Published: Mon, October 15, 2018
Entertaiment | By Kelly Sanders

Official royal wedding photos capture intimate moment between Princess Eugenie and groom

Official royal wedding photos capture intimate moment between Princess Eugenie and groom

Prince George was a pageboy.

We don't know about you but we will never get exhausted of watching the royal family get married.

Tamara Beckwith, a friend of Eugenie's mother Sarah Ferguson, posted a sweet photo of her son enjoying a cupcake in a tent filled with lights, greenery and delicious snacks for attendees.

After exchanging her vows in a gorgeous off-the-shoulder gown by Peter Pilotto that showed off her surgery scars, Princess Eugenie slipped on - dare we say - an even more stunning dress for her evening reception.

Female guests had to cling on to their hats as a blustery wind threatened their wedding outfits. The Princess changed into a blush silk gown by designer Zac Posen for the evening festivities. Prince Andrew is said to have rejected the advice and insisted that his younger... Eugenie and Jack left the event by way of an Aston Martin DB10.

One black-and-white shot, taken at Windsor Castle, shows Meghan leaning back against Harry as he wraps his arm around her.

Classical singer Andrea Bocelli performed two songs during the service, accompanied by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

Despite the differences between them, there's no denying all three royal brides looked truly lovely on their wedding days.

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Eugenie's older sister and maid of honour Beatrice read from F Scott Fitzgerald's novel The Great Gatsby.

The Sun focuses on mother of the bride the Duchess of York, revealing how she almost "stole the show" by arriving six minutes late.

There was a reception in St George's Hall hosted by the Queen for the full 850 guests. Brooksbank, who works as a brand ambassador for Casamigos tequila, proposed to Eugenie, an art gallery director, last winter.

Princess Eugenie married her longtime partner Jack Brooksbank in a lovely ceremony on Friday.

That security was provided by Thames Valley Police - and paid for by taxpayers. Harper's Bazaar said the words were in Eugenie's own handwriting.

A comment piece by Judith Woods concludes that the wedding was a "unique and rather lovely" affair, adding: "It may not have been this year's first royal wedding, but it was never going to be second class".

The second photo sees the newlyweds joined by their bridesmaids and pageboys, including Princess Charlotte and Prince George.

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