Crown Prince Felipe of Spain and bride Crown Princess Letizia Oritz Rocasolando pose with bridesmaids in the Royal Palace after their May 22, 2004 wedding in the Almudena Cathedral in Madrid.
Prince Albert, Duke of York (later coroneted King George VI) wed Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon at Westminster Abbey on April 26, 1923 as King George V and Queen Mary (on right) look on.
Jordan’s Crown Prince Hamzah (half-brother of King Abdullah) and Princess Noor celebrated their wedding on May 27, 2004 in Amman, though they had already wed privately in August 2003.
Grace Kelly, already American silver screen royalty and Prince Rainier married on April 18 1956 in the Palace Throne Room of Monaco and had a church ceremony the following day at the Saint Nicholas Cathedral.
The culmination of a controversial relationship between Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles, the pair were married in a civil ceremony at Windsor Guildhall on April 9, 2005.
Crown Prince Naruhito of Japan and his future wife, Masako Owada pose in traditional Japanese costume before their June 2, 1993 wedding in Tokyo.
Princess Caroline of Monaco wed French businessman Philippe Junot (17 years her senior) in a civil ceremony in Monaco on June 28, 1978 amidst doubt from the royal family about the match.
Princess Margaret (Queen Elizabeth the Second’s younger sister) and Tony Armstrong-Jones leave Westminster Abbey after their wedding on May 6, 1960.
Beatrice’s wedding was already set to take place after her father Prince Andrew stepped down from all public duties due to his ties to Jeffrey Epstein.
Beatrice, the eldest daughter of Prince Andrew, Duke of York, and Sarah, Duchess of York, was set to marry her fiancé, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, on May 29th.
Princess Beatrice of York’s wedding was already scheduled to occur under the cloud of various House of Windsor dramas, but now the coronavirus is causing Beatrice to rethink her nuptials completely.
Prince Andrew, Duke of York, and Sarah Ferguson wed after a two-year courtship at Westminster Abbey on July 23, 1986.
Princess Elizabeth and Philip Mountbatten, Duke of Edinburgh began to exchange letters in 1939, when Elizabeth was only 13 and were secretly engaged seven years later, though the King, George VI, insisted that the engagement be delayed until Elizabeth was 21-years-old.
The coronavirus has caused Princess Beatrice to rethink her nuptials completely. https://t.co/gWJOcqeAsI— W Magazine (@wmag) March 18, 2020