Princess Eugenie's royal wedding boosts ITV's This Morning ratings

Lawrence Kim
October 14, 2018

Princess Eugenie of York and Jack Brooksbank are photographed at Royal Lodge, Windsor, England, ahead of the private evening dinner.

One of the photographs released Saturday shows the couple sharing a kiss in the Scottish State Coach as it returns to Windsor Castle at the end of the procession.

Britain's Princess Eugenie of York (C) walks up the aisle to marry Jack Brooksbank during their wedding ceremony in St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle.

Her mother, Sarah Ferguson was spotted to the right of the photograph near Prince Andrew and Princess Beatrice.

The 92-year-old queen and her husband, Prince Philip, attended the wedding, along with other senior royals, including Prince Charles; Prince William and his wife Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge; and Prince Harry with Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex.

Eugenie, who works as an associate director at a London art gallery, wore her childhood surgery scars with pride, in a gown which exposed signs of a spinal op she had at the age of 12.

However, it looks like Eugenie and Jack also wanted to enjoy a more relaxed celebration and that's exactly what they did with their third wedding party.

Princess Eugenie's stunning diamond and emerald tiara was a highlight of her bridal look, but the hairpiece she chose to wear with her evening reception gown has a long and fascinating royal history.

Future king Prince George is looking at the camera with a beaming smile next to sister Princess Charlotte, who is dangling her legs with her feet crossed.

According to the Duke of York's household staff, the choice of colour for the gown "reflects the blush of an English rose" and Posen "took his inspiration from the white rose of York". The caped back is held together with gorgeous embroidered replicas of the White Rose of York. It was originally a brooch commissioned in 1830 and passed down to Queen Victoria in 1837, and then to Queen Elizabeth in 1952.

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