Princess Eugenie wedding: ‘Exclusion zone' around Sarah Ferguson, expert claims

Eugenie kept her tiara on as well.   Steve Parsons  WPA Pool  Getty Images

Eugenie kept her tiara on as well. Steve Parsons WPA Pool Getty Images

The final image shows the couple at Royal Lodge, the York family home in Windsor, ahead of the private dinner Friday evening.

A group photograph taken in the White Drawing Room at Windsor shows both the bride and groom's families.

Their immediate families are also with them, meaning Sarah the Duchess of York, who was divorced from Eugenie's father, Prince Andrew the Duke of York, 22 years ago, has appeared in an official photograph with the monarch for the first time in decades.

Tamara Beckwith, a friend of Eugenie's mother Sarah Ferguson, posted a sweet photo of her son enjoying a cupcake in a tent filled with lights, greenery and delicious snacks for attendees.

Often referred to for her fashion faux pas at the wedding of her cousin Prince William, Princess Eugenie has sent fashion tongues wagging for all the right reasons this weekend.

Rather than the neatly styled bun, she wore for during the ceremony, Eugenie instead wore her hair out, held back with a hair slide that belongs to Her Majesty The Queen.

However, it looks like Eugenie and Jack also wanted to enjoy a more relaxed celebration and that's exactly what they did with their third wedding party.

Princess Charlotte, 3, daughter of Prince William and his wife Kate, was a bridesmaid, and her brother, Prince George, 5, a page boy.

The bride and groom said in a statement that "Mr. Posen was inspired by the beauty of Windsor and the surrounding countryside".

Queen Elizabeth II and Britain's Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh wait for the carriage carrying Princess Eugenie of York and her husband Jack Brooksbank to pass at the start of the procession after their wedding ceremony at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle.

The princess wears diamond and emerald earrings, which were a gift from her husband. It was originally a brooch commissioned in 1830 and passed down to Queen Victoria in 1837, and then to Queen Elizabeth in 1952.

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