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Happy first wedding anniversary to Charlotte Casiraghi and Dimitri Rassam. The Monegasque royal wed the French film producer during a glittering weekend at the Princes Palace last summer, paying tribute to her famous grandmother, Princess Grace of Monaco, in the process. Charlotte wore two dresses for the occasion, including a strapless ivory gown by @chanelofficial – reminiscent of one worn by Grace Kelly in the 1955 film, How To Catch A Thief. Click the link in bio for a look back at the spectacular day.
Her Majesty The Queen has long been a passionate horsewoman, enamoured with the equestrian world of breeding, riding and racing. And even at 94 years old, she shows no sign of slowing down – with new photographs having just been released showing the monarch riding at Windsor Castle over the weekend. Click the link in bio for more.
Now that we’re allowed to enjoy more time outdoors, what better way to spend a sunny day than by dining al fresco? Dress for the occasion in a vintage-inspired piece – the perfect union of whimsy and elegance. Click the link in bio for more on what to wear to a socially-distanced picnic. Image credit: @arthurelgort/ @condenast via @gettyimages.
Happy fifth wedding anniversary to Sabine and Joseph Getty. On 30 May 2015, Tatler’s Editor-at-Large wed her husband in a dazzling ceremony at the Basilica of the Twelve Apostles in Rome. The bride wore a custom-made @schiaparelli gown and hooded cape, hand-embroidered with gold sequin suns. While we may not be attending many weddings this summer, click the link in bio to reminisce on Tatler’s most stylish society brides.
Today was to have been the Royal Wedding of Princess Beatrice and her fiancé, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi. Although the pair, like so many engaged couples, have been forced to put the event on hold, Tatler is marking the day with a look back to royal nuptials of the past. Click the link in bio for a history of Royal Wedding dresses. Pictured: The Queen (then Princess Elizabeth) and Prince Philip on their wedding day in 1947.
Lady Anne Glenconner is, she says, ‘having the best time ever’, and she can’t wait to share it. Royalty, rock stars and marital mayhem, the 87-year-old aristocrat has seen it all. With her bestselling memoir, Lady in Waiting, out in paperback next month, she opens up to David Jenkins about her Extraordinary Life. Click the link in bio for more, and find the full article in Tatler’s July/August issue, on sale now. Pictured: Lady Anne Glenconner on her wedding day in 1956; and with her husband, the late Colin Tennant, on the island of Mustique in 1973.
Introducing the Tatler Wine Club: The ultimate alternative to a glittering night out, escape into the wonderfully hedonistic world of fine wine and high society via an exclusive virtual experience. Every other Saturday from 6 June, tune in at 7.30pm as @elliotawin, Tatler’s go-to wine aficionado, hosts a wine tasting through Instagram Live – joined by some of Britain’s most in-demand faces. Click the link in bio for more.
The late Diana, Princess of Wales continues to be a fashion icon – and so too is her daughter-in-law, the Duchess of Cambridge, currently the face of Tatlers July/August issue. Despite never meeting, the two have a remarkably similar style, from their favoured hues and silhouettes to their shared quiet self confidence and glamour. Click the link in bio to see every time Kate channelled Princess Diana, in a collision of two sartorial forces. Pictured: Diana in 1995 and the Duchess in 2001; Diana in 1983 and the Duchess in 2011; and Diana in 1991 and the Duchess in 2019.
Her star is going stratospheric as the country looks to the monarchy for morale: HRH The Duchess of Cambridge is crowned Catherine the Great on the July/August cover. This spectacular issue is part of a new trial offer – 3 issues for only £1, including free home delivery and free digital editions. Because no one should have to go without Tatler. Click the link in bio for more.
Beauty and wellness appointments may be on hold, but @23mdlondon is the cosmetic clinic paving the way with virtual consultations and coronavirus safety measures. Tatler’s Beauty & Lifestyle Editor @lilyworcester asks 23MD’s Dr Suha Kersh and Dr Martin Galy the key questions on Tatler readers’ minds. #tatlerbeautyhall #tatlerpartnership
Don’t miss the Tatler Beauty Hall: A spectacular virtual shopping event taking place this weekend. Whether you’re hunting for that perfect red lipstick or need a refill of your favourite perfume, now’s your chance to access exclusive discounts on the best of British and International beauty, cosmetic and lifestyle brands. Shop now at the link in bio. #tatlerpartnership. Pictured: The Queen Mother in 1975 via @gettyimages.
Like so many much-loved summer events, @the_rhs Chelsea Flower Show was unable to go ahead in person this year. But the highlight of the horticultural calendar has gone online instead, with @theroyalfamily being among those to join in on the virtual celebrations. On the last day of the event, click the link in bio for a look back at the Royal Family at the Chelsea Flower Show over the years. Pictured: The Queen (then Princess Elizabeth) in 1949; the Duchess of Cornwall in 2009; the Queen in 2016; and the Cambridges in 2019.
Want to try a new red lipstick? Need a refill of your favourite perfume? Or simply thinking of upgrading your bathtime ritual to get a spa-like experience at home? Introducing the Tatler Beauty Hall: A virtual shopping event taking place this weekend, beginning today – featuring the best of British and International beauty, cosmetic and lifestyle brands. Shop now at the link in bio. #tatlerpartnership
Fans of the hit @bbcthree adaptation of Sally Rooneys Normal People will be familiar with County Sligo in Ireland, where Connell and Marianne grow up. And in a surprising turn of events, this week saw Prince Charles recall, My wife and I cherish such special memories of our visit to Sligo five years ago. Click the link in bio for more about @normalpeoplebbcs royal connection. Pictured: Connell and Marianne (played by @paul.mescal and @daisyedgarjones), and Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall in County Sligo.