Princess Eugenie's Official Wedding Pictures Are Here

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President Donald Trump praised Princess Eugenie for being attractive on her wedding two days after it happened.

Your favorite, Manager beverage company Jack Brooksbank British Princess Eugenie was married on the morning of 12 October. Prince Philip's disapproval of his former daughter-in-law has been well documented and until this day he had always avoided attending events where Sarah Ferguson would be.

PRINCESS EUGENIE paid tribute to her Irish heritage during her Royal Wedding to Jack Brooksbank in a nod that may have been missed by some. Was Meghan giving a proper wedding toast to Eugenie then just decided to make the announcement?

Many online were quick to point out the timing of her Twitter-spree.

Another of the photographs, taken at Royal Lodge, shows the princess in her evening dress, which was designed by Zac Posen. It went perfectly with the romantic tone of the ceremony, which included anyone from Royal family to celebrities like actress Demi Moore and singer Robbie Williams.

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge's sister Pippa Middleton arrived with her husband James Matthews, whilst football star Jamie Redknapp came to the ceremony on his own. She later added: "Andrew and I are proud to welcome Jack to the York family".

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She specifically requested the low back as she wanted to show the scar on her spine from surgery to correct scoliosis at the age of 12.

Mr Trump wrote on Twitter on Sunday: "Princess Eugenie of York was a truly lovely bride yesterday".

Meghan also donned Princess Diana's jewellery during her wedding reception in May, wearing an aquamarine ring that was previously worn by the late Princess. She spent three days in intensive care and a week in a ward at Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, which she now supports as a way of thanking the staff who took care of her during a scary time.

The couple's marriage was watched by around 1,200 members of the public, who were selected by ballot to listen to a live broadcast in the castle grounds, whilst thousands more lined the streets of Windsor to watch the procession outside.

Eugenie wore a wedding dress created by London-based designer Peter Pilotto and a diamond and emerald tiara as "something borrowed" from the queen.