Wedding season is well and truly here: This weekend played host to a whole bevy of high society nuptials - six, to be precise.
Over in Cirencester, Prince Harry's girlfriend Cressida Bonas and Princess Eugenie attended the wedding of Lady Natasha Rufus Isaacs to Rupert Finch - a former flame of the Duchess and Cambridge. Lady Natasha, the co-founder of eco-fashion label Beulah, wore a traditional lace dress with long sleeves and wore her long browns locks down, pictured.
In East London, Charlotte Goldsmith, the daughter of the late James Goldsmith, opted for a full Fifties-style skirt and cropped cream bolero for her wedding to designer Philip Colbert. The flamboyant designer caused quite a stir when he showed up to his own do in a suit decorated with red cartoon lobsters.
Causing greater controversy still was Lord Bath when he boycotted his own son's wedding. Ceawlin Thynn married Emma McQuinson at Longleat House, becoming the UK's first black Marchioness.
Lord Bath and his wife, Anna Gael, chose to attend another wedding instead. Rather than seeing their own son exchange vows, they witnessed the nuptials of professional polo players Heloise Lorentzen and Sean Wilson-Smith in Hampshire. The pair celebrated their big day in Wonston with 250 friends and family members.
Rounding up the wed-heavy weekend was Vogue's Serena Nikkah and Peregrine Hood's do. Prince William, who is good friends with the groom, was rumoured to be attending the wedding, but did not in the end.