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The wedding of Alexander, Marquess Carisbrooke, previously known Prince Alexander Battenberg, son of Princess Beatrice, to Lady Irene Frances Denison, daughter of the Earl and Countess of Londesborough, which took place on 19th of July 1917, war, afternoon at the Chapel Royal, St. James, was truly Royal function.

 

After the Royal Family had taken their place in the Chapel, the bride arrived on the arm of her father. She was wearing a draped princess gown of white satin, with beautiful Brussels lace and pompadour brocade train lined with blue and embroidered with lotos flowers touched with silver and blue and finished with silver frings. Hanging from both shoulders was da drapery of the same lovely Brussels lace, finished with a large spray of orange blossom. She had a coronet of orange blossom and a tulle veil edged with silver..
The rich old lace has an historical interest and value. It was awarded first prize, in a numerous entry, at the Paris Exhibition of 1851, was purchased there to bride's great-grandfather, the Duke of Beaufort, and was worn by the Duchesses of Beaufort, her grandmother and her mother at their weddings.

Her ornaments consisted of long flexible chain of diamonds, the gift of the King and Queen of Spain, and a large magnificent spray of diamonds>>, an heirloom the bridegroom's family, once owned by the Princess of Battenberg.

She wore also long chain and sapphire pendant >>, the gift of the Hon. Sir Robert and Lady Greville.


The account of the wedding also points out that, in place of a bouquet, the bride carried a silver bound prayer book, the gift of her mother. There were no bridesmaids. Lord Leopold Mountbatten, the bridegroom's brother, was unavoidably prevented from being present, and in his absence Capt. Osbert Sitwell, of the Grenadier Guards, acted best man.
While the congregation assembled Sir Walter Parratt played several beautiful melodies the organ. On the arrival of the bridal party, tho Archbishop of Canterbury, the Sub-Dean of the Chapels Royal (Canon Edgar Sheppard), and tho other assisting clergy, proceeded to the door, where, forming into procoesion, the bridal party walked slowly up the aisle, the organ playing Processional Hymn, Lead us, Heavenly Father, lead us/' The other hymn was "0 Perfect Love, all human thought transcending/' After tho Benediction the anthem beginning 44 God's goodness," set to music by Sir F. Bridge was sting. This was followed by MondcLsolin'6 "War March of the Priests" (Athalie).

The scene within the chapel was singularly beautiful. A distinguished gathering of the highest in the land, the splendour of gay toilettes relieved the uniforms of khaki and blue, tilled the TOWS old oak pews parallel to the aisle.
Round the white and gold altar, in the chancel and along tho aisle, were most white blossoms, hydrangeas, marguerites, and roses, with tall palms and cocos plants.
Daylight only found its way in through the ornate stained windows set high in the walls, but rows of wax candles set in rails beside the aisle illuminated the dim interior.
Facing the altar stood tho bride, step in front of the Marquess of Carisbrooke, and their left Lord and Lady Loudesborough, latter wearing dark blue, with shaded blue toque.
The accommodation in the Chapel was so limited that members of Royal Household had to found seats in the galleries overlooking the scene. There was no format reception, but after tho ceremony the King and Queen accompanied bridal party to 7, Chesterfield Gardens, Curzon Street, where they signed the register.

Her Majesty was wearing graceful gown of cream lace, with small black hat covered entirely with shaded blue ostrich plumes, and Princess Mary was in white, with a tiny wreath of rosebuds round a leghorn hat.
The King was khaki - wartime!. Queen Alexandra, too, was present; she was dressed black, with ivory lace on the bodice and & white mount her small black-hat.

Among the members the distinguished congregation wore the Marquess and Marchioness Mountbatten, Princess Christian and her two daughters, Princess Victoria and Princess Marie Louise; Princess Beatrice, the Duke of Connaught, Princess Patricia of Connaught, Prince and Princess Arthur of Connaught, Countess Torby and Countess Zia Torby, King Manuel, the Marquess and Marchioness of Milford Haven, the Duchess of Sutherland, tho Marquess and Marchioness of Titchfield, Duchess of Marlborough, the Countess of Athlone, Bertha Dawkitis, Major Sir Malcolm Murray, Lady Rocksavage, the Duchess of Viscountess Sandhurst, Lady Leicester, Lord Alington, Lady Grey-Egerton, Countess Howe, Viscountess Curzon, the Hon. Mrs. Robert Greville, the Bishop of London, Sir Arthur and Lady Clementine Walsh, and Lord and Lady Cecil.
The honeymoon will be spent at Palesdon lent the bride and bridegroom the Hon. Mrs. Robert Greville.

The Marquess Carisbrooke and his bride received a large number of most beautiful presents, which were displayed at the residence of Lord Londesborough, 7, Chesterfield Gardens, Curzon Street, the day before the wedding, when they were inspected the Queen and Princess Mary, as well as by all the relatives and friends of the bride and bridegroom.
Several members of the Royal family gave presents. The bride's list contained many evidences of the cordial relations which have long existed between herself and her family and their immediate neighbours all classes in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.

Among these presents were thoose from the following:
The tenants on the Loudesborough estate, pearl and diamond pendant and chain;
the village of Londesborough, pendant.

The tenants on the Blankncy estate, a old silver tea and coffee service with hot water jug, tea caddy, and silver tray; parishioners of Blankney, solid silver cake basket; Unionists and other friends Scarborough, four solid silver entree dishes; women on the Scarborough and Seamer estates, silver rose bowl and stand;
tenants on the Selby estate, silver three-fold mirror; household servants, solid silver entree dish; the Mayoress's central Committee, Scarborough, tortoiseshell and silver blotter and paper knife; the- Scarborough Cricket Club, silver box with club arms and inscription; the Mayor and Mayoress of Scarborough, pair of old Sheffield snuffers stand; staff and boys of Scarborough College, Wedgwood pot-pourri vase; present and late tenants on the Seamer estate, large silver, rose bowl; coxswain and crew of the Scarborough lifeboat picture of the lifeboat ; Constitutional Club members, Scarborough, ten volumes of poetical works.

Source: Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, The Times;

 

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