Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank finally tied the knot this past weekend at St Georges Chapel in Windsor. Here is everything you need to know about their wedding day.

It took place on the 12 October 2018

The couple celebrated their wedding this past weekend. The day overall was perfect for a Royal Wedding; however, it was quite windy but that didn’t stop The Royal Wedding festivities. In addition to two receptions held by the queen and the bride’s family – the couple had planned another carnival-themed bash for Saturday. The event included lots of food stalls and loads of cocktails!

Princess Eugenie wedding gown:

The Princess looked absolutely beautiful in her designer wedding gown, as she stepped out from the car and smiled at guests outside the St George’s chapel.  Princess Eugenie’s wedding gown was designed by Peter Pilotto.

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The dress was developed layer by layer, the dress was constructed from the corset and the complex underskirt to the bodice and full pleated skirt. The gown features a neckline that folds over the shoulders to the lower back and drapes into a flowing full-length train. The lower back feature on the dress was a special requested by Princess Eugenie as she had surgery at the age of twelve correct her scoliosis.

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The dress was developed layer by layer, the dress was constructed from the corset and the complex underskirt to the bodice and full pleated skirt. The gown features a neckline that folds over the shoulders to the lower back and drapes into a flowing full-length train. The lower back feature on the dress was a special requested by Princess Eugenie as she had surgery at the age of twelve correct her scoliosis.

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The Guests:

Celebrities and high senior members of the royal family made up the guest list as well as selected members of the public. It was reported that 850 people attended the ceremony in the chapel. Here’s a look at some of the royal family members and celebrity guests as they arrive in style, despite the very windy weather at the royal wedding:

Sarah Ferguson and Princess Beatrice:

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The Mother of the bride wore an emerald dress designed by Emma Louise – a local from Windsor. She paired it with a vintage Manolo Blahnik bag.  Beatrice, who was also the maid of honor, wore a stunning royal Blue Ralph & Russo design paired with a Sarah Cant hat.

The Duchess of Sussex: 
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Megan Markle wore a Givenchy navy coat for the wedding and accessorized the look with Pippa Small diamond earrings, a ring, and a bracelet.
Cara Delevingne: 
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The supermodel looked chic with a top hat and an Emporio Armani Tuxeddo design by Emporio Armani.
Naomi Campbell: 
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Noami Cambell arrived at the royal wedding in a stylish monochrome Ralph & Russo couture dress. Her dress was paired and accessorized with a Philio Treacy hat and leather gloves.


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