Special Moment Between Princess Eugenie And The Queen That Was Missed By Cameras At Kate's And Meghan's Weddings
October 12, 2018 18:19 By Fabiosa
Princess Eugenie showed other royal brides, particularly Meghan Markle, how it is done when she took a moment to observe a special royal tradition before she and Jack Brooksbank left St. George's Chapel.
The royal curtsey
With the camera focused on them, the newly wedded Eugenie gave her grandmother the Queen a full curtsey that made royal fans cheer.
THE CURTSY to the Queen (the cameras missed it at Harry and Meghan's wedding....and William and Kate's) pic.twitter.com/VhJoLbn43m— Patricia Treble (@PatriciaTreble) October 12, 2018
A photo of the moment was shared on Twitter and quickly drew attention to Meghan and Prince Harry's May wedding, and Kate Middleton's wedding to Prince William in 2011. Both royal brides did not forget to curtsy, but the camera covering their weddings missed the moment.
People are in love with the stunning bride
Eugenie looked amazing in a Peter Pilotto gown and a pair of emerald drop earrings, a gift from Jack Brooksbank. On the steps of the chapel, they shared an intimate kiss, their first as a married couple. It was very different from Harry and Meghan's first kiss but nonetheless adorable.
Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank shared their first public kiss as a married couple after a touching Royal Wedding ceremony. pic.twitter.com/F9WkAUW5ty— Evening Standard (@EveningStandard) October 12, 2018
Adoring fans have been reacting to the brand new couple. By all accounts, her dress is a hit with commenters online. But, they can't seem to get enough of the Greville Emerald Kokoshnik tiara.
Eugenie looks stunning in the Greville Emerald Kokoshnik tiara - also known as the Boucheron tiara - which was left to the Queen Mother by a Mrs Greville/— Emily Nash (@emynash) October 12, 2018
That tiara doesn't appear to have EVER been worn in public by a royal since Mrs. Grenville gave it to Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother in 1942 along with a treasure chest of jewels. WHAT ELSE IS HIDDEN AWAY?— Patricia Treble (@PatriciaTreble) October 12, 2018
Wow! Congratulations to the Bride and the Groom. I wish nothing else but the best in their marriage. Blessings.— Nyirankunze Ritha (@NyirankunzeRith) October 12, 2018
The rare piece was gifted to Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother in 1942 by one Mrs. Grenville along with a treasure chest. The piece has reportedly never been worn before in public. Amazing, right?