Princess Eugenie just tied the knot with long-time partner, Jack Brooksbank, in Windsor Castle.
The princess donned an elegant gown designed by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos.
The wedding dress had a special element which was a necessity for the royal, as she requested for the gown to show her scar, which she got from a major scoliosis surgery when she was 12-years-old.
The back was created beautifully, as the collar draped over the princess’ shoulders to show the top of her back.
The fabric of the detailed dress includes embroideries of a thistle, to represent Scotland and the couple’s love for Balmoral, as well as a shamrock, to symbolise the royal’s Ferguson family.
The gown also had details of the York rose and ivy, which acted as a nod towards the couple’s home.
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The gown had a fully draped train, which effortlessly suited the elegant bodice of the dress.
The 28-year-old paired the gorgeous gown with the Greville Emerald Kokoshnik Tiara, which was lent to her by the Queen.
The beautiful tiara was made for Mrs. Greville in 1919 and is studded with rose cut diamonds and six emeralds.
Princess Eugenie also wore diamond and emerald earrings, which were gifted to her by Jack.