On October 12, Princess Eugenia married her longtime love, Jack Brooksbank, in a romantic ceremony in front of the royal family, famous friends and family. But even after that unforgettable kiss and a carriage ride through the streets of Windsor, there was still plenty for the royal guests and observers to watch over, thanks to the weddings and parties after Princess Eugenia and Brooksbank, People.
First, the guests were invited to a standing lunch reception, which, according to PeopleIt was similar to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. (The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex were married in the same place as Eugenie and Brooksbank, St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle, in May.) He introduced Eugenie's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, at the reception from lunch, snacks were presented as small bites. of beef in Yorkshire pudding and small Scottish eggs, champagne and the five-tier red velvet wedding cake with autumn theme.
But it was the couple's night, the black tie reception at the Royal Lodge in Windsor (a residence that Eugenie's father, Prince Andrew, shares with the mother of the bride and Andrew's ex-wife, Sarah Ferguson), where the guests really had to let go and celebrate. After making an unforgettable outing of his lunch in a DB10 of Aston Martin, he showed up at a James Bond Movie: The happy couple got underway in a nightly event that looks like the coolest party in real history.
Naturally, given that Brooksbank is the United Kingdom's ambassador for the Casamogos tequila of George Clooney and Rande Gerber's, the evening reception included a variety of tequila drinks made with the famous liquor, including margaritas (which , yes, it means that the Queen was probably drinking a margarita last night). .) In addition to author's cocktails and margaritas, People reports that Eugenie and Brooksbank treated their guests with pizzas from a gourmet food truck.
After eating and drinking until satisfied, everyone enjoyed a performance by English pop star Robbie Williams, whose 6-year-old daughter, Theodora, was one of Eugenie's bridesmaids. Williams sang his iconic single, "Angels," as well as the classic pop numbers "of different artists that the crowd sang," as reported by a party source at People.
And, so you do not worry that Eugenie and Brooksbank have not celebrated enough, the newlyweds would still have many parties to do on Saturday, October 13th. First, Eugenie honored the royal tradition by depositing her wedding bouquet at the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior at Westminster Abbey in London. It began for the first time with Queen Elizabeth's mother, Elizabeth Bowles-Lyon in 1923, and all royal brides have deposited their bouquet in the grave, whether they were married in Westminister Abbey or not.
After paying tribute to the unknown warriors who fought for the United Kingdom, Eugenie, Brooksbank and their friends and relatives continued the party and the party that described the Sunday time as "a relaxed party", to counter the "more formal celebration" of Friday.
"There will be dodgems and funfair, coconut coconuts, many food stalls, lots of cocktails, bloody Marys for hangovers and a festival atmosphere," Times informed
One thing is clear from all the details about the receptions and the aftermath of Eugenie and Brooksbank: these two certainly know how to have a good time. As befits someone who works for a tequila company, this royal wedding had everything a couple could look for in a good event, and possibly establishes this royal wedding as the funniest royal wedding in recent history. Pizza, daisies, fairground attractions: Suddenly, brides all over the world have all kinds of new and fun things to add to their wedding Pinterest boards to make sure they too can celebrate their big day like a princess.