The princess Eugenia remembers the "best" day of her life.
On Thursday, Eugenie shared an impressive black and white photo of her wedding day with Jack Brooksbank.
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"#Tbt to THE best day of my life," Eugenie subtitled the photo, which shows herself and Jack in a sweet embrace.
The lifelong lovers, who met in 2010, were married in a fairytale ceremony in the Chapel of St. George at Windsor Castle on October 12.
Eugenie, who arrived at the chapel with her father, Prince Andrew, was the princess's girlfriend as she walked down the aisle to marry Jack in a custom Peter Pilotto dress.
Princess Beatrice, Eugenie's sister, was her maid of honor and wore a skirt and a dark blue jacket by Ralph & Russo and a matching hat by Sarah Cant.
Attending the service were close relatives and friends, including the royal grandparents of the bride, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, as well as the cousins Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Several of the couple's famous friends were also present.
After the ceremony, Eugenie, Jack and her guests enjoyed a reception lunch, where they were really released.
A gourmet pizza truck provided food, and the Casamigos margaritas were the cocktail of choice. After all, Jack works as a brand manager for the tequila brand started by George Clooney and Rande Gerber, who sold the company for $ 1 billion last year. (However, neither Clooney nor Gerber attended the royal wedding).
The standing reception (just as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had followed their nuptials in May!) Took place in the Waterloo Chamber, the Great Reception Hall and St. George's Hall in Windsor Castle.
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Prince Andrew and Jack gave speeches during the reception. Andrew had a little fun at the expense of his new son-in-law during his speech, making the crowd laugh.
"The Duke told a story about his dog Jack. [a Norfolk terrier], "A source at the wedding says to the people." One day, I think it was early in the relationship, he shouted, "Jack, get up from the chair! & # 39; And the dog did not move. But Jack did it!