Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank have finally tied the knot at St George’s Chapel in Windsor. The bride was wearing a jewellery colour combination of greens and whites for her earrings and tiara that complemented perfectly her fabulous engagement ring that features a Padparadscha sapphire surrounded by diamonds. The bride and groom looked nervous and happy as they said yes after a long-term relationship that started back in 2010.

  • The wedding details
  • All about the royal bridal jewellery

The wedding details

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank chose to marry at the royal St George’s Chapel, just like Meghan and Prince Harry did in May this year. The Royal Family as well as many celebrities amongst which models Cara Delevingne and Naomi Campbell, actress Liv Tyler and singer Robbie Williams attended the ceremony this morning. A total of 850 guests were invited to the ceremony and another 1200 members of the public that have been selected by ballot were listening to a live broadcast in the castle grounds.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, took on pageboy and bridesmaid roles beautifully.

The ceremony was punctuated by performances from Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli, and by members of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Overall, the ceremony was filled with broad smiles by both the groom & bride and all the well-wishers present.

After the ceremony, the couple travelled from St George's Chapel along Windsor High Street and the Long Walk to greet the public. Then followed the afternoon reception that was hosted by the Queen in St George's Hall at the castle. The evening party took place at the Royal Lodge, the York family home, in Windsor Great Park.

All about the royal bridal jewellery

Princess Eugenie wore a fabulous off the shoulder dress that was designed by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos, who created British label Peter Pilotto. To complement the dress, Princess Eugenie decided not to wear a necklace but instead the stunning emerald and diamond earrings that have been given to her by her now husband Jack Brooksbank.

The emerald and diamond earrings matched to perfection the Greville Emerald Kokoshnik tiara she was wearing. Princess Eugenie borrowed the tiara from the Queen herself. This tiara apparently originally belonged to the Queen Mother as part of the large jewellery legacy that was made by the Honorary Mrs Ronnie Greville to the Queen Mother in 1942.

Princess Eugenie was always known for keeping her jewellery choices simple, and she has proven that again by wearing glamorous jewellery that really embraced her natural beauty and her elegant dress.

At BAUNAT we have a fabulous collection of diamond earrings and emerald & diamond rings as well as many more designer jewellery pieces. Do not hesitate to browse through our online catalogue and to contact us directly should you have any questions.

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