Royal weddings do not disappoint
From Prince William and Kate Middleton 's classic wedding at Westminster Abbey after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle 's gorgeous wedding at St. Geroge's Chapel in Windsor Castle, it's clear enough that British royals know how to assemble a bash wedding. Princess Eugenie and The wedding of Jack Brooksbank on October 12 was no exception.
The princess and the ambassador of Casamigos exchanged vows in St. George's Chapel in front of a number of friends and members of the royal family, including Queen Elizabeth II the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (Prince William and Kate), the Duke and Duchess of Sussex (Prince Harry and Meghan), Prince Philip and more. Fellow Royals Prince George and Princess Charlotte also played a big role in the wedding.
Princess Eugenie wore a wedding dress designed by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos and had a low back that showed their scoliosis scar at 1
1. Let them eat cake: The beautiful wedding cake of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank consisted of five floors of two different flavors, three of which were red velvet, while the others were two chocolate sponge The Royals chose the London-based cake designer Sophie Cabot to honor that great dessert that required 400 eggs, over 50 packs of butter, 44 pounds of sugar and 33 pounds of flour finally feeding 850 people. Cabot said, "I am incredibly excited to have this wonderful opportunity to create such a unique and unique cake, it was wonderful working with Princess Eugenie and Jack and I really hope they enjoy the cake that day . "
The cake had an "autumn theme", given the wedding season. "They wanted to keep it seasonal," Cabot explained. In addition to all the ingredients in the cake, the exterior decoration required hours of sugar work. Some of the ornaments on the cake contain sugar acorns, flowers, maple leaves and ivy.
. 2 A royal farewell: Princess Eugenie and her husband left the wedding in a royal style. The two jumped in an Aston Martin DB10, which was apparently made specifically for another famous British: James Bond. It was one of eight cars designed for the 2015 James Bond movie Specter .
3. Love's the Word: At the reception of the newlyweds on July 11, 1945, the father of Princess Eugenie made Prince Andrew something completely unknown. While giving a moving speech that brought many people to tears, he said, "I'll do something I've never done before," and hugged Brooksbank. Aww!
4. Snack Snacks: Of course, after the royal wedding, there was more than just a reception. After the afternoon meeting, guests strolled to the evening party at the Royal Lodge of Windsor Great Park. The reception was carnival theme and supposedly even had a car ride by car. During the night, participants gulped down a gourmet pizza and enjoyed a plethora of tequila-based drinks such as bowls and margaritas thanks to Brooksbank's Casamigos.
According to HELLO! the festivities continued on Saturday. The publication shared photos of another carnival-like event that had a merry-go-round and various games to play around the field.
5. Star Beaten: One of the night's biggest moments of surprise was when British singer Robbie Williams jumped on stage and began singing. Williams and Ayda Field 's daughter Teddy was one of the bridesmaids at the wedding. Other a-list names included in the wedding Cara Delevingne Demi Moore Naomi Cambell Kate Moss and more
6. The Price of Love: Wedding tabs add up, especially if it's a royal wedding. Compared to the weddings of Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton, Princess Eugenie's wedding included a heavy bill. The cost of security for the wedding on Friday fade compared to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle big day. Princess Eugenie's security was estimated at around £ 2 million (just over $ 2.6 million), while May's Royal Wedding Savings cost £ 30 million.
A petition began in September that required the royal family to pay the wedding, not taxpayers. The royal family paid for the dress, the flowers and the transport.
Congratulations to the royal bridal couples!
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