Cressida Bonas is opening up about her lockdown wedding event.
In a current post for The Spectator, the starlet and previous sweetheart of Prince Harry in-depth her experience of getting wed to Harry Wentworth-Stanley in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.
“I had a lockdown wedding. A 30-person, socially-distanced, sanitised church service was organised in under two weeks,” she composed. “Restrictions meant no hymns, no wind instruments and no speaking too loudly. A disappointment for a musical family. Not what we’d envisaged, but a more intimate and special day than we could ever have imagined. Imperfect yet perfect — a day we will never forget.”
The Tulip Fever star likewise shared how she recycled a gown for the event. “Four days before the big day, I marched up and down Oxford Street on the hunt for a wedding dress,” she remembered. “Finding absolutely nothing, I kept in mind an old Whistles gown I as soon as used for a James Arthur video. I went house and discovered the dirty frock at the back of my cabinet. After some ironing, it looked excellent as brand-new.”