The Countess of Wessex attended a Costume Party

Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex and Sophie, Countess of Wessex attended a costume party hosted by Australian top model Ella Macpherson and her exhusband Arpad Busson at Switzerland's famous ski resort St.Moritz. Countess Sophie preferred a costume with angel wings on the shoulders. The Countess wore a layered white skirt by Ellery- Suzie, a cream blouse by Emilia Wickstead which se had worn before a few times and a gray suede boot by Gianvito Rossi. The Countess had a hard time walking on the icy ground.
The Countess wore a layered white skirt by Ellery- Suzie, a cream blouse by Emilia Wickstead which se had worn before a few times and a gray suede boot by Gianvito Rossi.
The Countess wore a layered white skirt by Ellery- Suzie, a cream blouse by Emilia Wickstead which se had worn before a few times and a gray suede boot by Gianvito Rossi.
The Countess wore a layered white skirt by Ellery- Suzie, a cream blouse by Emilia Wickstead which se had worn before a few times and a gray suede boot by Gianvito Rossi.
The Countess wore a layered white skirt by Ellery- Suzie, a cream blouse by Emilia Wickstead which se had worn before a few times and a gray suede boot by Gianvito Rossi.

5 comments:

  1. Auts! My ankles are sore just looking at those pictures. I would have assume she knows what kind of shoes to wear at winter icy weather.

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  2. She actually fell per other sources. That first picture is the beginning of the fall. She was grabbed but was on her way down.

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  3. I realize this was a costume party but this was really not a good look for Sophie..

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  4. Broken ice on carpet is a recipe for disaster on top which alcohol was been served-- it also seem quite dark in the venue and patrons are wearing masks:now that's nuts. I wonder how many party goers fell or came away with broken or twisted ankles. Talk about a house of horrors.

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