London X City reports that an estimated number of about 2.1 million viewers tuned on to the ITV extended morning show to watch the royal wedding of Princess Eugenie, the granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II, and Jack Brooksbank. The wedding that took place in St. George’s Chapel at the Windsor Castle had fans flocking both on the Windsor street and on TV to catch even just a snippet of it.
Princess Eugenie wore a beautiful low back cut wedding dress, designed by Christopher De Vos and Peter Pilotto, which revealed her surgery scars that she acquired way back when she was 12 years old to correct scoliosis.
The beautiful traditional wedding had Princess Beatrice as the maid of honour and Thomas Brooksbank as the best man. As Princess Eugenie walked down the aisle, we at London X City, caught a glimpse of her husband-to-be mouthing that she looked perfect! Later, the newly weds kissed outside at the steps while their well wishers cheered at them.
In attendance was the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who had wedded at the same venue just five months ago. The Queen arrived with the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip, despite the rumours that had circulated that he would not be present. Other than the royal family, London X City reports that about 800 guests had been invited. Celebrities, including Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss, Demi Moore and Robbie Williams attended the wedding.
The royal wedding was officiated by David Conner, the Dean of Windsor. The bride’s elder sister and maid of honour, Princess Beatrice read from the Great Gatsby and the Archbishop of York, John Sentamu, wrote a personal prayer. The epitome of cuteness was to see Prince George and Princess Charlotte, children of Prince William and Kate, join in the bridal team as a page boy and bridesmaid respectively. Andrea Boceli, an Italian singer and songwriter performed two songs at the wedding.
The 28 year old Princess Eugenie who is ninth in line to the throne, married the love of her life, a 32 year old liquor company executive, Jack Brooksbank, in a star studded ceremony, going on to prove that love conquers all.
The cake was designed by Sophie Cabot, a London based cake designer. It was a beautiful centrepiece, featuring intricate autumn colours to complement the red velvet and chocolate flavors. The groom on the other hand was in charge of the drinks to be served. He even let it known that Casamigos tequila would be featured in the main menu.
At the reception, London X City caught the newly wedded couple exiting in style in a carriage ride following the route that the Earl and Countess of Wessex took at their wedding and later on, a real James Bond car, an Aston Martin DB10 which had been designed for the movie Spectre! The reception preceded an evening celebration in the York family lodge.
Princess Eugenie and Jack provided about 1200 balloted invites to members of the public, charity representatives, Eugenie’s former schoolmates and other royal staff, which allowed them into the lower ward of the Castle. Keep up to date with all the Royal developments with London X City.