Demi Moore, Naomi Campbell and More Stars Attend Princess Eugenie's Royal Wedding
- Author: Rogelio Becker Oct 15, 2018,
Oct 15, 2018, 11:12
And while Princess Eugenie looked stunning in the A-line gown, the designer of the gown was actually quite unexpected.
Eugenie's decision to refrain from hiding her scar caught the attention of others with scars from scoliosis surgery, who voiced support for Eugenie and spoke about how it was inspiring sight to see.
The longtime couple Wednesday Friday in a ceremony at St. George's Chapel, where Eugenie's cousin, Prince Harry, married Meghan Markle in May.
Princess Eugenie married her longterm partner Jack Brooksbank at a ceremony in St George's Chapel on Friday.
Mr Trump wrote on Twitter on Sunday: "Princess Eugenie of York was a truly attractive bride yesterday".
The wedding was attended by more than 850 guests which amongst them were celebs like Cara Delevinge and X Factor judges Robbie Williams and Ayda Field.
By contrast, Jack and Eugenie's portraits appeared decidedly more choreographed, with all of the adults standing - except for the elderly Queen and Prince Philip. "Her Majesty has worn them as both hair slides and brooches".
The couple showed clear signs on nerves but beamed happily during the hour-long service.
Another reason Jack likely won't get a title, is due to the Royal Collection Trust official wedding china for Jack and Eugenie. "Jack is a really sort of fantastic bringer of light and he brings joy", she said in an interview with the BBC.
Several auctions popped up on eBay just hours after the pair had tied the knot at St George's Chapel on Friday, some with asking prices of hundreds of pounds.
Eugenie was reportedly introduced to the former Take That singer by her mother the Duchess of York on a Caribbean holiday in 2011.
Security around Windsor was tight, with airport-style checks and a heavy police presence.
And if you thought that the candid moments from their big day were romantic, then you will love the official royal wedding photographs taken after the ceremony.
If she wanted to she could be known as Lady Eugenie. "And it's well overdue".