Princess Eugenie leaves Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle speechless at wedding

Princess Eugenie leaves Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle speechless at wedding

Princess Eugenie leaves Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle speechless at wedding

Princess Eugenie wore a handsome white Peter Pilotto gown when she tied the knot with Jack Brooksbank today, but the dress' shape has more meaning than you might think. "There is a definite link".

The Duchess of Cambridge is wearing a cerise pink McQueen dress for the royal wedding today and has just been pictured arriving at St George's chapel.

The Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla Bowles, was reportedly in Scotland carrying out a number of events with school-age children that Friday.

Fergie also spoke about her connection to her ex-husband in the same interview.

Twitter users rushed to the site to compare the accessory to the Harry Potter golden snitch.

The adorable bridesmaid, along with brother and page boy Prince George, once again stole the spotlight.

Meanwhile, Meghan made a lovely return back to the chapel, where she Wednesday Prince Harry in May, opting for a navy dress and coat by Givenchy.

Ladbrokes make it a 3/1 chance the couple will announce they are expecting their first child in 2019.

Here, we look at what the royals wore to their second royal wedding of the year...

There were plenty of fancy (and expensive) designer outfits on show, but it was Cara Delevingne who was rated by many on Twitter as Best Dressed. It also happened to be quite a windy affair - so much so that guests lost hats and struggled to walk as they made their way into the chapel.

It looks like Meghan and Harry's touchy-feely vibes were contagious, because Prince William and Kate Middleton (who were sitting next to them) also had a rare PDA moment: They were photographed holding hands in the pews.

With all the star power in the room, it was little surprise that taxpayers ended up footing a $3.4 million bill for security, Fitzwilliams said.

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