Best in Typical
Left to Right: Princess Christina of Sweden, Queen Margrethe of Denmark, Queen Anne-Marie of GreecePrincess Christina turned up in pink, as she tends to do, and both Queens turned up in repeats, as they tend to do. Anne-Marie wore this floral number for Nikolaos and Tatiana's wedding, and Margrethe looks to be wearing the blue dress she wore for that event, this time with a new top. I'll give her the prize since this is rather flattering - certainly more so than some of the other things she trots out time and again...
Worst in Big Hair
Crown Princess Maryher wedding hair.
Best in Fancy
Worst in Shiny and Sparkly
L to R: Carina Axelsson (girlfriend of Prince Gustav, brother of the bride), Princess Tatiana of Greece, Princess Alexia of Greece, Princess Alexandra of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg and her children Ingrid and RichardYou know how I love the sparkle and the shine, but it doesn't always go well. Carina's just sort of...there. And Alexandra is almost not there, she's so washed out by her beige gown. Tatiana, on the other hand, is probably more there than she should be: that's some dress. It's like something rejected from Tina Turner's closet, thrown out for covering the legs too much. None quite matches Alexia's sequined game, though. So sad she decided to repeat the sack she wore to Victoria and Daniel's wedding. So, so sad.
Best in Regal
Last but not least: the bride. In a gown that is...interesting. This is a creation from Danish designer Henrik Hviid and is made of heavy ivory satin with a silk organza lining. The top is lace, the waist is cinched with a pleated satin belt, and the train is three meters long and two meters wide with the monogram of the bridal couple embroidered in pearls and crystals at the bottom.
Who was your best dressed at Nathalie's wedding? And what did you make of the bridal gown?
Photos: Getty Images/Daylife/Billed Bladet/wittgenstein-berleburg.net/Ron Allen