Princess Eugenie Has a Gorgeous Black and White Wedding Photo on Display in Her Cottage
Prince Harry shared a video featuring Ed Sheeran, shot at his cousin, Princess Eugenie's home. The footage revealed the beautiful black and white portrait from Eugenie's wedding that was hanging on the wall of her cottage.
Prince Harry and musician Ed Sheeran look to have a project in the works. A short clip shared on the Instagram page of Harry, and Meghan Markle points to that fact, and also inadvertently revealed a romantic wedding photo of Princess Eugenie from her marriage last year.
WHAT DO PRINCE HARRY AND ED SHEERAN HAVE PLANNED?
That will be the question on the minds of many who viewed the video shared by the Prince on the official Sussex Royal Instagram page. The short video begins with Ed Sheeran ringing the doorbell to the cottage, and soon Prince Harry opens up, and the two men exchange pleasantries.
Ed then asks Harry if he could bring the camera in, to which the Prince duly obliged. The video then switches to a black screen with the announcement, "Tomorrow 10th October."
Prince Harry captioned the post with the words;
"Coming Soon…@teddysphotos #WMHD."
The video serves as a teaser to Ed Sheeran and Prince Harry's collaboration to honor the World Mental Health Awareness Day.
THE VIDEO ALSO HAS ANOTHER REVEAL
Apart from teasing their upcoming project, the video also showed that Prince Harry was at the home of his cousin, Princess Eugenie, as the camera caught sight of a wedding picture of her and her husband, Jack Brooksbank.
The photo, a black and white photograph, showed the couple share a romantic kiss while seated in a Scottish Stage Coach that conveyed them after their marriage was sealed at St. George's Chapel.
The photo was also posted by the Official page of "The Royal Family" soon after the wedding, with a caption that described the moment the then newly married couple shared.
THE PHOTOGRAPH IS ONE OUT OF FOUR
The portrait hanging on the wall of Princess Eugenie is one of the four photographs released by the Princess and her husband after their wedding ceremony. The pictures were taken by British Photographer, Alex Bramall, who previously captured the Princess.
The photographs released included two formal group photos captured in the White Drawing Room, the black and white photo mentioned above, and another which showed the couple in the dresses they wore for their wedding reception.