“Very thankful”: Princess Alexandra’s daughter Flora Ogilvy shared previously unseen photos of her Swedish wedding to the man she loves at St James’s Palace

  • Flora Ogilvy was 26 when she married Swedish Timothy Vesterberg. He is 28 years old. 
  • Beautiful lace gown from Phillipa Lepley, with a sparkling diamond tiara
  • Prince Edward and Princess Alexandra were guests 

Flora Ogilvy is Princess Alexandra’s granddaughter and has uploaded a video of their wedding to Timothy Vesterberg online. 

Art curator Flora, 25, originally tied the knot with the Swedish financier, 27, in September 2020 with the couple exchanging vows in a private ceremony at St James’s Palace amidst strict Covid restrictions. 

However the couple were joined by friends and family at St James in September as their marriage was blessed, with guests including Prince Edward and the Countess of Wessex as well as Lord Frederick Windsor and his Peep Show actress wife Sophie Winkleman. 

Flora uploaded two new photos to Instagram as she and her cousin Marina Windsor walked down the aisle.

Princess Alexandra's granddaughter Flora Ogilvy has shared a glimpse into her wedding to beau Timothy Vesterberg online

Flora Ogilvy, Princess Alexandra’s grand-daughter, shared an online glimpse of her marriage to Timothy Vesterberg.

The bride can be seen cuddling up to Timothy in another black-andwhite photograph.

Flora was dressed in a beautiful white lace bridal Phillipa Lepley dress, with a pearl-detailed tiara. Later, she held a small bouquet and posed with her husband under an archway with white flowers. 

Later on, guests arrived at Claridge’s London Hotel where they were able to see them gathering in a bar and enjoying a Swedish toast to the groom and bride. 

Prince Edward, Sophie Wessex and other guests attended St James”s blessing event. 

In another image shared by Flora yesterday, the royal can be seen walking down the aisle of a church followed by her maid of honour Marina Windsor

Flora also shared an image yesterday of the royal walking down the aisle at a church with Marina Windsor as her maid. 

Flora took photos last year of her marriage to Timothy, in which she kept the ceremony low-key and within Covid-19 limitations. 

The couple was restricted by Covid regulations to allow only a few family members and close friends to attend the wedding.  

 Flora announced the news of the wedding in September 2020 with an Instagram post in which she said: ‘We are truly overjoyed and look forward to celebrating next year.’ 

The quiet couple lives in London and Flora works as an art consultant. Flora also makes occasional royal appearances, such as joining the family at Buckingham Palace on Trooping The Colour’s balcony each year. 

Timothy and Flora appeared overjoyed to be celebrating their big day with friends and family after initially marrying last year amidst Covid-19 restrictions

After being married last year under Covid-19 restrictions, Timothy and Flora seemed overjoyed that they were celebrating with their friends. 

The wedding was attended by a host of royals, including Countess Sophie Wessex and Prince Edward (pictured)

The wedding was attended to by many royals including Prince Edward (pictured), and Countess Sophie Wessex. 

Born in Edinburgh, Flora grew up in a 1780s country house on Scotland’s East coast, before her parents moved to Nantucket, where they now live.

Flora has been a fan of the beautiful blonde Swede since May 2013, when he was an ex-professional ice hockey player in Sweden. 

They are said to have been in a quick romance and then announced their engagement in November 2019 

Princess Alexandra's granddaughter Flora first married  Timothy in a lowkey ceremony last September amidst strict Covid restrictions

Princess Alexandra’s granddaughter Flora first married  Timothy in a lowkey ceremony last September amidst strict Covid restrictions 

The couple are believed to have had somewhat of a whirlwind romance after meeting and announced their engagement in November 2019 (pictured)

According to some reports, the couple had a brief romance and then announced their engagement in November 2019.  

On Instagram, she shared news about her engagement and wrote: “We are engaged!” Timothy, my love and best friend asked me to marry him. We are blissfully content.  

Timothy, however, commented on the blog post with: “Always & forever.” 

Flora affectionately calls her fiancé ‘my lovely Swede’ on her Instagram captions, with the two enjoying travels across Germany and Devon since getting together. 

Flora’s pals are pleased she’s found happiness, after she declared in 2019 that she was too busy for love, explaining: ‘I can’t even think about going there.’