Olivia Henson, an impeccable bride: removable dress and shoes ‘made in Spain’ at her wedding to the Duke of Westminster

Olivia Henson (31) said ‘I do’ this Friday with the Duke of Westminster, Hugh Grosvenor (33), in Chester Cathedral. The wedding was expected to be one of the events of the year in the United Kingdom, and among the topics that have taken over the conversations, it has reigned, as expected, the bride’s spectacular dress.

Impeccable, Henson has chosen a removable dress by British designer Emma Victoria Payne for her big day., romantic and timeless. Made of ivory silk crepe satin and silk organza in the same tone, it had a two-meter detachable train.

The veil, in a cascading silhouette and adorned with intricate custom embroidery, covered a tiara with floral decorations created in 1906. Like the dress, this accessory featured hand-embroidered details of floral motifs designed by the artist. from drawings by Payne herself, incorporating motifs from Olivia’s great-great-grandmother’s veil. The intention was to reinterpret these embroideries to unite the family heritage.

On the other hand, the shoes were Spanish brand. Original, comfortable and made of velvet, they had a pointed toe, a bow on the instep and a wide heel. This is the Valentina 8 riviera model from the Spanish brand Silvia Lago. They are valued at 395 euros.

The wedding was highly anticipated due to the great influence of the couple in Great Britain., since they embody one of the most powerful unions in the country. The Duke’s fortune revolves around 14,000 million euros, an amount that he distributes among his businesses in various cities around the world. His family also maintains a close relationship with the Windsors. In fact, the ceremony was attended by Prince William and Princess Eugenie. They have been missing, on the other hand, Kate Middletonabsent from public life in the midst of his cancer treatment, and the kings Charles III y Camila.