7 Worst Dressed Guests in Royal Wedding Prince William
Tara Palmer Tomkinson's head-to-toe electric blue ensemble by Deborah Milner was an assault on the eyes with a matching shoes by Nicholas Kirkwood, baguette clutch and even elbow length gloves. Her sister Santa's above-the-knee purple shift and wispy rose hat didn't fare much better.
2. Princess Eugenie (Blue Dressed)
Princess Eugenie's Vivienne Westwood Couture creation looked a touch on the tight side, and was teamed with a Phillip Treacy hat that sailed too close to pirate ship territory with a flurry of feathers tucked into the brim.
3. Chelsea Davy
Prince Harry's girlfriend Chelsea Davy's jade silk Alberta Ferretti suit went too tight and too short for royal wedding standards. She chose to accessorise with a hat by millner Victoria Grant, and shoes by Jimmy Choo.
4. Sally Bercow
Someone neglected to tell Sally Bercow the rules of demure dressing: neither cleavage nor thigh should be shown - let alone both!
5. Princess Victoria
Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria looks as though she may have stumbled onto the wrong red carpet in this tight peach above-the-knee creation by Elie Saab, which would have looked more at home at a film premiere.
6. Princess Mathilde
Princess Mathilde of Belgium's Giorgio Armani outfit was evocative of a Quality Street wrapper... delectably topped off with a bow made from liquorice.
7. Justine Thornton
Justine Thornton, the fiancée of Ed Miliband, the leader of the Labour Party, could have gone for a smaller dress size, as this creation totally swamped her. Navy shoes would also have prevented her legs from blending into her shoes.
8. Princess Lalla Salma
No-one's trail should be competing with the bride's, even if you are Princess Lalla Salma of Morocco.
9. Zara Phillips
Zara Phillips turned to what appeared to be Bacofoil for her futuristic coat. If this is a hint of things to come, we wonder what her wedding dress will look like.
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