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The 30 year-old Miss Phillips, once known as the "royal rebel", sprang a surprise when it emerged that she would not take Mr Tindall's name following their marriage.The decision to keep her maiden name was taken because of her success as a world champion equestrian - and was very much in the spirit of the day.
His time with Cressida lasted less - two years - before the pressure of such a public romance began to take its toll on the society beauty.The bride was accompanied by her maid of honour, the horse trainer Dolly Maude, whose six-year-old son Ted, six, Miss Phillips' godson, acted as page boy.The bridesmaids were Stephanie Phillips, Miss Phillips's half-sister, the daughter of Captain Mark Phillips and his second wife Sandy Pflueger, Nell Maude, Jaz Jocelyn and Hope Balshaw.The dress featured a chevron-pleated bodice, a dropped waist, and a "cathedral-length" train, and was designed to create a "bell-shaped" silhouette.It was chosen from the White Room boutique in Minchinhampton, Glos, near her mother's Gatcombe estate - a low-key choice in contrast to the Duchess of Cambridge's Alexander Mc Queen design.The bride also wore a Greek Key diamond tiara given to her by her mother, the Princess Royal.
Her pared-down, natural make-up was from Bobbi Brown, while her hair was worn in a swept-up chignon, styled by Evangelos Tsaipkinis, of the Mayfair salon Michael John.
The action man royal spoke about the expectation that he should hurry up and find his Princess Charming, saying he does his best to ignore it.
In an interview with the Press Association, he said: "I don't think you can ever be urged to settle down.
As she stepped from the car and waved, smiling, to cheers and warm applause from the crowd of 6,000 who had gathered outside the kirk, the secret of another Royal wedding dress was unveiled.
Miss Phillips had chosen an off-the-peg ivory silk faille and silk duchesse satin gown by Stewart Parvin, a couturier to both the Queen and the Princess Royal.
The rugby star smiled broadly and waved to the crowd.