Sarah Ferguson is not only the mother of the bride, she also emits queen vibes!
As he was walking down the steps of St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle after his daughter's royal wedding, Princess Eugenie, with Jack Brooksbank, one of the bridesmaids, Theodora Williams, 6, asked the Duchess of York if the queen was there.
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Theodora (who is the daughter of British pop star Robbie Williams) stops Ferguson, who is also known by the nickname of Fergie, and asks: "Are you the queen?", To which Fergie immediately responds, " Do not."
But the pop star's daughter continued on her way asking: "Are you a princess?"
"Yes," Fergie replied.
Of course, Fergie is not a princess, but she seemed anxious to prevent the inquisitive member of the bridal party from asking any more questions!
Theodora was one of several bridesmaids during the ceremony on Friday. Also at the bridal party were Prince George, 5, and Princess Charlotte, 3, the children of Eugenie's cousin, Prince William.
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Fergie also caught the attention of the Internet earlier in the day when her exaggerated hat made comparisons with Harry Potter.
It presented a golden band that surrounded the wing and left on both sides of the back, making quick comparisons with the wings or the golden witch, the key element of the Quidditch games in the fantasy series.
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"When you have a #RoyalWedding at 11, but Harry Potter has to catch you to win a Quidditch game at 2", in Fergie's picture of BCC Three.
Another Twitter user added: "And Fergie decided to come as the Golden Snitch."
On Friday, Eugenie, 28, and her longtime boyfriend, Jack, 32, got married. Eugenie came to the chapel with her father, Prince Andrew, and was the princess's girlfriend as she walked down the aisle in a custom dress by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos, who founded the British label Peter Pilotto.
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Attending the service were close relatives and friends, including the royal grandparents of the bride, the Queen and Prince Felipe, and several celebrities. After the reception this afternoon, offered by the Queen in the St. George's Hall at Windsor Castle, later in the evening, the guests will attend a black tie meeting at the Royal Lodge, where the parents of Eugenie, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York.
The party will continue on Saturday with a full festival-style event with a fairground and food stalls.