Published: Sun, October 14, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

Hours After Ceremony, Guests Sell Gift Bags From Princess Eugenie’s Wedding Online

Hours After Ceremony, Guests Sell Gift Bags From Princess Eugenie’s Wedding Online

The newlyweds are said to be "delighted" to share the four photographs, which were taken by British fashion and portrait photographer Alex Bramall.

Here the couple are pictured with their Bridesmaids and Page Boys.

Meanwhile, Judi said the Queen and Prince Philip, who adopted a more relaxed pose, (left) couldn't have looked happier.

It's the first time since Sarah Ferguson has appeared in an official photograph since she and Eugenie's father, Prince Andrew the Duke of York split 22 years ago.

Two days and three celebrity-studded parties later, the wedding celebrations of Princess Eugenie and her new husband, Jack Brooksbank, were last night approaching an end.

The images were taken by Alex Bramall at Windsor Castle and later at a private dinner at Royal Lodge.

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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.

While Princess Eugenie's breathtaking Peter Pilotto wedding gown was unforgettable, with it's custom ivory jacquard fabric folded just so to create a draped shoulder, purposeful dip in the back and sweeping train, her second bridal look was just as stunning.

Eugenie set off her evening look with diamond and emerald drop earrings which were a wedding gift from the groom, and a hair slide belonging to the Queen.

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 internet is abuzz following Princess Eugenie's fairytale at Windsor Castle on Friday and it's all because of the Duchess of Sussex's outfit choice.

The US designer said he was inspired by the beauty of Windsor and its surrounding countryside, and picked the colour of the dress to reflect the blush of an English rose. The caped back is held together with gorgeous embroidered replicas of the White Rose of York. Queen Victoria's Wheat-Ear Brooches were originally commissioned by William IV in 1830 for Queen Adelaide.

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