Princess Eugenie's royal wedding is a star-studded affair

While she is unlikely to attract the global attention bestowed on her cousin, Princess Eugenie's wedding will not be a small affair. Eugenie worked closely with Pilotto and De Vos on the design of the gown, according to a statement from the Royal Family.

People reports that Eugenie requested the low back so that her scars - which she got after having surgery at age 12 to correct her scoliosis - were very clearly visible.

"When it is all over, Eugenie will continue to live with an identity experienced by a tiny minority: as a fully fledged princess, gawped at, envied and scrutinised by all", Bell wrote.

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank have enjoyed an afternoon reception inside Windsor Castle's St George's Hall organised by the Queen where the 850 guests enjoyed finger food and wedding cake all washed down with Pol Roger champagne.

Eugenie, 28, is the daughter of Prince Andrew the Duke of York, and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson.

The dress was one of the most copied of her time, and afterward donated to the Metropolian Museum in NY. The Queen and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are also expected to attend.

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Eugenie's sister, Princess Beatrice, served as maid of honour, while Jack's brother Thomas was best man.

Princess Charlotte took a tiny tumble at Princess Eugenie's royal wedding on Friday! She has said previously it's important for people to show their scars.

All eyes were on who was wearing who as the Royal Family arrived at Windsor Castle for Princess Eugenie's wedding.

William and Kate's 5-year-old son, Prince George, served as a page boy, and their daughter, 3-year-old Princess Charlotte, was one of six bridesmaids. She paired the elegant knee-length navy coatdress, which featured a high collar, black buttons and large pockets, with a hat by London-based milliner Noel Stewart, blue clutch and matching pumps.

"In fact, I would go so far as to say he was deeply unhelpful when support would have meant a huge amount to her and the Prince".

  • Michelle Webb