If you follow the royal family, you’ll know that Princess Eugenie married her long-term boyfriend, Jack Brooksbank in October of last year.
And now, few months after royal wedding, Princess Eugenie has shared a previously unseen photo from her wedding. And the picture is just amazing.
It was the second royal wedding of 2018 following the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and Meghan’s nuptials. But, that didn’t make it any less of an event with a huge amount of media coverage and gossips surrounding the couple’s big day. In all, it was a beautiful occasion to watch.
Though, we didn’t have a chance of seeing the couple taking vows, but we saw the pictures.
In the days after the wedding, Kensington Palace shared official photos taken by royal photographers. And they were simply gorgeous altogether with Princess Charlotte stealing the show in one particularly adorable shot. However, Princess Eugenie has now shared a previously unseen snap from her big day. And it’s just the epitome of true love.
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In the picture, the couple is holding hands while having a kiss on the lips. They shared this special moment in private on such a momentous occasion. Apart from all that, it’s the black and white snap that really captured the romanticism.
This one stood out among the others.
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Most of the other pictures shared from both royal weddings have been in colour. But, this shot is really something special. Princess Eugenie shared this photo in particular to mark her first Valentine’s Day with Jack as husband and wife. And you can just tell that she’s madly in love.
A recent Instagram post sparked rumours that Eugenie and Jack are expecting their first child. But, we have to say the basis of this theory is very far-fetched, more on that here. However, the reaction to the post resulted in bookies odds rising in favour of the couple welcoming a baby in the present year.