Official portraits of Princess Eugenie and her new husband Jack Brooksbank have been released by Buckingham Palace.
Four photographs captured by celebrated British photographer Alex Bramall were unveiled to the public one day after the granddaughter of the Queen tied the knot with her long-time partner at St George’s Chapel in Windsor, England.
One image, taken moments before the newlyweds walked into their wedding reception, shows the Zac Posen gown Eugenie wore for the evening soiree.
A black-and-white shot (above) pictures them sharing a kiss in a horse drawn carriage not long after they said ‘I do’ in front of a royal and celebrity-filled audience.
Another more formal picture reveals Eugenie and Jack with their flower girls and page boys, including Prince William and Kate Middleton’s children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
But the most interesting of all might be the other formal group photo.
As royal watchers will know, Eugenie’s parents Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew divorced in the early nineties. When they were still only separated, not yet divorced, tabloid photos emerged of Sarah’s toes being sucked by another man on a yacht.
The images reportedly brought such shame on the royal family that Sarah was frozen out, and Prince Philip especially is said to have never forgiven her.
But there they all are in one room, smiling together. It’s a royal wedding miracle.