- Publish Date
- Thursday, 15 October 2020, 5:49PM
Can you believe it has already been two whole years since Princess Eugenie walked down the aisle to exchange vows with Jack Brooksbank?!
The 30-year-old royal tied the knot with the 34-year-old Casamigos ambassador at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle on October 12, 2018, and in celebration of their second wedding anniversary, Eugenie's second wedding dress designer has shared a stunning never-before-seen photo of the couple.
Taking to social media to share the picture, designer Zac Posen wrote: "Happiest 2nd Anniversary dear Princess Eugenie & Jack!
"It was so special creating this gown for this wonderful moment in your life, being with you and the family on the magnificent magical day, I will remember forever. Wishing you both continued love and happiness always with your new baby angel on the way."
In the image, the couple can be seen posing for another photo in a grand reception room at Windsor Lodge, where their after-party was held.
The side angle allows Posen to capture the elegant train and draping of the dress, which was reportedly inspired by Grace Kelly.
Eugenie was given away by her father Prince Andrew, as around 850 guests - including Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Sarah Ferguson and her sister Princess Beatrice - watched on.
Also among the guests were a host of celebrities, including Cara Delevingne, Ellie Goulding, Stephen Fry, James Blunt, Naomi Campbell, Pixie Geldof, Ricky Martin, Pippa Middleton, James Middleton, Demi Moore, Kate Moss, Liv Tyler, Jack Whitehall and Robbie Williams.
Princess Eugenie's sister Beatrice served as her maid of honour, whilst Jack's best man was his brother Thomas.
Alongside Princess Charlotte, Mia Tindall - daughter of Zara and Mike Tindall - Mia's cousins Savannah and Isla, Eugenie's goddaughter Maud Windsor and Robbie Williams' daughter, Theodora all served as bridesmaids.
And joining Prince George as pageboy was Louis de Givenchy.
The couple's marriage was watched by around 1,200 members of the public, who were selected by ballot to listen to a live broadcast in the castle grounds, whilst thousands more lined the streets of Windsor to watch the procession outside.