The Times Herald (Norristown, PA) - - LOCALNEWS -

Pho­tos and text from wire ser­vices McQueen and a hat by Philip Treacy — Bri­tain’s premier milliner. Meghan, the Duchess of Sus­sex, wore a navy dress and coat by Givenchy.

There were oc­ca­sional blue skies on a gen­er­ally cloudy, gusty day as the royal stan­dard flew atop the Wind­sor Cas­tle com­plex, in­di­cat­ing the queen was in res­i­dence. The strong winds forced many women to hold on to their elab­o­rate hats as they ap­proached the chapel.

Eu­ge­nie, 28, works at a con­tem­po­rary art gallery. The cou­ple, who had dated for seven years, got en­gaged in Jan­uary when Brooks­bank, 32, pro­posed dur­ing a trip to Nicaragua. They mar­ried in the same venue used in May by Harry and Meghan.

William and Kate’s 5-year-old son, Prince Ge­orge, served as a page boy, and their daugh­ter, 3-year-old Princess Char­lotte, was one of six brides­maids. There was no sign of 5-month-old Prince Louis, William and Kate’s youngest child.

The bride’s par­ents left the chapel to­gether smil­ing as the new­ly­weds em­barked on a horse-drawn car­riage ride through parts of Wind­sor.

The queen hosted a cham­pagne lun­cheon for the guests just af­ter the cer­e­mony, with a sec­ond re­cep­tion planned for the evening.

Be­fore the event, Eu­ge­nie told ITV, which broad­cast the hour-long ser­vice in Bri­tain, that she was both ex­cited and a bit on edge.


Bri­tain’s Princess Eu­ge­nie and Jack Brooks­bank dur­ing their wed­ding cer­e­mony in St. Ge­orge’s Chapel, Wind­sor Cas­tle, near Lon­don, Eng­land, Fri­day.

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