Royal wedding: The best moments of the day
Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank married in front of a star-studded congregation in St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.
Here are some of the best moments from the royal wedding, as Princess Eugenie married Jack Brooksbank in Windsor:
– Bridesmaids and pageboys take a tumble
Little Princess Charlotte stumbled, and page boy Louis de Givenchy took a tumble while making their way up the West Steps of St George’s Chapel amid the windy weather.
But the youngsters carried on unperturbed into the church with special attendant Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor.
– George and Savannah make mischief
Chatty seven-year-old bridesmaid Savannah Phillips was spotted making pageboy Prince George laugh by imitating the trumpet players providing the fanfare.
Maud Windsor was spotted dancing to the music, before putting both her fingers up her nose and then into her mouth while they waited for the bride.
– Are you the Queen?
On leaving the chapel, Theodora, known as Teddy, asked ex-royal Sarah, Duchess of York in her American accent: “Are you the Queen?”.
The duchess said “Yes” before hurrying away.
– The arrival of the bride
Princess Eugenie looked stunning in her 1950s-inspired gown by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos, which featured a wide fold-over neckline around the shoulders, fitted bodice, full pleated skirt and a long train.
The low back feature allowed Eugenie to proudly show the faint scars from back surgery she had as a child for scoliosis.
– Nervous and emotional groom
Jack Brooksbank nervously fidgeted, took his glasses on and off, rubbed his eyes and held his clenched hand to his mouth as he waited for his bride at the altar with his best man and brother Thomas.
He looked teary when Eugenie finally joined him at the altar.
– The weather
Guests battled against blustery conditions, holding onto their hats as they made their way into St George’s.
– The stars
Celebrities packed the pews for the ninth in line to the throne’s nuptials.
From supermodel Kate Moss to Hollywood actresses Demi Moore and Liv Tyler and singers James Blunt, Ellie Goulding and Ricky Martin, this royal wedding may not have drawn the crowds like the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s – but it rivalled it for high-profile guests.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex firmly held hands as they entered the chapel where they said their own vows just five months ago.
The couple also put their arms around one another outside the church.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are not as prone to public displays of affection as Harry and Meghan.
Exuberant Sarah, the Duchess of York is often known for her over-enthusiastic mannerisms – and the wedding of her youngest daughter was no exception.
She rushed over to meet a member of the public, 83-year-old Jessie Huberty who was a friend of her late mother and embraced her with a large hug.
But she remained composed and kept her head slightly lowered when her former father-in-law passed her to take his seat in the row behind.
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