Buckingham Palace shares Princess Eugenie's official wedding photos

Lester Mason
October 15, 2018

Yesterday, Princess Eugenie tied the knot with Jack Brooksbank at St George's Chapel in Windsor.

Bridesmaids and page boys included in the photo include Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Maud Windsor, Louis De Givenchy, Theodora Williams, Mia Tindall, Isla Phillips and Savannah Phillips.

The images were taken by Alex Bramall at Windsor Castle and later at a private dinner at Royal Lodge.

It's the first time since Sarah Ferguson has appeared in an official photograph since she and Eugenie's father, Prince Andrew the Duke of York split 22 years ago.

After saying "I do, "Princess Eugenie and her husband, Jack Brooksbank, celebrated in royal style".


But the official photos seem to indicate she has an easy relationship with her ex Prince Andrew with some fans saying they looked so relaxed with each other on the day it could even be a sign they are getting back together. Windy conditions couldn't dampen the spirits of the royal family, a star-studded guest list and faithful well-wishers lining the streets.

Both Meghan and Kate chose British designers for their reception dresses - Meghan in Stella McCartney and Kate in Alexander McQueen - but Eugenie mixed things up by choosing a bespoke gown from the American designer.

It adds: "From the Princess's dress, created to show the faint silvery scar of a life-changing childhood operation, to the fond family speeches, the steadfast young couple were the picture of unshowy devotion".

The Hollywood glamour dress is said to be inspired by the beauty of Windsor and the surrounding countryside along with the family's White Rose of York which was incorporated in the use of colour and embroidery. She paired the historical jewels with diamond and emerald drop earrings that were gifted by her now-husband, Jack Brooksbank. The newlywed royal's third choice might shock fans with its modernity in comparison to the very traditional white Peter Pilotto gown she wore for the ceremony. It was originally a brooch commissioned in 1830 and passed down to Queen Victoria in 1837, and then to Queen Elizabeth in 1952.

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