Prince Andrew and the Duchess of York showed just how strong their family bond is this morning as they watched their youngest daughter Eugenie marry Jack Brooksbank today.
The York family, including the former couple’s elder daughter Beatrice, stayed close throughout the star-studded ceremony in Windsor.
After Prince Andrew, who divorced Fergie in 1996, strolled down the aisle with his 28-year-old daughter, he took a seat in the pews next to his former wife, who celebrates her 59th birthday on Monday, and daughter Beatrice.
And when the vows had been made, the family stayed in a firm trio, with Prince Andrew holding the door open for his ex-wife and daughter as they left in unison to watch the blushing bride kiss her new husband on the steps of the chapel.
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Sarah Ferguson looked in the best of spirits today as she arrived with her elder daughter Princess Eugenie at the wedding of her youngest daughter Princess Eugenie to Jack Brooksbank. The Duchess of York looked striking in emerald green and a wide-brimmed matching hat with nude heels
Step this way, ma’am: Prince Andrew escorted his former wife, who he divorced in 1996, from St George’s Chapel; the couple were seated next to their daughter Beatrice in the chapel’s pews as Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank took their vows
The couple leave the chapel together, with Princess Beatrice seen closely behind her parents
Beatrice, 30, looked delighted as she arrived at St George’s Chapel with mother-of-the-bride Sarah Ferguson. The young princess read an extract from the Great Gatsby during the service
Proud Dad: Prince Andrew grinned from ear-to-ear as he escorted his youngest daughter down the aisle. The 58-year-old prince looked wedding-ready in a morning suit with patterned blue tie and a single pink rose on his lapel
The windy Windsor weather almost got the better of Fergie’s hat, which garnered lots of attention on social media, but the 58-year-old Duchess managed to cling on to it
Princess Beatrice looked chic in a royal blue suit skirt as she arrived at younger sister Eugenie’s wedding at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle
Ms Ferguson opted for a dazzling emerald green outfit with matching wide-brimmed hat. And daughter Beatrice, 30, opted for a tailored number by Ralph & Russo and a deep purple hat by Sarah Cant for the big day at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.
The young princess, maid-of-honour to her younger sister, finished off her sophisticated ensemble with towering grey heels, and a matching boxy clutch bag.
Wearing her brunette locks down in loose curls, she showed off her glowing complexion with a subtle make-up look.
Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, who separated in 1992 after just six years of marriage and divorced four years later, were spotted laughing and joking ahead of their younger daughter’s big day.
Beatrice arrived in by car with mother Sarah Ferguson, before taking their seats inside the chapel.
She looked in high spirits ahead of the ceremony, stopping with mother Fergie to wave at well-wishers.
Beatrice gave a reading from the novel The Great Gatsby during the wedding ceremony today.
As maid-of-honour, she will be no doubt have been busy helping sister Eugenie prepare for her big day.
Support: Princess Eugenie, stunning in her dress designed by Peter Pilotto, walked closely to her father as she made her way through the flower-adorned entrance to St George’s Chapel
Maid-of-honour Beatrice, 30, finished off her look with a deep purple hat by Sarah Cant, and a grey clutch bag
Both Beatrice (right) and Fergie, 58, (left) opted for colourful ensembles for Eugenie’s wedding at St George’s Chapel today
She was spotted leaving the headquarters of couturiers Ralph & Russo earlier this week, leading to speculation that she might be wearing the designer at today’s roayl wedding.
The British designer was behind the £56,000 gown that Meghan wore in her official engagement portraits, and had been one of the names tipped to design the Duchess’ wedding gown.
Both she and mother Fergie, 58, opted for eye-catching ensembles today, with the Duchess of York choosing a fitted green ensemble.
The mother-of-the-bride finished off her ensemble with a statement straw hat featuring golden wings.