Official wedding photos of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank released
The Palace has released the pictures
By Liz Tse
Content Manager / October 14 2018
Royal Highness Princess Eugenie of York and Mr Jack Brooksbank have released four official photographs from their wedding day.
Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank are pictured holding hands and kissing on their wedding day in one of the photographs released to mark the event.
The images were taken by photographer Alex Bramall at Windsor Castle and later in the day at the private evening reception at Royal Lodge.
One intimate black and white image shows the couple having a kiss inside the Scottish State Coach as they returned to Windsor Castle after the carriage procession.
The newlyweds are said to be “delighted” to share the four photographs.
A group photograph taken in the White Drawing Room at Windsor shows both the bride and groom’s families.
Eugenie’s mother – Sarah, Duchess of York – is standing next to a seated Duke of Edinburgh, with the Duke of York to her other side, and all three are smiling for the camera.
The Queen’s husband is thought to have a frosty relationship with “Fergie”, who divorced Andrew in 1996.
On Friday, a grinning Fergie gave a big sigh of relief as she took her seat in the chapel for the wedding ceremony, and spent a great deal of time waving at guests in the pews opposite.
But she remained composed and kept her head slightly lowered when her former father-in-law passed her to take his seat in the row behind.
It was believed to be the first time they had been pictured together in 26 years after she was cast out from the royals amid her “toe sucking” scandal in the 1990s.
In the back row of the photo is: Mr Thomas Brooksbank; Mrs Nicola Brooksbank; Mr George Brooksbank; Her Royal Highness Princess Beatrice of York; Sarah, Duchess of York; His Royal Highness The Duke of York
In the middle row is: His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge; Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Cambridge; Her Majesty The Queen; His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh; Miss Maud Windsor; Master Louis De Givenchy;
In the front row: Miss Theodora Williams; Miss Mia Tindall; Miss Isla Phillips; Miss Savannah Phillips.
In the second photo an image of the bridal party shows Theodora, daughter of pop star Robbie Williams and wife Ayda Field, standing right next to Mr Brooksbank, who rests his hand on her shoulder.
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.
Back row: His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge; Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Cambridge; Miss Theodora Williams; Miss Isla Phillips; Master Louis De Givenchy
Front row: Miss Mia Tindall; Miss Savannah Phillips; Miss Maud Windsor.
In the third photo Princess Eugenie and Mr Brooksbank are pictured in the Scottish State Coach, upon its return to Windsor Castle following the Carriage Procession.
The couple are photographed sharing a kiss while seated in the carriage.
In the fourth photo Princess Eugenie and Mr Brooksbank are pictured at Royal Lodge, Windsor ahead of the private evening dinner, following their Wedding.
Princess Eugenie's evening dress was designed by Zac Posen. Mr Posen was inspired by the beauty of Windsor and the surrounding countryside. The choice of colour reflects the blush of an English rose. Mr Posen took his inspiration from the White Rose of York.
The pin-tucked plissé is cut on the bias and mixed with signature drapes.
The White Rose of York is subtlety embroidered on both the shoulder and back which hold together the cape.
The silk for the gown comes from the British Mill, Biddle Sawyer Silk.
Princess Eugenie is wearing diamond and emerald drop earrings which were a Wedding gift from the Groom.
Princess Eugenie also wore a hair slide belonging to Her Majesty The Queen. Queen Victoria’s Wheat-Ear Brooches were originally commissioned by William IV in 1830 for Queen Adelaide. They were passed down to Queen Victoria in 1837, and eventually to The Queen in 1952. Her Majesty has worn them as both hair slides and brooches.