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Danny Woods
October 14, 2018

After taking their turn as a page boy and bridesmaid for the fourth time in under two years, the royal siblings gave picture ideal smiles for Princess Eugenie's official wedding photographs on Friday.

Front row (left to right): Miss Mia Tindall; Miss Savannah Phillips; Miss Maud Windsor.

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The bride had read the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel shortly after meeting Brooksbank in the Swiss ski resort of Verbier in 2010 and it had reminded her of her future husband.

Queen Elizabeth's granddaughter Princess Eugenie got married on October 12 in Windsor and her wedding dress was specially created to show off the scars from the scars from the life-changing spinal surgery she underwent as a child.

One intimate black and white image shows the couple having a kiss inside the Scottish State Coach as they returned to Windsor Castle after the carriage procession. The couple, who had dated for seven years, got engaged in January when Brooksbank, 32, proposed during a trip to Nicaragua.

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Whereas the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge both stood bolt upright in their official couple picture, taken by photographer Hugo Burnand in Buckingham Palace's Throne Room following their wedding ceremony in April 2011.

Later, Jack drove Eugenie away from Windsor Castle in style, wowing his new bride with a silver DB10 Aston Martin sports auto.

NY fashion designer Zac Posen chose the colour of the silk gown to resemble "the blush of an English rose" according to the official press release.

Mr Posen was inspired by the beauty of Windsor and the surrounding countryside.

Finally, Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank are pictured at Royal Lodge, Windsor, ahead of a private dinner.

Rather than the neatly styled bun, she wore for during the ceremony, Eugenie instead wore her hair out, held back with a hair slide that belongs to Her Majesty The Queen. Queen Victoria's Wheat-Ear Brooches were originally commissioned by William IV in 1830 for Queen Adelaide.

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