Princess Eugenie and her husband, Jack Brooksbank, are one year in marriage, and the Princess of York celebrated it by posting a sweet video, previously unseen, which showed moments from their wedding ceremony last year.
One year after her wedding, Princess Eugenie is celebrating her wedding anniversary, posting a romantic video, which had clips from their wedding ceremony, on her Instagram page.
FOREVER AND ALWAYS
The Princess of York shared the lovely video on Instagram on their anniversary. The video began with an introductory caption that read, "The Wedding of Eugenie & Jack," and also had sound clips of the officiating Priest, as well as the couple's exchange of vows.
It showed the moment Eugenie climbed the steps and walked down the aisle with her father, Prince Andrew, as well as when the couple shared their first kiss.
The couple's departure from the church in the Royal Chariot was also shown, with the video ending the way it had begun, with the introductory caption.
In her caption to the post, Princess Eugenie reminisced on her wedding being the greatest day of her life;
"This was the greatest day of my life…forever and always! Happy one year anniversary, my jack!!"
Many fans of the Princess thronged her comment section to wish her a happy wedding anniversary.
PRINCESS BEATRICE'S MARRIAGE WILL DIFFER FROM THAT OF EUGENIE
Princess Eugenie's older sister, Beatrice, recently announced her engagement to Italian Billionaire Property Owner, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi. The wedding is set to hold in 2020 but would be a low key affair compared to that of Eugenie's.
The sisters share a close bond, but have different preferences, with close friends to Beatrice saying that she wants her wedding to be a less extravagant ceremony, much unlike that of her sister's.
EUGENIE CONGRATULATES BEATRICE ON HER ENGAGEMENT
After news of Beatrice's engagement filtered in, younger sister, Eugenie, who took the engagement photos of her sister and fiancé, took to Instagram to write her a congratulatory message.
Eugenie shared her excitement at her sister's engagement, adding that Beatrice and Edoardo were always meant to be.