Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank tied the knot in a fairytale ceremony!
After being declared husband and wife, the couple left St. George’s Chapel and shared a kiss in front of crowds of people and photographers, all gathered to take a look at the newlyweds.
You may kiss the bride! Sweet!
When leaving the chapel, the couple was followed by their bridesmaids Princess Charlotte, 3, Mia Tindall, 4, Maud Windsor, 5, Isla Philips, 6, and Savannah Philips, 7, as well as the pageboys Prince George, Louis De Givenchy, 6, and of course, their special attendants Lady Louise Mountbatten Windsor, 14 and Viscount Severn, 10.
It takes a team…
Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank, got married at the same location Prince Harry and Meghan Markle did, as instructed by Queen Elizabeth.
Prince Andrew, the bride’s father, declared on Friday on ITV that he was “not intimately involved” in the wedding planning. He added:
All the approval goes through the Queen, anyway. It was what I was told, where it was going to take place. The Queen very firmly said, ‘No, St. George’s is where you are going to have the wedding.’ So, I said, ‘Aye, aye, ma’am!’ Turn to the right, salute and carry on.
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The couple’s first kiss on the chapel was similar to Harry and Meghan’s.
Rev. David Conner, The Dean of Windsor, played a crucial role in both weddings.
While Meghan Markle wore a Givenchy gown designed by Clare Waight for her wedding, Princess Eugenie collaborated with Peter Pilato and Christopher De Vos to achieve the look she wanted for her wedding day.
They got inspired from the dresses worn by members of the royal family through years and found the perfect look for the Princess.
The couple is celebrating their wedding with a breakfast organized by Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle, followed by an evening reception, while the festivities will continue on Saturday.