So your Prince Charming has got down on one knee, popped the question, and put a ring on it. Congratulations! Now you’ve found “The One”, it’s time to find the other one: your wedding dress!
Mr and Mrs was a highly successful television game show which originated in Canada and found popularity in the UK. Produced by ITV, a different show aired depending on the area of the UK a viewer was watching from. From 1965, couples went on air to discover how well they knew each other. Mr and Mrs underwent several guises with different presenters, most recently as All Star Mr and Mrs with Phillip Schofield. It is similar to The Newlywed Game, broadcast in America from 1966, although participants didn’t have to be recently married. It is also similar to the “He Said She Said” game now popular at bachelorette parties.
If it wasn’t for American socialite Wallis Simpson, The Royal Family as we now know it would be completely unrecognisable. Edward VIII abdicated in order to marry her in 1937. As a result, his brother, Prince Albert became King George VI.
Queen Mary was engaged to Prince Albert, the eldest grandson of Queen Victoria. However, he died just weeks before their wedding. As a result, she instead married his brother, Prince George. Because of this, Mary of Teck had not one but two royal wedding dresses designed for her. Unfortunately, little remains of the plans for her first wedding dress, but her second remains iconic.
Elvis and Priscilla Presley are one of those couples whose names just fit together. However, their relationship took many turns before they tied the knot, and they divorced only six years later. Nevertheless, the relationship, and her wedding dress, are now truly iconic.