Royal wedding: Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank release official wedding photos

Couple 'delighted' to share the images, says palace

Chelsea Ritschel
Sunday 14 October 2018 22:38
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Princess Eugenie and her new husband Jack Brooksbank have released four official photos from their royal wedding.

The portraits were taken by photographer Alex Bramall at Windsor Castle following the couple’s nuptials at St George’s Chapel and later, at the evening reception at Royal Lodge.

In one photo, the newlyweds pose alongside their family, including the Queen and her husband Prince Philip, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and other members of the royal family.

Another portrait shows the couple posing with their two page boys and six bridesmaids in the White Drawing Room at Windsor.

The third photo released is black and white, and shows Eugenie and Jack embracing in the Scottish State Coach following the couple’s carriage procession.

In the picture, the princess is holding her bouquet made of Lily of the Valley, white spray roses and ivy. The bouquet was later placed on the grave of the Unknown Warrior in honour of those who died in World War I.

The bride’s bouquet was placed on the grave of the Unknown Warrior (Getty)

The final picture is of the couple hand-in-hand at Royal Lodge, ahead of their dinner reception.

Eugenie is shown wearing a pink silk gown by Zac Posen which “reflects the blush of an English rose,” according to the palace, and diamond and emerald drop earrings that were given to her as a gift from her husband.

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In a statement, Kensington Palace said the couple is “delighted” to share the images of “their special day.

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