Jack Brooksbank made sure Princess Eugenie dazzled on her wedding day by gifting her a stunning pair of emerald and diamond drop earrings. The precious stones were the perfect complement to the bride’s tiara of choice for the occasion, the Greville Emerald Kokoshnik Tiara, which was loaned to her by the Queen. The spectacular topper features six emeralds surrounded by brilliant and rose cut diamonds.
The baubles boast oval emeralds hanging from a string of seven diamonds, perhaps an ode to the length of the couple's courtship. Eugenie made sure to show off the touching present from her husband by pulling her hair back into a soft-waved chignon bun with pretty tendrils by her ears.
This isn't the first time that Jack has gifted his longtime love with something sparkly. To ensure that Eugenie adored her engagement ring, he opted to propose with just words and later created the perfect ring with help from his future wife. The result was a floral-inspired design featuring a padparadscha sapphire surrounded by diamonds. The ring now sits against the princess's pure Welsh gold wedding band, which the Queen commissioned for her granddaughter's special day.
Jack also received a heartfelt present on his wedding day, courtesy of his new mother-in-law, Sarah Ferguson. Eugenie's mom gifted the groom and his best man Thomas Brooksbank with tie pins featuring the white rose of York and a pink padparadscha sapphire, the same stone as Princess Eugenie's engagement ring. The brothers were spotted wearing the subtle accessory when they arrived by car to St. George's Chapel.