Lady Tatiana Mountbatten, daughter of the Queen’s cousin, weds Etonian in a lavish ceremony | royal | New
The 32-year-old daughter of the Marquess of Milford Haven, first cousin of the late Prince Philip, was pictured getting out of her wedding car upon arriving at the venue. In keeping with tradition, Lady Tatiana wore a veil when entering the cathedral.
She chose a long white wedding dress with cap sleeves and a sash.
Footage from the day shows one of Prince Harry’s ex-girlfriends, Cressida Bonas, heading to the ceremony.
In January, Lady Tatiana revealed Mr Dru had proposed while the couple were on a skiing holiday in the Alps.
Lady Tatiana, the Queen’s distant cousin, became engaged to entrepreneur Mr Dru in the Swiss resort town of Verbier.
Her royal friends, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, were also there to celebrate.
Lady Tatiana’s close friend Violet Manners, daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Rutland who was on holiday in Verbier at the same time, also shared her well wishes on social media.
She wrote, “Yes yes yes yes yes! So happy to see you both glowing this week. Big love xxxx.”
When Lady Tatiana posted about the engagement on Instagram, Ms Bonas was among those who congratulated the couple on their engagement news, writing: ‘Beauties’.
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She is a rider trained by Olympian Charlotte Dujardin.
Lady Tatiana was educated at the elite private Millfield School at £12,000 a year in Street, Somerset.
She wanted to be a ski instructor, but now works training dressage horses.
Mr Dru studied history at Oxford before founding Tripr, a social travel app.
He also founded Spiers Tutoring before getting into the startup world.