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A significant number of the guests were showbusiness celebrities. So how on earth do they all know Eugenie? ALISON BOSHOFF explains.
The bride wanted to show off her most precious feature – the slender silver scar on her back left after an eight-hour operation to correct scoliosis on her spine when she was 12, a brave public statement.
DINAH VAN TULLEKEN: Designers Peter Pilotto were a surprising choice for a royal wedding dress. But for Eugenie (pictured), the choice wasn’t controversial.
One bride was born a princess and the other was a TV star yet both Eugenie of York and the Duchess of Sussex have wowed the nation as stunning royal brides, just five months apart.
Family and friends of Eugenie and Jack have taken to social media to offer a glimpse into the love and laughter shared between the happy couple at Windsor Castle today.
Royal watchers were hoping to sight her among the guests, as Britain's Princess Eugenie wed tequila brand ambassador Jack Brooksbank on Friday.
The Duke of Sussex, 33, wore distressed brogues to the star-studded occasion that saw Eugenie tie the knot in front of 850 royals, aristocrats, VIPs and friends.
Andrea Bocelli advert airs during ITV's royal wedding coverage after the singer performed for Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank during their ceremony.
The blind opera singer, a close friend of the Duchess of York, was invited to perform at the wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank where he also sang Panis Angelicus.
Princess Eugenie was said to have been reminded of Jack Brooksbank when she saw a description of the eponymous character in The Great Gatsby.
Newlyweds Eugenie and Jack beamed with delight and waved to onlookers.
Ayda Field Williams, 39, sported a cream-coloured skirt suit from Armani Privé as she arrived at St. George's Chapel this morning to watch Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank tie the knot.
Princess Eugenie’s father Prince Andrew waited by the door of Windsor Castle as the newlyweds embarked on their married life together.
The 1,200 members of the public invited to join in the royal wedding celebrations within the grounds of Windsor Castle were each given a cotton bag filled with an estimated £15 of treats.
Eugenie, 28, and Jack, 32, will cut the cake during their afternoon reception at Windsor Castle, hosted by the Queen. The towering creation was made by London-based cake designer Sophie Cabot.
Buckingham Palace has not announced any new titles for Princess Eugenie and her new husband today, meaning they will go by the names of Mr and Mrs Brooksbank.
Moment Zara Tindall tells Prince Harry 'It's quiet compared to your wedding' in cheeky chat in St George's chapel in Windsor as Princess Eugenie weds Jack Brooksbank.