The royals prepare for the wedding with the utmost care. After all, this day is a holiday not only for their personal, but also for the whole country. Therefore, everything must comply with the protocol. The only independent choice of future queens is the scent. Let's find out what was the choice of the heiresses of the British crown.
Kate, Duchess of Cambridge
For a long time, Kate avoided all questions regarding her preferences in perfumery, but some time ago she decided to reveal the secret. The Duchess admitted that Illuminum is her favorite perfume brand for a long time. This brand produces mono fragrances and is not very well known outside of Britain.
For her wedding day, Kate opted for a perfume of this particular brand - she chose the delicate scent of White Gardenia Petals.
Princess Diana has repeatedly admitted that perfume played a big role in her life - she was sure that fragrances can both bring good luck and bring trouble. That is why Lady Di was very careful in choosing a fragrance for her wedding day. The future princess chose a very rare perfume Quelques Fleurs from Houbigant Paris and applied it not only to the skin, but also to the dress.
This, of course, did not go unnoticed: the journalists staged a whole investigation, the purpose of which was to find out what kind of "magic scent" accompanied Diana on her wedding day. When the "secret" was revealed, the fragrance gained immense popularity in the UK and around the world.
But the future Queen of Great Britain, on her wedding day, opted for a stamp that symbolized the entire empire. Floris perfume company has been producing perfumes for the royal court for many years.
But what kind of fragrance Elizabeth chose remained a secret, until the queen herself admitted that on this momentous day she preferred the exquisite White Rose perfume.
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