Royal wedding: Princess Eugenie marries Jack Brooksbank at Windsor Castle


Here comes the royal bride!

Princess Eugenie married Jack Brooksbank inside St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on Friday, the same place that Prince Harry wed Meghan Markle five months ago. The newly-married couple smiled throughout the ceremony, which they sealed with a kiss at the top of the steps outside of the chapel.

Eugenie and Brooksbank were positively giddy during the exchanging of vows, with both excitedly saying "I will" to one another. Brooksbank appeared to have tears in his eyes during the princess' vows.

While putting a ring gifted to the couple by Queen Elizabeth herself, Brooksbank had a bit of trouble getting it into his future wife's finger, so the princess helped him slide the gold band into place. Brooksbank, like Prince William, opted to forgo a wedding band.

For her big day, the 28-year-old royal stunned in a gorgeous ivory gown by Peter Pilotto and Christopher de Vos.

Donning an intricate Greville Emerald tiara without a veil, Eugenie's ivory gown was embellished with a subtly embroidered floral design and heavy train. The portrait neckline of the gown, with its folded shoulders and low back, showed of Eugenie's scoliosis scars from childhood.

The entire royal family, with the exception of Duchess Camilla, attended the nuptials on Friday morning: Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, Prince William and Kate Middleton, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Prince George and Princess Charlotte and, of course, Eugenie's immediate family: Mother Sarah "Fergie" Ferguson, her sister Princess Beatrice and her father, Prince Andrew, Duke of York, who walked her down the aisle in a sweet moment.

Also there were a slew of celebrities there: Models Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and Cara Delevingne, singers Ricky Martin, James Blunt and Ellie Goulding, and actors like Demi Moore and Liv Tyler.

Following the ceremony, the couple made their way out of St. George's Chapel and into a carriage for a fairytale ride around the grounds to greet the public.