Princess Eugenie’s wedding photographers share unseen snap taken moments before she arrived at St George’s Chapel to mark her third anniversary with Jack Brooksbank
- Princess Eugenie’s wedding photographers shared a previously unseen snap
- The Queen’s granddaughter looked effortlessly glamorous in her wedding gown
- Royal can be seen gazing down at her hands as she arrives at St George’s Chapel
- Comes as mother-of-one celebrated her third anniversary with Jack Brooksbank
- Yesterday, Eugenie shared a snap from her wedding reception on Instagram
Princess Eugenie’s wedding photographers delighted royal fans after sharing an unseen snap from her glamorous wedding to mark her three year anniversary with husband Jack Brooksbank.
The Queen’s granddaughter, 31, who welcomed her first son August Philip Hawke Brooksbank earlier this year, married Jack in a lavish ceremony at St George’s Chapel in Windsor in October 2018.
Yesterday, Divine Day Photography took to Instagram to reveal the photograph as Eugenie arrived at the venue in the wedding car ahead of the big event.
In the snap, Eugenie cut an elegant figure as she gazed down at her hands in her crisp white low-back dress by Peter Pilotto.
Princess Eugenie’s wedding photographers delighted royal fans after sharing an unseen snap from her glamorous wedding to mark her three year anniversary with husband Jack Brooksbank
The wedding photographer captioned the post: ‘One of my favourites of HRH Princess Eugenie on her way to make it official.
‘What an honour. Three years ago today gorgeous one…Happy Anniversary to you both!’
It comes hours after Eugenie shared a previously unseen snap from her wedding reception as she embraced her husband.
Eugenie captioned the picture: ‘Happy Anniversary my love.. 3 years today!!’
Yesterday, Princess Eugenie shared a previously unseen snap from the couple’s wedding reception as she cuddled up to her husband
The Queen’s granddaughter, 31, who shares son August Philip Hawke Brooksbank, eight months, with Jack, took to Instagram (pictured) to reveal the photograph in which she can be seen embracing her husband
In the snap, the royal could be seen wearing her classic peach-hued gown by Zac Posen, which she wore to her evening reception in October 2018.
Jack, who is the European Brand Director for Casamigos tequila which was founded by George Clooney and Rande Gerber, looked equally dazzling in a sharp suit.
The royal recently followed in the footsteps of her cousins Prince Harry and Prince William, by launching an urgent plea for people to protect the Earth’s oceans.
Eugenie is an ambassador of the Blue Marine Foundation, hailed the ocean as ‘the best natural solution we have to climate change on the planet’.
In the snap, the royal cut an elegant figure in her classic peach-hued gown by Zac Posen, which she wore to her evening reception in October 2018, after opting for a white low-back dress by Peter Pilotto for her church wedding to Jack, pictured
The royal co-wrote a piece for Spear’s Magazine, which has been produced in partnership with the Blue Marine Foundation, with Clare Brook, CEO of the foundation.
It’s been a rocky week for Eugenie, who’s father Prince Andrew has been embroiled in a scandal over his friendship with paedophile financer Jeffrey Epstein.
The 61-year-old Duke of York, who lives at Royal Lodge in Windsor, was photographed behind the wheel of his Range Rover yesterday morning as he broke cover following the latest dramatic development in the case on Sunday night.
Scotland Yard has decided to take no further action over accuser Virginia Roberts’s allegation that she was trafficked to London as a 17-year-old and forced to have sex with Andrew, after its officers reportedly spoke with her.
Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank exit St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle after their royal wedding ceremony, in Windsor, on 12 October 2018
It will also take no further action over claims that financier Epstein groomed and abused other young women in Britain.
And a source close to the Duke told MailOnline: ‘It comes as no surprise that the Met Police have confirmed that, having reviewed the sex assault claims against The Duke for a third time, they are taking no further action.
‘Despite pressure from the media and claims of new evidence, the Met have concluded that the claims are not sufficient to warrant any further investigation. The Duke has always vigorously maintained his innocence and continues to do so.’
Jack and Eugenie tied the knot at St George’s Chapel in the grounds of the Queen’s Windsor Castle in 2018.
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