Heartwarming moment Princess Eugenie performs the 'most impressive' curtsy ever to the Queen on her wedding day
The moment was captured on camera just as God Save The Queen came to an end and Eugenie and her new husband were preparing to walk past her grandmother on their way out
Princess Eugenie was spotted curtsying to the Queen at her wedding in Windsor Castle on October 12 and her beautiful Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos gown would not get in the way of making it the deepest curtsy ever. The 28-year-old princess was spotted giving Her Majesty the most impressive curtsy by far inside St. George's Chapel where she finally got married to Jack Brooksbank. The moment was captured on camera just as God Save The Queen came to an end and Eugenie and her new husband were preparing to walk past her grandmother on their way out of the chapel.
In spite of the floor-length dress, the long train, as well as the tall Charlotte Olympia peep-toe heels, The Daily Mail reported that the princess dramatically almost went down on her knees as she performed the curtsy. The princess held onto the hand of her 32-year-old husband for support during this time.
Viewers of the big day were mighty impressed with the gesture, and they have even declared it as the "most impressive ever seen." Jack, in the meanwhile, was seen bowing his head gracefully in the 15th Century Chapel which was filled to the brim with a star-studded guest list of royals, aristocrats, and VIPs.
The couple was dating for eight years before finally deciding to tie the knot. They even got married in the same venue in Berkshire that was chosen by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for their wedding in May. Princess Eugenie's wedding is the second royal wedding of the year, and she is the younger daughter of Prince Andrew and ex-wife Sarah Ferguson. The royal celebrated tying the knot with drinks executive, Jack Brooksbank, were joined on their special day by 800 guests.
Princess Eugenie's elegant dress showed off her scar from scoliosis and she wore the Greville Emerald Kokoshnik Tiara that had been given to her by her grandmother, the Queen. Her Majesty was seen watching the ceremony in the historic castle and was joined by her husband, Prince Philip the Duke of Edinburg, Prince Charles, and the rest of the royal family.
The only missing member from the royal fold was Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
The couple joined all their guests for an after-wedding reception in the castle where Princess Eugenie's father, Prince Andrew, reportedly gave a traditional speech about his daughter including a funny anecdote about Brooksbank. An evening party was held at the York family home, Royal Lodge in Windsor Great Park later on October 12.
On October 13, the festivities are said to continue with a "more relaxed" all-day party being planned. The event is said to take place in the castle grounds with about 200 guests, a fairground, and food stalls expected to be set up.