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Official royal wedding photos capture intimate moment between Princess Eugenie and groom

Official royal wedding photos capture intimate moment between Princess Eugenie and groom

One of the photographs released Saturday shows the couple sharing a kiss in the Scottish State Coach as it returns to Windsor Castle at the end of the procession.

ICYMI, Princess Eugenie married Jack Brooksbank on Friday (October 12), and by all accounts, the second Royal Wedding looked pretty incredible from start to finish.

Alex Bramall's royally-sanctioned photo, of the newlyweds ahead of their nighttime celebration, is a feast for the eyes.

A group photo taken in the White Drawing Room at Windsor shows both the bride and groom's families.

Charlotte and brother Prince George performed their bridesmaid and page boy duties respectively for the fourth time in under two years, sporting adorable smiles in the portrait shots.

Eagle-eyed royal fans will already know that Prince William, Prince Charles and Prince Philip don't wear rings - but this certainly isn't a reflection of their marriages.

The final photo sees them en route to their evening reception, with Princess Eugenie in a Zac Posen silk gown.




The guest list included the likes of Robbie Williams and wife Ayda Field, MIC star Ollie Proudlock and fiancée Emma Louise Connolly as well as Pixie Geldof, Jack Whitehall, Kate Moss and Liv Tyler.

According to the Palace, the blush color is a reference to an English rose.

Along with other symbols like ivy, shamrocks and thistle, the White Rose of York was also woven into Eugenie's day gown jacquard of silk, cotton and viscose.

Photographer Bramall said it was "an honour and a privilege" to be invited to photograph the couple.

For the ceremony, she wore a gorgeous ivory dress designed by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos that was deliberately low-cut in the back to show off scars from surgery Eugenie had as a child to correct scoliosis.

They were passed down to Queen Victoria in 1837, and eventually to Queen Elizabeth in 1952, who has worn them both as brooches and as hair slides.

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