Shoppers stunned as royal bride arrives in busy street for her wedding

Shoppers might have been surprised to find a royal bride in their path.

The Queen’s third cousin, glamorous Flora Qgilvy, celebrated her marriage to Swedish financier Timothy Vesterberg in a more public way than the typical royal wedding.

The granddaughter of the Queen’s cousin Princess Alexandra celebrated her big day off a busy London shopping street home to high-end shops and The Red Lion pub.

Flora and Timothy married in private ceremony on September 26 last year when numbers were restricted by the coronavirus pandemic.

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They held a second ceremony on Friday where they were joined by guests including royal family members.

Ms Ogilvy was pictured arriving at St James’ Chapel in Piccadilly with her parents James and Julia Ogilvy and her brother Alexander Ogilvy.

The bride wore a white sweetheart neckline wedding gown, designed by Phillipa Lepley, with a pearl detailed tiara and held a small bouquet by Izabela Davi.

It was followed by a reception at the State Apartments in St James’ Palace.

Royal guests included the Duke of Kent and Princess Alexandra, as well as the Earl of Wessex and the Countess of Wessex. TV presenter Ben Fogle was also in attendance with his wife Marina.