Photo credit: Marie Claire

 

The big day has finally arrived for the Royals, and the bride has made her appearance. 

 

Princess Eugenie made her entrance at St. George’s Chapel looking incredible in a Peter Pilotto gown.

 

The dress was designed by both Peter Pilotto and Christopher de Vos.

 

The piece incorporated a number of meaningful, personal symbols to the princess, such as a shamrock as a nod to her Irish heritage, the thistle to celebrates the couple's love for Balmoral in Scotland and the York Rose and Ivy, which represented the couple's home.

 

 

Eugenie is wearing the stunning Greville Emerald Kokoshnik tiara, also known as the Boucheron tiara.

 

The gorgeous piece of jewellery once belonged to the Queen Mother, after it was left to her by Mrs Greville. 

 

The 28-year-old opted for her hair to be in an up style by Sonny-Jo Macfarlane at Hari’s and make-up by Bobbi Brown’s Hannah Martin.

 

 

Eugenie accessorised her look by matching the tiara with emerald earrings. 

 

The diamond drop earrings are a gift from the groom, Jack Brooksbank.

 

Eugenie’s wedding shoes are by Charlotte Olympia and she carried a bouquet by Patrice van Hellen Oakes. 

 

 

The off-the-shoulder, Peter Pilotto gown beautifully honours her battle with scoliosis.

 

The princess underwent surgery at age 12 for the spinal condition and she bravely chose to embrace her scars on her big day.

 

Jack and Eugenie are now officially man and wife.

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