Royal Wedding: Princess Eugenie & Jack Brooksbank

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Posted on October 14, 2018 at 04:30 PM

It’s another Royal Wedding affair to remember! This time around, it’s between Princess Eugenie of York and Jack Brooksbank. Just less than five months since Prince Harry’s wedding to Meghan Markle, his cousin just walked down the aisle to marry the man she’s been dating since 2010.

The Royal Wedding was once again held at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle, the very same location where Harry and Meghan tied the knot not so long ago. In attendance were members of the Royal family with Sarah Ferguson, who fulfilled her role as the doting mother of the bride and with Princess Beatrice as the maid of honor. Both Prince George and Princess Charlotte were once again part of the entourage as a page boy and bridesmaid, the same roles they had during their uncle’s wedding.

The engagement, which was announced by the Buckingham Palace last January 22, was well received, especially with that gorgeous pink padparadscha sapphire engagement ring. Suffice it to say, the Royal Wedding was as beautiful as it can be with the bride wearing a creation by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos, and highlighted motifs that were both meaningful to the couple. These designs included the thistle and shamrock, which are the flowers of Scotland and Ireland, as well as the English rose.

According to Pilotto, Princess Eugenie specifically requested to have a low back to feature her scar, which she got from when she was a child. It’s a heartfelt tribute to the medical professionals who treated her scoliosis, and an open message to those who have the same condition as well. Lastly, Princess Eugenie wore her grandmother’s Greville Emerald Kokoshnik tiara, which was adorned with rose cut diamonds and emeralds made by jewelers Boucheron back in 1919, in the same style worn in the Russian Imperial Court.

Here’s to Mr. and Mrs. Brooksbank!

 

Photos by Yui Mok, Steve Parsons, Chris Jackson, Toby Melville, Owen Humphreys, Jonathan Brady, Andrew Matthews, Adrian Dennis, Gareth Fuller, Matt Crossick, and Alex Bramall.

 































































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