Sarah Ferguson and Princess Beatrice were a striking pair as they arrived for Princess Eugenie's wedding to Jack Brooksbank at St George's Chapel on Oct. 12. Clad in stunning jewel tones, the mother of the bride in emerald green and maid of honour in sapphire blue, the duo dazzled as they waved to crowds.
Princess Beatrice took a page from Meghan Markle's style book in an off-the-shoulder two-piece by Ralph & Russo, featuring three-quarter sleeves and a flared skirt. She pinned a sweet bee brooch on one side of her neckline, a playful nod to her nickname, Bea. Like her cousin Duchess Kate at a recent wedding, the royal opted for an oversized headband by Sarah Cant to complete her look, wearing her red hair in soft waves, her eyes accented with liner and pinky nude lip.
The Duchess of York looked the picture of poise and confidence as she took her seat next to her daughter and waved to guests across the aisle. Clad in a figure-skimming green dress with a satin tuxedo-style collar by local Windsor label Emma Louise Design and a matching wide-brimmed hat with gold accents by Jess Collet, the mother of the bride couldn't have looked happier or more gorgeous.
She wore her hair in a chic chignon with emerald and diamond drop earrings and nude pumps, but the most touching detail in her ensemble was the tan vintage Manolo Blahnik clutch she carried - the same one her own mother Susan Barrantes wore on the day her daughter wed Prince Andrew.
Princess Eugenie chose to don British designer Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos on her big day, a classic yet modern design featuring a spectacular folding neckline that draped over the shoulder and a custom jacquard fabric with rope-like patterns of shamrock, York rose and ivy. She chose the low back specifically since having surgery to correct her scoliosis at age 12.