The most recent portraits of real weddings are here, and they are impressive.
On Saturday, Princess Eugenia and Jack Brooksbank published four official portraits of the royal wedding on Friday.
The newlyweds chose Alex Bramall, who previously photographed Eugenie for a 2016 broadcast on The Harper's Bazaar, to capture the great day. The British fashion photographer, whose work has appeared in magazines such as fashion Y Vanity FairHe took portraits at Windsor Castle after the wedding ceremony.
"It is an honor and a privilege to be invited to photograph Princess Eugenia and Jack on this special day," Bramall said in a statement issued by the palace.
The two formal portraits of the group were taken at the White Drawing Room at Windsor Castle. A sincere black and white photo shows the couple at the Scottish Stage Coach who rode after exchanging their vows in the Chapel of St. George. And the last portrait, taken at Royal Lodge, reveals the exquisite Zac Posen dress that Eugenie wore for the wedding reception at night.
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Eugenie was the ultimate princess bride in a dress with a tight bodice and a full pleated skirt, which was designed by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos, who founded the British label Peter Pilotto, in London in 2007.
The royal bride adorned her hair with Tiara Greville Emerald Kokoshnik, something borrowed from her real grandmother. The tiara was made in 1919 in the fashionable style "kokoshnik" popularized in the Russian imperial court. Princess Eugenia also wore earrings of diamonds and emeralds, a gift from the groom and Charlotte Olympia shoes.
The long-time couple married in front of 800 guests, who later joined them for a lunch offered by the Queen at Windsor Castle and a night reception at the Royal Lodge, which is the royal residence of Prince Andrew that shares with his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson.