What You Didn’t Hear at Princess Eugenie’s Wedding, According to a Lip Reader
Princess Eugenie practically took Jack Brooksbank‘s breath away at their royal wedding.
On Friday, the 28-year-old daughter of Prince Andrew and ex-wife Sarah, Duchess of York, and one of Queen Elizabeth II‘s granddaughters married Jack Brooksbank, 31. The ceremony took place in St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle in London, the same venue as Meghan Markle and Eugenie’s cousin Prince Harry‘s royal wedding in May.
“Oh…my heart…Oh, break me heart,” Jack said as the princess arrived, according to lip reading service 121 Captions.
The bride wore a long-sleeved ivory gown with a flowing train, folded shoulders, and a low back. Her dress was designed by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos. She also wore the Greville Emerald Kokoshnik tiara, borrowed from the queen.
Harry and Meghan were along the royal attendees.
“This way,” the prince told his wife, as they made their way to the chapel.
It was a particular blustery day in Windsor on Friday.
“Whoah!” said Eugenie’s cousin Autumn Kelly as her skirt was nearly blown upwards by the wind.
Inside the chapel, guests were awed.
“This looks lovely,” said Autumn’s mother-in-law and Eugenie’s aunt Princess Anne.
“Amazing,” said Eugenie’s sister and maid-of-honor, Princess Beatrice.
She later told their mother, “Beautiful music.”
“Hold it like that” the children’s nanny, Maria Borrallo, told the group, instructing them on how to hold their bouquets.
While Kate was inside the chapel, she appeared to be concerned about a woman dressed in pink, bearing a seating plan.
“You OK?” the Duchess of Cambridge asked, to which the woman responded, “Yes.”
“Hello. Morning. Wow this is…awesome,” Williams said as he arrived at the wedding, according to 121 Captions.
After the ceremony, Eugenie and Jack went on a carriage ride procession throughout the town of Windsor.
“Oh wow,” Jack said, waving.
“Let’s kiss,” Eugenie told him.
And they did.