Princess Eugenie shares new royal wedding video on anniversary

Princess Eugenie shares new royal wedding video on anniversary

Princess Eugenie shares new royal wedding video on anniversary

And to mark their one-year wedding anniversary, Eugenie took to Instagram to share an intimate, behind-the-scenes video showing the lead up to the big day - as well as some wonderful moments form the ceremony itself, including when they exchanged vows. "What a year it's been since then and how exciting for 2019", she wrote in the caption.

Princess Eugenie and husband Jack Brooksbank married on Friday 12 October in a star-studded ceremony, with their family and friends in attendance.

The video shows previously unseen clips of all the time and effort that went into the couple's royal wedding this time a year ago, from the colourful flower arrangements to the intricate details in her wedding dress and tiara.

Eugenie's dress showed off her scar from spinal surgery she underwent as a child.

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"Eugenie is frequent participant in Throwback Thursday, including a portrait from the wedding that she captioned, "#tbt to THE greatest day of my life", just one month after the big day.

The couple are celebrating their first wedding anniversary.

"Congratulations to Her Royal Highness Princess Eugenie and Mr Jack Brooksbank on their 1st Wedding Anniversary!" the photo was captioned.

Eugenie was given away by her father Prince Andrew, as around 850 guests - including Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, Eugenie's mother Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, and her sister Princess Beatrice - watched on. The day was full of excitement for royal fans, who had lined the streets of Windsor once again to catch a glimpse of the guests and happy couple arriving at St George's Chapel, and later leaving, sharing their first kiss as a married couple on the chapel's steps.

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