Today Princess Eugenie married her long-term partner Jack Brooksbank at Windsor Castle. Ninth in line to the throne, Eugenie stunned in a floor-length ivory gown designed by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos as guests tried to hold onto their hats from the strong gusts of wind.
The bride was celebrated online for showcasing a scar on her low cut back dress, a result of undergoing surgery for scoliosis when she was 12.
No wedding is complete without a couple of disastrous laugh-out-loud moments and in front of millions of people, this one didn't disappoint:
1. That Hat
Sarah, The Duchess of York and the mother of the Bride, is known for her outlandish style and didn't disappoint with her green pastel outfit. Twitter had a field day:
— ?The Sputnik Sequin Witch? (@bethanforrest) October 12, 2018
— Stuart Borley (@StuBallBaggins) October 12, 2018
2. The Subtitles
The BBC made a small error during the ceremony, which, of course, is to be expected. Unfortunately, this time, it was about the bride:
The BBC's subtitles during a #RoyalWedding news report made QUITE the error.
As Eugiene left the car a presenter said "what a beautiful dress."
Unfortunately the subtitles said "What a beautiful breasts."
— Scott Bryan (@scottygb) October 12, 2018
3. Royal Side Eye
While Robbie Williams, Naomi Campbell and Cara Delevigne might of been in attendance, it was Princess Charlotte who stole the day with her sassy attitude:
— lara (@classycathy_) October 12, 2018
4. The Groom Forgetting What To Do
No wedding is complete without a groom forgetting what's going on. Like the rest of us he's probably thinking will there be a free bar at the reception:
@itv #theroyalwedding #princesseugene #JackBrooksbank Absolute classic !!! Look at Jack stumbling through the pages . Clearly has no idea what he should be singing and absolutely no idea of the words !!! Eugenes face is a picture !!! Royal crack up ?? pic.twitter.com/fJlCTkVZJy
— Kathy (@kayeff73) October 12, 2018
5. The Great Gatsby Extract
While some found Princess Beatrice's reading sweet, others scratched their heads at the thought of The Great Gatsby being read at a wedding and for good reason - it's mainly a tragic love story:
— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) October 12, 2018
There are four married people in The Great Gatsby. Three are cheating on each other. One is widowed because his spouse gets run over by her lover.
— Joe Hullait (@joehullait) October 12, 2018
Weddings eh, you can't live with them and you can't live without them.