X-ray of an (almost) royal wedding: the ‘I do’ of the Duke of Westminster and Olivia Henson, with William and without Kate

It was one of the big events in the United Kingdom, and the day has finally arrived. The Duke of Westminster, Hugh Grosvenor, 33, and Olivia Henson, 31, have said ‘I do’ this Friday at Chester Cathedral after three years of relationship. A ceremony that has brought together personalities from royalty and high society, many of whom will continue the party at Eaton Hall, the great Westminster mansion.

This marriage was highly anticipated due to the great influence of the couple in Great Britain., who already 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. So much so that Hugh has been chosen godfather to Princes George and Archie, the eldest grandchildren of King Charles, who, in turn, is his godfather. Key faces have not gone unnoticed among the guests, such as Prince William and Princess Eugenie.

From first thing in the morning, Hundreds of residents and visitors have shown up in the vicinity of the cathedral to witness the event. All those who have come to the center of this city have been able to taste an ice cream or a sorbet completely free, courtesy of the couple.

The decoration of the church, decorated with roses, diladelphis, campanulas and orlaya grandiflorwill be reused to shape bouquets that will be delivered to charities, churches and entities in Chester, a decision that is the responsibility of the renowned company Flower and Press.

William of England has been one of the first to arrive. Of course, he has done it without his wife. Kate Middleton remains absent from public life, focused on completing her cancer treatment. The prince has helped the couple in the organization tasks, accompanying some of the wedding guests, around 400, to their seats.

Eugenia of York, dressed in an elegant green dress and a light headdress with a net, arrived later. Kings Charles and Camilla have not been able to attend due to scheduling reasons. This Thursday they were in France, at events marking the 80th anniversary of the Normandy Landings.