Princess Eugenie’s wedding dress gave us major old Hollywood vibes as she painted an utterly romantic picture walking up the steps of St George’s Chapel, with a dramatic train trailing behind her. Prince Andrew apparently gave away some key elements of the dress prior to the big day, as he revealed he was worried about stepping on the train of her gown.
Designed by Peter Pilotto, Princess Eugenie’s wedding dress featured a folded, slightly off-the-shoulder neckline, that dipped down into a lower V at the back for just a flash of skin. According to ITV, the subtly patterned fabric on the gown was designed especially for the princess.
She accessorised with a pair of emerald and diamond earrings, which were matched beautifully to a tiara she borrowed from her grandmother Queen Elizabeth.
Although it was widely believed that Princess Eugenie would wear her family’s signature piece the York tiara, she actually chose to wear the Greville Emerald Kokoshnik tiara.
Designed by Boucheron in 1919, the Queen Mother’s close friend Margaret Greville left it to her when she passed away. It came into Queen Elizabeth’s possession in 2002 when her mother died and she loaned it to Princess Eugenie as her something-borrowed for her big day.