Princess Eugenie's husband Jack Brooksbank welcomed into the royal family with a very detailed bio
The bio is accompanied by a photograph of the newlywed couple as Brooksbank and 28-year-old Eugenie were pictured making their way to the evening reception following their wedding
In just a little more than two weeks after 32-year-old Jack Brooksbank got married to Princess Eugenie at Windsor Castle, his bio has now been added to father-in-law Prince Andrew's official royal website. The exciting history that the princess' new husband has is highlighted in the bio and it mentions his annual family holidays in France that he has been going on since he was a child, his academic accomplishments at Stowe School where he held the position of prefect, his various humanitarian efforts and his love of Chelsea FC.
The short and concise bio is accompanied by a photograph of the newlywed couple as Brooksbank and 28-year-old Eugenie were pictured making their way to the evening reception that was held at the Royal Lodge Windsor after their wedding on October 12, the Daily Mail reported.
The extravagant wedding was attended by royals, celebrities, and supermodels. The bio also goes into detail about how Brooksbank was born "just 15 minutes after midnight" on May 3, 1986.
He weighed 8lbs 1oz, according to the bio, and it also talks about how he met his wife Eugenie, who is an associate director at London's Hauser & Wirth gallery. The bio also mentions that he has "developed a keen interest in contemporary art and, whenever possible, will attend functions with her and is learning a great deal about art".
In what is considered a further confirmation of Brooksbank's warm welcome into the family, the liquor executive for actor George Clooney's Casamigos tequila brand was taken into the royal fold by Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, as he described his new son-in-law as an "extraordinary young man".
The young couple tied the knot in front of a crowd that featured A-list celebrities including actresses Liv Tyler and Demi Moore and supermodels including Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss, and Cara Delevingne. The royals, led by the Queen and Prince Philip, were in full attendance minus Prince Charles' wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, who was on a school visit in Scotland.
The rest of the world was busy celebrating the wedding but the royal family had one more reason to celebrate besides Brooksbank and Eugenie's big day. Prince Harry and Meghan revealed on the same day that they were pregnant with their first child who is due in the spring of next year.
Sarah the Duchess of York revealed earlier in October that the Queen was very involved in planning her granddaughter's big day at the St. George's Chapel. She spoke to Hello! about the lavish ceremony and spoke of her gratitude towards her former mother-in-law, the Queen, by saying: "I cannot be more grateful to Eugenie's grandmother for making this day so memorable. I am so grateful for all the hard work and kindness behind the scenes to make such a special day for our daughter."
The Duchess also spoke about how she was proud of her daughter's decision to wear a wedding dress with a low back that revealed her scar from a childhood operation to correct her scoliosis. She said: "I was so proud of Eugenie standing tall and showing her scar. She is an inspiration to young women everywhere."