Princess Eugenie shares throwback photo of her engagement anniversary, looking deeply in love
Time sure does fly by! It seems like just yesterday that Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank got engaged and yet is already the first anniversary of the event.
On January 22, 2018, the couple announced their engagement. On that day this year, Eugenie posted a photograph of her engagement announcement on her Instagram account as a throwback.
In the photograph, Eugenie, who is 28 years old is pictured with Jack, who is 33 years old, while they admire the engagement ring.
Their actual engagement occurred on New Years Day in 2018 while the couple was on holiday in Nicaragua. They only announced their engagement later, which is in keeping with royal protocol.
On October 12 last year Jack and Eugenie got married at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle. This is also where the Duke and Duchess of Sussex held their wedding last year.
Since their marriage, Jack has accompanied Eugenie to all her royal engagements, such as the Christmas Day service last year.
They live close to Eugenie’s cousins in Ivy Cottage which is in Kensington Palace grounds.
Jack and Eugenie included their families’ young children in the ceremony, which included the two eldest children of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge; George and Charlotte.
George was a pageboy and Charlotte was a bridesmaid. When the children entered the church, cameras captured Kate’s beaming smile as she showed her pride over having her children in the procession.
Other children in the procession included Louis de Givenchy, Mia Tindall, Isla and Savannah Phillips, Teddy Williams, and Maud Windsor.
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Princess Eugenie has a thriving Instagram account, but it has prompted people to ask why she is the only one who is allowed to use social media.
She mainly posts about her work with different organizations, but occasionally posts about her husband and family.
The reason why she may use social media is that she is not a working royal like her cousins. She does not have royal duties but works at the Hauser and Wirth gallery in London.