Princess Eugenie's second wedding dress stunned the crowd with its silhouette and stylish color
Princess Eugenie wore a beautiful dress inspired on the English Rose to her wedding reception and she looked beautiful.
The royal married her longtime lover, Jack Brooksbank, on Friday, October 12, 2018, in a ceremony with over 800 guests at Windsor Castle.
As it can be seen in a photo shared by Alex Bramall, the photographer, on his Instagram page, Eugenie truly looked like a Princess next to the man of her dreams.
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After tying the knot at St. George's Chapel, the same venue where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle said 'I do' on May 19, the couple changed into their second outfits of the day.
Eugenie, who wore a wedding dress designed by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos, put on a blush silk gown created by American designer Zac Posen.
Brooksbank stripped off his wedding attire for a sleek black tuxedo for the evening festivities at Royal Lodge, Prince Andrew's official royal residence.
As previously mentioned, Bramall was the man responsible for snapping all the important shots, including the official wedding portraits, which were later shared online.
He photographed Princess Eugenie looking sweetly at her husband in the silk dress, which, according to Posen, was inspired by the White Rose of York.
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Princess Eugenie adorned her hair with a hair slide lent to her by Queen Elizabeth, which can also be worn as a brooch, having been originally created for Queen Adelaide in 1830.
But although Eugenie looked gorgeous in the silk gown, her wedding dress received more attention than anything else, especially because of the Princess' particular request.
Brave Eugenie shows off the scars from her scoliosis operation in her low-backed Peter Pilotto dress. The princess had surgery for the spinal condition when she was 12 and underwent an eight-hour operation to correct it. pic.twitter.com/UWA4eNJW3T— Rebecca English (@RE_DailyMail) October 12, 2018
According to her, she wanted a dress with an open back so she could put her scoliosis scar on display and prove that one shouldn't be afraid to show the world their imperfections.