Katherine Worsley

Katherine Worsley wore a
diamond tiara of unknown provinance
on her wedding day. The tiara could
be property of HM the Queen or of
the Kent family. That too is unknown.
She also wore a string of pearls
around her neck and a pair of pearl
dangling earrings.

The veil is made of Tulle, and is
about as long as the bridal train.

Katherine wore a white gown of unknown
fabric. The fabric used on the dress was
a fuzzy type. It looks as though it could
be white velvet. Upon more investigation
I will be able to know more. The gown had
a very small cowl neckline. The long
sleeves were wrist length, and shaped
off at the ends. The sleeves had several
small fabric buttons at the ends of the
sleeves. The waist/bodice are of the dress
was fitted, with the skirt of the dress
flaring from the waist. The skirt was
bell shaped and full length.

The train of the dress was attached at the
waist by a sort of waist band. It was of
unknown lengths. The veil was around the
same length as the train.

The bridal bouquet was of white flowers.