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Royal Wedding Special

Duration:
1 hour
First broadcast:
Sunday 01 May 2011

Declan Curry hosts a royal wedding special with Charlotte Stockting from Hello! and wedding dress designer Caroline Castigliano.

Joss Croft from Visit Britain talks about the impact the event and others like it have on tourism. And Steph McGovern helps with the clean up along the route after the event in Westminster.

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  • Caroline Castigliano, Wedding Dress Designer

    Caroline Castigliano, Wedding Dress Designer

    Caroline’s commercial ambitions started in her late teens when she single-handedly ran a sportswear business in the US, with stockists including Macy’s, Bloomingdales and Saks.

    In 1991, she returned to the UK and set up her first bespoke bridal boutique in Surrey. This boutique was a blue print for her future success as she specialised in made to measure, meticulously handcrafted gowns using her signature style of a silhouette – unquestionably feminine and elegant.

    Since then her business has grown with seven boutiques in the UK and global expansion in 2011.

    Caroline lives in Esher with her husband Chris and their daughter Annabelle.

    Caroline Castigliano
  • Charlotte Stockting: Publishing Director, Hello! Magazine

    Charlotte Stockting: Publishing Director, Hello! Magazine

    Charlotte Stockting is the Publishing Director for HELLO! Magazine and hellomagazine.com where she has worked for over 11 years. She has worked in the media – mostly for magazines – for 25 years in businesses such as Conde Naste, EMAP and Carlton Screen Advertising.

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