So you Know Princess Eugenie & Jack Brooksbank are married

Princess Eugenie Jack Brooksbank

Windsor once again received a royal wedding, as did Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, but who today dressed as nuptials and dared to say “Yes, I want to” were the third line princess, Eugenie de York, and Jack Brooksbank.

After being engaged in Nicaragua at the beginning of the year, the princess, daughter of the Duke of York and Sara Ferguson, joined in marriage with her partner in the last seven years, before the entire British crown and the blessing of her grandmother, Isabel II.

With the tremendous weather, rain, wet roads and hundreds of unforeseen weather, which unfortunately left a little watery this love story, but with a great happy ending.

In front of about 850 guests and members of the royal family, in the chapel of San Jorge del of Windsor Castle. The two eldest sons of the Dukes of Cambridge, Prince George, and Princess Carlota have been the children who have started the ceremony, along with other infants. As is tradition, 5 minutes before the beginning of the ceremony that lasted at least one hour, Andrea Bocelli sang and sang to the rhythm of the bridal walk.

The best-kept secret of the link was the white V-neck dress designed by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos. In addition, she held a bouquet of white flowers, Eugenia de York wore a tiara made in 1919 and belongs to the private collection of Queen Elizabeth, in which shone an emerald. The wedding ring has been made of a piece of Welsh gold also given by the monarch.

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The couple broke the protocol quite a bit and invited many celebrities such as Naomi Campbell, Robbie Williams, Cara Delevigne, Kate Moss, Ricky Martin or Demi Moore. The British Royal House reported this possibility a month ago and received more than 100,000 applications. Finally, a selection of 850 has been made to be able to see the real couple up close.

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As expected, the vow of obedience has been left out of reading. Princess Diana did it with Prince Charles in 1981, causing a stir. Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle followed. Now, Eugenie de York is following in her footsteps.


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