Daughter of the Duke of Westminster
Married to: Edward van Cutsem
Lady Tamara Grosvenor, the daughter of the Duke of Westminster, who owns large parts of central London and has a 4bn fortune married Edward van Cutsem, the godson of Prince Charles at Chester Cathedral in front of 650 guests. Designed by Bruce Oldfield, the bride wore an ivory silk georgette wedding dress embroidered with rows of tiny antique silk velvet rosebuds with a two-metre train. She wore a tiara designed by Carl Faberge in the style of a laurel wreath set with cushion shaped diamonds and shoes made by Jimmy Choo couture. The bouquet consisted of white and pale cream garden roses, white jasmine stephanotis and lily of the valley with myrtle leaves.