was killed during World War I  Since then, the touching gesture has been done by many Royal brides. Lady Gabriella, who will wed at St George’s Chapel in Windsor could be sending the bouquet down to London following the ceremony, just like Princess Eugenie did when she married at the same venue last year  Another Royal wedding tradition relates to the rings. Since 1923, Royal brides have used Welsh gold in the wedding bands  This custom was also introduced by the Queen Mother who used Welsh gold in her ring when she married “Bertie” who later became King George VI  Welsh gold is quite rare and after Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Margaret and Princess Diana all used it the original supply nearly ran out and  Kate Middleton had to have her ring made from a different nugget of Welsh gold in 2011  However, as Lady Gabriella is not a direct descendant of the Queen she may not use the rare gold as there are hardly any left

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