Guests were clinging onto their dresses and hats as wild wind causes wardrobe malfunctions at Princess Eugenie's wedding
Storm Callum showed no mercy to the guests of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank and left many guests clutching on to their clothing and hats
Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank tied the knot at the St. George's Chapel and the event was attended by many A-listers. As the guests started to arrive in the morning, storm Callum caused a lot of havoc and had guests clinging on to their clothing as well as their hats.
While walking up the steps of the chapel in Windsor, 6-year-old page boy Louis de Givenchy took a fall and stumbled. Louis is the son of JP Morgan banking executive Olivier de Givenchy and his wife Zoe. Little Louis served as the page boy alongside Prince George at Princess Eugenie's wedding to Brooksbank. The 14-year-old daughter of Prince Edward and Sophie was seen struggling to hold on to the younger children as she battled strong winds which made her dress fly.
She is not the only one who was seen having serious trouble with the wind and almost all the guests attending the wedding had to deal with it. Prince Harry's former flame Chelsy Davy also had to place her hand on her head to prevent her hat from flying off as she arrived at the wedding ceremony. Robbie Williams' mother-in-law also faced issues with the strong wind and even lost her hat for a moment.
The official order of service for the wedding was only revealed last night via a 22-page long booklet which had details and information about the processions, music, hymns, prayers, and readings. Guests at the wedding were given a royal goodie bag to mark the special day. Each tote bag included a biodegradable poncho in case of rain and also had specially branded goodies and mementos. The bags also had a large chocolate coin as well as a small pack of chocolate chip shortbread and a fridge magnet.