Magic mo­ments that caught at­ten­tion

The Courier & Advertiser (Perth and Perthshire Edition) - - NEWS -

Princess Eu­ge­nie’s mar­riage to Jack Brooks­bank was trend­ing across so­cial me­dia as #Roy­alWed­ding through­out the morn­ing but some mo­ments caught the world’s at­ten­tion more than oth­ers.

The only un­in­vited guest came in the form of Storm Callum,.

“Watch­ing #Roy­alWed­ding guests bat­tle Mother Na­ture is quite en­ter­tain­ing,” wrote one Twit­ter user, post­ing a video of one at­tendee clutch­ing her head­wear as the wind tried to carry it away.

The wed­ding was well at­tended by celebri­ties but it was Cara Delev­ingne who caught the at­ten­tion of so­cial me­dia for her dash­ing top hat and tails com­bi­na­tion.

“Couldn’t care less about the wed­ding but good LORD Cara Delev­ingne,” wrote one viewer.

The page boys and brides­maids, in­clud­ing Prince Ge­orge and Princess Char­lotte, melted hearts among the crowds as they ar­rived but it wouldn’t be a wed­ding with­out a mis-step some­where.

Louis de Givenchy, son of bank­ing ex­ec­u­tive Olivier and his wife Zoe, duly obliged and, for some, be­came the most re­lat­able fig­ure.

“Me as a Royal,” com­mented one Twit­ter user as an­other said: “PAGE BOY DOWN.”

Then it was the Duchess of York’s turn to im­press. Mother-of-the-bride Sarah Fer­gu­son, who had been an out­cast among roy­als since her split from Prince An­drew, im­me­di­ately rushed to the crowds as she ar­rived.

“Fergie! My favourite royal,” wrote Piers Mor­gan on Twit­ter as she greeted the pub­lic.

Some so­cial me­dia users ques­tioned her choice of hat, how­ever, liken­ing its winged bow to the golden snitch from the Harry Pot­ter books.

Once in­side, view­ers couldn’t help but no­tice that the Duke and Duchess of Cam­bridge still ap­pear very much in love, hold­ing hands be­fore the ser­vice be­gan.

“Aw, Wills and Kate are hold­ing hands,” wrote one. Then Princess Eu­ge­nie ar­rived and blew every­one away in her flow­ing wed­ding dress.

One so­cial me­dia user wrote: “The bride looks stun­ning!!”

Es­pe­cially in com­par­i­son to the out­fit she wore to the wed­ding of William and Kate, as an­other pointed out.

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