The Granddaughter Of The British Queen's Cousin Flora Alexandra Ogilvy Married
Last November, the granddaughter of the British Queen's cousin Princess Alexandra, 25-year-old Flora Ogilvie, posted a photo taken by her father on her Instagram account and wrote: "We are engaged! My dear Timothy has asked me to marry him, and we are incredibly happy." Dear Timothy is a 26-year-old Stockholm native, former hockey player, and now investment Manager Timothy Vesterberg.
The wedding was originally planned for this summer and was scheduled to take place at St George's Chapel in Windsor, but like many events in 2020, it was postponed. As a result, Flora and Timothy exchanged vows of loyalty on September 26 in a narrow circle of family and friends. The ceremony took place in the Chapel Royal of St James's Palace. That is where Queen Victoria once married, and the wedding of Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi was planned here, which eventually had to be relocated to Windsor so that Elizabeth II and Prince Philip could attend the wedding of their granddaughter.
Art expert and founder of the online art platform Arteviste, Flora walked down the aisle in a simple Emilia Wickstead dress and a bouquet of white Calla lilies. It's worth noting that the girl officially took her husband's last name. By the way, the newlyweds decided not to limit themselves to a modest official ceremony — next year, they promised to arrange a large-scale celebration.