Like I said, at first glance Tatiana's wedding dress reminded me of Princess Marie's gown. So, I thought: let's flashback and see just how far off base I am. Turn the dials in your sartorial time machines back to May 24, 2008 (was it really only two years ago?!) and we'll re-attend the wedding of Miss Marie Cavallier and Prince Joachim of Denmark...
What I love: the train. It's three meters long, which is a perfect length. Long enough for a cathedral yet not crazy long (like a Diana sort of situation). Marie's many layers were managed better than Tatiana's were, but she wasn't without her mishaps:
Alright, so the two gowns aren't really that alike after all. Oh, well. Gave us an excuse to maintain the wedding fervor, at least.
And hey - we're not the only ones flashing back to this very event:
just saw on Wednesday. Can't blame the girl, it's a good one.
Photos: Hola/Keld Navntoft/Getty Images Europe/Zimbio
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