WED­DING DAY CUTIES:

Daily Express - - NEWS - By David Pilditch

EL­E­GANT Meghan Markle wowed the crowds at Wind­sor Cas­tle once again yes­ter­day.

Five months af­ter her fairy­tale wed­ding to Prince Harry, the Duchess of Sus­sex re­turned to St Ge­orge’s Chapel for an­other royal mar­riage.

This time the Amer­i­can ac­tress was play­ing a sup­port­ing role as Princess Eu­ge­nie tied the knot with tequila brand am­bas­sador Jack Brooks­bank.

But Meghan has firmly es­tab­lished her­self in the hearts of the pub­lic and was cheered when she ar­rived for the cer­e­mony.

Keen not to take any at­ten­tion from the bride, she dressed in a som­bre but stylish navy dress and coat by her wed­ding dress de­signer Givenchy. The look was com­pleted with a Noel Ste­wart hat.

Prince Wil­liam ar­rived shortly af­ter­wards with wife Kate who looked daz­zling in a bright pink Alexan­der McQueen dress – the fash­ion house which made her wed­ding dress in 2011.

As she left the cer­e­mony, the Duchess of Cam­bridge, 36, nar­rowly avoided an em­bar­rass­ing mo­ment af­ter be­ing caught by sur­prise by a gust of wind.

Kate, who has re­cently re­turned to royal du­ties from ma­ter­nity leave, gig­gled as she clung on to her stun­ning out­fit to hold it down in scenes rem­i­nis­cent of Marilyn Mon­roe in The Seven Year Itch.

And mother of the bride Sarah Fer­gu­son looked re­splen­dent in a green fit­ted dress by lo­cal Wind­sor de­signer, Emma Louise De­sign. Eu­ge­nie’s big sis­ter Beatrice wore a stun­ning royal blue two piece by Ralph & Russo.

Kate’s sis­ter Pippa Mid­dle­ton, 35, dressed in a stun­ning for­est green Emilia Wick­stead dress was all smiles as she at­tended the wed­ding just days be­fore she is due to give birth. At one point her hat al­most blew away in the wind.

Kate gig­gles as her dress is blown up by sur­prise gust of wind

Meghan, left, is cheered as she ar­rives yes­ter­day. The bride’s mother Sarah Fer­gu­son, above, and daugh­ter Beatrice smile for well-wish­ers

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