Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's four wedding portraits include a unique carriage shot

By Jessica Pollack

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank marked their wedding day at Windsor Castle by releasing four official royal wedding portraits on Saturday (Oct. 13), one day after their spectacular royal nuptials. Snapped by fashion photographer Alex Bramall, the shots were taken after their beautiful ceremony at St George's Chapel - two with family and their bridal party in the castle's White Drawing Room, a third unique shot taken in the Scottish State Coach following their procession and a fourth revealing Eugenie's second bridal look just before their evening reception at Royal Lodge.

Photo: © Alex Bramall

Following suit with recent royal couples like Prince William and Kate, the newlyweds shared their portraits the day after their wedding. However, like Prince Harry and Meghan, who wed in the same chapel earlier this year, they chose to vary the locations of their official photos with the carriage shot. Fans will remember the Sussex's stunning solo portrait, which was taken on a set of steps outside the castle.

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In a move all their own, however, Princess Eugenie, 28, and Jack, 32, also included a photo featuring their evening looks. This gave fans the first glimpse of the bride in her custom Zac Posen gown, which was inspired by the Windsor countryside.

Photo: © Alex Bramall

The caped, blush-pink creation was made with a pin-tucked plissé of silk sourced from British mill Biddle Sawyer Silk. Using the American designer's signature draping to accentuate the bride's hourglass figure, the dress also boasts two embroideries of the White Rose of York on the shoulder and back. She topped the look off with earrings gifted from her new husband and an antique brooch borrowed from the Queen - one of Queen Victoria's Wheat-Ear Brooches dating back to 1830 - worn as a hair comb.

Photo: © Alex Bramall

The two posed portraits from the drawing room are anything but stiff as they feature the couple's adorable bridal party! Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Savannah and Isla Phillips, Mia Tindall, Maud Windsor, Louis de Givenchy and Teddy Williams give their best smiles in both stunning photos. The eight cuties are clad in their custom looks by Amaia Kids, the pageboys wearing navy pants and white shirts and the bridesmaids clad in white dresses, all featuring a strip of patterned fabric from a painting loved by the couple, Here by Mark Bradford.

Photo: © Alex Bramall

Joining the little bridesmaids and pageboys in a stylish family photo are Jack's brother and best man, Thomas Brooksbank, his parents George and Nicola Brooksbank, Eugenie's sister and maid of honour Princess Beatrice, her grandparents the Queen and Prince Philip and her parents, Sarah, Duchess of York and Prince Andrew, Duke of York.

British fashion and portrait photographer Alex previously worked with the princess in 2016, shooting her spread in Harper's Bazaar US. While this is surely the most high-profile project of his career to date, he has also shot for Vogue and Vanity Fair and shot the likes of Keira Knightley and Alexa Chung.

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Ahead of their big day, he shared his excitement to be working with the couple. "It is an honour and a privilege to be invited to photograph Princess Eugenie and Jack on this most special of days," he said. "I look forward with great excitement to capturing this significant occasion and wish them both a happy future together."

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