2018 Royal wedding day of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbanks' -Peter Pilotto wedding dress

Royal wedding day of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbanks'

Princess Eugenie stuns in show-stopping Peter Pilotto wedding dress, Greville tiara

It was another royal wedding to remember.



When Princess Eugenie of York married her longtime boyfriend, Jack Brooksbank, in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on Friday, it was a day crowded with scenes of high romance and deep emotion, tradition and modernity, plus gobsmacking fashion and jewels.

And don't forget the sweetness overload.

It was another royal wedding to remember.


When Princess Eugenie of York married her longtime boyfriend, Jack Brooksbank, in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on Friday, it was a day crowded with scenes of high romance and deep emotion, tradition and modernity, plus gobsmacking fashion and jewels.

And don't forget the sweetness overload.

                                 



Princess Eugenie's grandfather, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh and Queen Elizabeth II's husband of nearly 71 years, made it to the wedding of his beloved granddaughter, no doubt causing more than a few eyes to water with pride.

Until the last minute it was not certain he would: He's 97, retired from public life and still recovering from hip replacement surgery. There were cheers when he was first spotted sitting next to the queen in the car. 

He walked unaided into the church a few paces behind Her Majesty, as he has done innumerable times before over her 66-year-reign, a familiar and reassuring emblem of endurance

Princess Eugenie 

Princess Beatrice, the bride's older sister and maid of honor, read from the Great American Novel, F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby," when she delivered the second reading during the service. The passage was about the central character's "rare smile with a quality of eternal reassurance."

The Dean of Windsor, the Rev. David Conner who presided, told the congregation that Eugenie read the novel when she first started dating Brooksbank, and chose that passage because it reminded her of her fiancé and his own warm smile.

Sweet, even though "Gatsby" has been interpreted as Fitzgerald's critique of the lifestyles of the rich and pathetically frivolous American society in the 1920 s.








Eugenie's Peter Pilotto gown was a stunner all around but it was special in another way, too: Eugenie wanted the back to dip low enough to show her scars from scoliosis surgery (eight hours, titanium rods inserted near spine) when she was 12.

The dress featured a wide V-neckline that folded around the shoulders to a low back that draped into a flowing full-length train.

Eugenie has long been open about her health struggles. As she told ITV during an interview on the eve of the wedding, "I think you can change the way beauty is, and you can show people your scars, and I think it's really special to stand up for that."

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooks banks' royal wedding day


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