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Prince Harry, Princess Beatrice And Princess Eugenie Steal The Limelight At Winter Wedding

23/12/2014 11:22 | Updated 20 May 2015

Prince Harry, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice managed to steal the spotlight at a winter wedding in Oxfordshire on Friday - and the ladies gave us a lesson in the perfect winter wedding guest outfits.

Prince Harry, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie steal the limelight at winter wedding

Princess Beatrice was stylish in a £960 blue and grey wool Carven coat, paired with tights, shoe boots and a navy hat.

Eugenie was also spot-on in a monochrome coat with a black waist belt worn over a grey pleated dress.

For her headgear, Eugenie opted for a cream fascinator, more traditional wedding attire than Beatrice's fedora.

According to Hello! magazine, the royals headed to Dorchester Abbey in Oxfordshire to watch Jamie Murray Wells marry Lottie Fry.

Prince Harry, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie steal the limelight at winter wedding

Prince Harry is a close friend of Wells, and arrived looking dapper in a three-piece suit, yellow waistcoat and blue tie.

And, he proved he's got a way with ladies of all ages, cutely managing to manoeuvre two nervous little flower girls into the church.

Prince Harry, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie steal the limelight at winter wedding

Mr Wells owns the multi-million pound online business Glass Direct, while his wife Lottie is a successful barrister. According to the Daily Mail, Mr Wells is so well connected, he made onto this year's Tatler List, a guide to the movers and shakers in Britain's high society. He was described as a member of the "Gloucestershire royal posse" and a "thoroughly nice" person.

Want to see a pic of the bride and groom? Course you do.

Wedding of Jamie Murray Wells and Lottie Fry

According to E! News, other guests at the wedding included Ben Fogle and his wife Marina, and reported former flame of Prince Harry, Astrid Harbord.

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