Lady Helen Windsor married Tim Taylor at St Georges Chapel on July 18th 1992. She was wearing the Kent Fringe Tiara and a gown designed by Catherine Walker.
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1. Princess Margaret, Duchess of Kent.
2. Princess Margaret, Duchess of Kent, Queen Mum, QEII.
3. David Linley, Anne, Edward, Charles, Andrew.
4. Charles, Andrew.
5. Anne, Charles, Andrew, Edward, Diana.
6. Anne, Edward.
7. Anne, Harry, Diana.
8. Diana, Harry.
9. Daniel Chatto, Sarah Armstrong Jones.
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12. Diana, Harry.
13. Charles, Andrew.
15. Helen arriving at St Georges Chapel.
16. Helen arriving at St Georges Chapel.
17. After the wedding.
18. 19. Helen & Tim. (Gettyimages)
The wedding of Lady Helen Windsor, daughter of Dukes of Kent and Tim Taylor was held in a fairy tale scenario The Windsor Castle.
With pomp and circumstance Lady Helen entered the Saint George Chapel in Windsor Castle. The last royal to wed here was Lady Helena of Teck in 1919.
The British Royal Family attended the wedding except for Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, Prince William and Prince Philip. Prince Charles, Prince Edward, Prince Andrew and Princess Anne arrived together
being followed some steps back by Princess Diana who didn’t separate from her son Prince Harry.
The wedding gown was inspired in Tudor style and was designed by Catherine Walker.
The diamond tiara was worn by the bride’s mother at her own wedding.
The groom arrived one hour before the start of the ceremony, in company of his best fried, James Hartley, who was in charge of keeping the rings.
The bride arrived, with 4 minutes of delay, with her father in a Bordeaux Rolls Royce.
The bride’s mother, Duchess of Kent, arrived first and welcomed all the guests by the door. The Duchess wears a Giorgio Armani suit, in light blue.
Lady Helen promised to love and honor, but not to obey her husband.
The bridesmaids were Lady Gabriella Windsor, Sophie Elwes and Allegra Faggionato and the pages were Lord Downpatrick, Thomas Thornton and Nicholas Taylor (half brother of the groom).
When the ceremony finished the couple left the chapel under the organ sound of “Grand Coeur Dialogue”.
The reception was held in Crocker End and from BRF only Prince Charles attended.
During the reception the bride’s father, Duke of Kent made the following speech “I believe that people say that there is a hard side in a wedding. You have to work really hard to make it. My advice is that you make sure you enjoy all the good things together. Sense of humor is necessary too. I am sure that all our friends, neighbors and family gathered here are united in a single wish: Love and Happiness to Tim and Helen”