- In October, Cara Delevingne made a splash at Princess Eugenie‘s wedding when she showed up wearing a black top hat and tailcoat.
- Some wondered whether the model broke the dress code Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank had reportedly issued to their guests, which asked women to wear a “day dress with a hat.”
- According to the Daily Mail, Delevingne has now revealed to Grazia magazine that her outfit was approved by the princess herself before the royal’s big day.
- The model told Grazia that she texted the princess to ask permission to wear the suit, and Eugenie said, “Of course, I expected nothing else from you!”
The British model has now revealed that her chic outfit was approved by the princess herself. According to the Daily Mail, Delevingne told Grazia magazine that she got permission to wear the suit before Eugenie’s big day.
“Eugenie has been a friend of mine since I was a kid, and I’ve always wanted to wear tails,” the model said. “I texted her, as I wasn’t sure about it, and she was like, ‘Of course, I expected nothing else from you!'”
Last month, some wondered whether Delevingne broke the dress code Eugenie and her husband, Jack Brooksbank, had reportedly issued to guests before their wedding.
According to the Daily Mail, Delevingne also told Grazia magazine that she “found it interesting how many people came up” to her during Eugenie’s wedding and said, “‘You’re so brave to wear that!'”
“I was like, ‘Really?’ I feel way more comfortable like this,” the model said.
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