Princess Eugenie's evening reception dress was possibly even more gorgeous

Princess Eugenie has released a selection of her official wedding photographs, including an extraordinary image showing her mother Fergie smiling with the Queen and Prince Philip.

"She will be styled as HRH Princess Eugenie, Mrs Brooksbank or she could choose not to use her husband's surname".

"Jack is an absolutely outstanding young man and Eugenie and he have got to know each other over a number of years, and I'm really thrilled for them", Prince Andrew said of his new son-in-law earlier this year.

Here's how her stunning look compared with previous royal brides - Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle - and the evening gowns they chose for their wedding receptions.

Kensington Palace released the official portraits from the ceremony on Saturday, along with a photo of Eugenie in her reception dress with her groom, and one of the happy couple kissing in their carriage.

The royal wedding gift bag contains, a burgundy tote bag with the date of the wedding printed in the front, an order of service from the day, a fridge magnet, a poncho, shortbread, water and a chocolate coin.

"She decided she wanted eventually to let Jack know how much those words had brought him to mind", Conner said.

It is believed to be the first time they have been pictured together in 26 years after she was cast out amid her "toe sucking" scandal in the 1990s. (L-R) Back row: Prince George of Cambridge, Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, Theodora Williams, Isla Phillips, Louis De Givenchy.

Eugenie is a patron of the hospital where she received her surgery - the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in London - and even invited individuals involved with the hospital's charity to the Windsor Castle grounds for the wedding.

It was captioned: "Princess Eugenie's evening dress was designed by Zac Posen, who was inspired by the beauty of Windsor and the surrounding countryside".

According to the Palace, the blush color is a reference to an English rose.

He also took inspiration for the design from the White Rose of York.

She was also wearing the "wheatear brooches" owned by the Queen in her hair.

  • Joey Payne