The happy couple joined the procession after their wedding on a carriage ride through Windsor.

It was another royal wedding to remember.

When Princess Eugenia of York married her long-time boyfriend, Jack Brooksbank, in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on Friday, it was a day full of scenes of great romanticism, deep emotion, tradition and modernity, plus of fashion and great jewelry.

And do not forget the overload of sweetness.

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These are some of the main moments of the second royal wedding in five months, after the nuptials of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle observed on May 19 around the world.

1. Gramps was there

Queen Elizabeth II and her husband, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, at the wedding of his granddaughter, Princess Eugenie of York, with his Jack Brooksbank, in the chapel of St. George, in Windsor Castle, in Windsor, on October 12, 2018. (Photo: ALASTAIR GRANT / Pool / AFP / Getty Images)

The grandfather of Princess Eugenie, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh and the husband of Queen Elizabeth II of almost 71 years, attended the wedding of his beloved granddaughter, no doubt causing more than a few eyes to water with pride.

Until the last minute he was not sure what he would do: he is 97 years old, he retired from public life and is still recovering from Hip replacement surgery. There was cheering when he was first seen sitting next to the queen in the car.

He walked without help to the church a few steps behind His Majesty, as he has done countless times before his reign of 66 years, a familiar and reassuring emblem of resistance.

2. Dramatic reading of Princess Beatrix of & # 39; The Great Gatsby & # 39;

Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York and Princess Beatrice of York at the wedding of Princess Eugenie of York with Jack Brooksbank in the Chapel of St. George on October 12, 2018 in Windsor. (Photo: WPA Pool, Getty Images)

Princess Beatrice, the older sister of the bride and maid of honor, read the Great American Novel, "The Great Gatsby" by F. Scott Fitzgerald, when he delivered the second reading during the service. The passage was about the "rare smile with an eternal quality" of the central character.

The dean of Windsor, the Reverend David Conner who presided, told the congregation that Eugenie read the novel when she started dating Brooksbank, and chose that passage because it reminded her of her fiancé and her warm smile.

Sweet, although "Gatsby" has been interpreted as Fitzgerald's critique of the lifestyles of the rich and pathetically frivolous American society in the 1920s.

3. The dress that showed the scars.

The scar on the back of Princess Eugenia of York is clearly visible when she arrives for her wedding with Jack Brooksbank in the Chapel of St. George, Windsor Castle, in Windsor, on October 12, 2018. (Photo: TOBY MELVILLE / AFP / Getty Images)

Eugenie's Peter Pilotto dress was a marvel for everyone, but it was also special in another way: Eugenie she wanted her back to sink enough to show her the scars of scoliosis surgery (eight hours, with titanium rods inserted near her spine) when she was 12 years old.

The dress had a wide V neckline that was folded around the shoulders to a low back that fell on a train that flowed along its entire length.

Eugenie has been open for a long time about her health problems. As he told ITV during an interview on the eve of the wedding: "I think you can change the way beauty is, and you can show people your scars, and I think it's really special to defend that."

Four. Blowing in the wind

A guest loses a hat in the wind when he arrives for the wedding of Princess Eugenia of York and Jack Brooksbank in the Chapel of St. George, Windsor Castle, on October 12, 2018. (Photo: Aaron Chown / Pool / AP)

At least it did not rain, but surely it exploded. No wonder, this is England after all. But it ravages hair and hats, the latter being of rigor in British weddings and royal weddings especially.

Some women almost lost their hats, including the mother of the bride Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, who was seen grabbing Kelly's green top with wings as she entered the church.

Eugenie's mother, Sarah Ferguson (formerly the Duchess of York) had to hold on to her hat when she entered the chapel of St. George. (Photo: Victoria Jones, AP)

Television coverage showed the wind sweeping the fascinating head of a woman in a burgundy cocktail dress, forcing her escort to chase him. Almost all the women had to cling tightly to their chapeau in the gusts.

The queen, who has long advised young royal women to sew the hems of her dresses, was not affected by the gusts of wind, but the Duchess Kate.

When she stood on the steps of the church after the ceremony, she had to hold the skirt of her Alexander McQueen raspberry dress to prevent her from flying high above her knees in the wind.

Worse yet, the bridesmaid of Princess Charlotte and the godfather Louis de Givenchy each one collapsed up the steps to the church due to the force of the wind, and the dress of her adolescent caretaker flew away while she helped them.

Princess Charlotte, who served as maid of honor, recovers from a stumble caused by the wind on the steps of the church. (Photo: NEIL HALL, EPA-EFE)

Considering the weather, it was smart to send Eugenie and Jack in their procession of carriages in the Scottish glazed state coach. Harry and Meghan traveled in an open carriage for their post-wedding procession in a sunny and calm climate.

5. The tiara rarely seen.

This time they were among a flock of their young royal cousins ​​who fluttered in white dresses and uniforms designed by Amaia Arrieta of Amaia Kids.

The ridiculous facial expressions of George and the undeniable charism of Charlotte, is an expert in the real wave: enchanted photographers and anyone who has seen them.

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