Princess Beatrice’s daughter Sienna GOT starring role as flower girl’ in star-studded Chelsea wedding


Princess Beatrice‘s daughter Sienna was reportedly given a starring role as a flower girl at a lavish wedding in Chelsea this weekend.

Prince Andrew’s eldest daughter, 35, was joined by her mother Sarah Ferguson 64, at the wedding of TV presenter Marissa Montgomery and her partner Jesse Brown.

For the occasion, Beatrice wore a blue floral midi dress by Erdem – a British fashion designer loved by the Princess of Wales – for the nuptials of her university friend.

During the event at Chelsea Physic Garden, Sarah was pictured posing with Bridesmaid actress Rebel Wilson, who was joined by her mother and partner.

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The following day, Rebel shared pictures and video from the wedding – which was also attended by Made in Chelsea’s Millie Mackintosh – with her 11m Instagram followers.

The star captioned the post: ‘The biggest congratulations to my dearest friend Marissa Montgomery, who got married yesterday at Chelsea Gardens to the handsome Jesse Brown.

‘We love you! What a gorgeous wedding.’

In Rebel’s video, Princess Beatrice can be seen happily standing out of her seat at the wedding breakfast and clapping her hands. 

The royal was also seen wearing a flower crown, which reportedly belonged to her two-year-old daughter Sienna. 

Per HELLO!, both Sienna and Rebel Wilson’s daughter Royce were flower girls for Marissa.

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