The Royal Family Wedding

Today Prince Eugenie married Jack Brooksbank, and as she made her way into St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle today for her wedding, she looked utterly astounding.


The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, the Prince of Wales, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were all in attendance for the magnificent royal ceremony, joining an 850-strong gathering of dignitaries, royals and VIP guests.

It was absolutely wondrous as people came from far and wide to attend the union of the happy couple.

Guests arrived clutching onto their hats in what were gusty conditions, as the staff were seen replacing a fallen potted tree which was knocked over onto the West Steps of the venue.


David Emanuel, who created Princess Diana’s wedding dress also arrived donning a dark suit over a white T-shirt, as the supermodel, Naomi Campbell walked out in the grounds of Windsor Castle, and slightly ahead of her was Hollywood star Demi Moore, donning a burgundy dress and matching fascinator.

A 22-year-old lady, Amy Gardner travelled from Luton last night before the wedding and stayed in a hotel in Egham. She also went to see Kate and Will’s wedding, so it seems Royal wedding frenzy is back again.

Numerous people travelled from far and wide to see the marriage and many stayed in hotels so that they could see the royal wedding, and the ambience there was surprisingly nice, even with all its grandeur.


Robbie Williams arrived hand-in-hand with his wife Ayda Field, and a photograph of the group was taken outside the church moments before Mr William’s mother-in-law lost her hat.


Princess Eugenie arrived at St George’s Chapel in a 1977 Rolls Royce Phantom VI, accompanied by her father, the Duke of York. The Rolls Royce was given to the Queen in 1978 for her Silver Jubilee by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.



The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, travelled to Westminster Abbey in the same vehicle on her way to marry the Duke of Cambridge in April 2011.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived at St George’s Chapel only five months after Harry and Meghan tied the knot in the selfsame church.

The Duchess of Sussex arrived with Harry and was attired in a navy dress and coat by Givenchy and a hat by Noel Stewart, and the Duchess of Cambridge arrived with the duke bearing a dress by Alexander McQueen and a Philip Treacy hat.

All preparation of the wedding was not personally planned by the Duke of York, all consent has to go through the Queen, and Eugenie was told where the wedding would take place and the Queen adamantly informed her that the wedding was going to be at St George’s.

And the church was packed out ahead of the 11 am ceremony with some 800 people, 200 more than at Harry and Meghan’s nuptials were gathered outside St George’s chapel and attended the afternoon reception, hosted by the Queen in St George’s Hall.

About 1,200 members of the public were given balloted invites to the castle’s Lower Ward, as were charity delegates, children from Eugenie’s old schools and the Royal Household staff.

Prince Charles, Eugenie’s uncle arrived at the church, he also celebrated his own wedding to the Duchess of Cornwall at St George’s Chapel in 2005.


The Queen arrived at the church in Windsor for the wedding, Prince Phillip was by her side as the masses outside St George’s Chapel cheered their appearance.



Jack Brooksbank and his younger brother Thomas were at the top of the aisle moments before the ceremony, with the guests all now seated as Princess Eugenie strolls down the aisle. Princess Eugenie who is ninth in line to the throne was seen donning a pretty white dress with no vail.

Princess Eugenie stood with her soon-to-be-husband Jack Brooksbank as the music inside St George’s Chapel ends and the service starts, with the couple now giving their vows in the church and the exchange of wedding rings.

Princess Eugenie was wearing the most gorgeous wedding dress which was impeccably crafted to fit her perfectly and it was nice to see all that craftsmanship in the dress today.

Published by Angela Lloyd

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