Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s wedding day has came and passed and so has the wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank.
But that’s not to say that we’re not still craving royal wedding photos.
To quench your royal wedding thirst, we painstakingly compiled 49 stunning photos of almost every royal wedding dress from the last 178 years to peruse while you wait.
These should tide you over until we’re blessed with the next royal wedding.
Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, 1840
Queen Victoria is said to have popularised the white wedding dress, as women of the time had worn varying colours up until her marriage to Prince Albert at St James's Palace in London on February 10th, 1840.
Vogue reports Victoria chose to have her dress made in white not to reflect purity, but to best show off its lace. The publication also said the young queen forbid anyone else from wearing white to her wedding, and had the pattern for her dress destroyed afterwards so no one could copy it.
The lady knew what she wanted.