Published: Mon, October 15, 2018
Worldwide | By Isabel Fisher

United Kingdom fans flocked to TV to watch Princess Eugenie’s wedding

United Kingdom fans flocked to TV to watch Princess Eugenie’s wedding

To attend her evening reception at Royal Lodge, the bride slipped into a blush design by Zac Posen and the groom a dapper tux - and they chose not to reveal the looks until her official portraits by Alex Bramall were released the following day.

Unlike previous royal brides and grooms - including Harry and Meghan, William and Kate, and Charles and Diana - the newlyweds do not appear to have opted for the traditional "sitting down" photo. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, as the couple are now known, were among Friday's congregation.

Eugenie's decision to refrain from hiding her scar caught the attention of others with scars from scoliosis surgery, who voiced support for Eugenie and spoke about how it was inspiring sight to see.

Buckingham Palace also offered a glimpse into Princess Eugenie and Brooksbank's private wedding dinner event.

Trump did not congratulate Meghan Markle, who is American, for her marriage to England's Prince Harry earlier this year.


Photos have since emerged on social media of celebrities partying the night away, including fashion icons Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne who have all posed for snaps on Instagram.

Video footage show happy guests letting their hair down inside the wedding marquee as they sing along to live music by a musician playing the trumpet. As a matter of fact, many royal fans and critics noticed that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge showed a rare public display of affection and it was all caught on camera, too.

She said in the recent interview with the BBC's The One Show: "They are thrilled because I write children's books and I'm a child - I haven't grown up".

Kensington Palace Mia Tindall, Savannah Phillips, Maud Windsor, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Theodora Williams, Isla Phillips and Louis De Givenchy are pictured with Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank in an official portrait. Next to the Queen is her husband, Prince Philip. The ceremony was followed by the traditional carriage ride through the streets of Windsor and a lunch celebration at St. George's Hall Grand Reception Room hosted by Queen Elizabeth for the couple's 800 guests.

Of course, it wasn't the only sweet moment between the couple at the royal wedding.

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