Princess Eugenie married Jack Brooksbank in October and now, five months later, the young monarch still cherishes in bliss.
The 28-year-old has shared some special words on her official Instagram account and has recalled about her ‘most special day’.
Eugenie and Jack tied the knot in close family and friends at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.
She wore a dress by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos, which can be seen in a new exhibition at Windsor Castle with important items of the royal wedding.
It contains the Greville Emerald Kokoshnik Tiara, which was lent to the bride by the Queen. This is the first time the headpiece is displayed.
Princess Eugenie visited the exhibition on 1 March and runs until 22 April.
She has shared several photos of the event on Instagram with the words: “So proud and happy to see them again … I wish I could wear them every day.
“Brings back all the joy of my most special day.”
The display also includes Eugenies Zac Posen-designed dress, worn at her evening reception.
Princess Eugenie revealed her inspiration for the blushing dress in an audio guide that was available at the exhibition.
“I wanted something that reminds me of Grace Kelly in To Catch a Thief, so I showed that for reference and Zac came with this side he had found from Manchester,” says Eugenie in the audio tour.
“Every single drawer effect, every detail, every button, it is all done meticulously by him and his team.”
During the royal wedding, the official website of the royal family published more information about the intricate details on the dress.
“Mr Posen was inspired by the beauty of Windsor and the surrounding countryside,” the website said.
“The color choice reflects the blush of an English rose, Mr. Posen drew his inspiration from the White Rose of York.
“The pin-tucked plissé is cut to the bias and mixed with distinctive curtains.” The White Rose of York is delicately embroidered on both the shoulder and the back that hold the cape together. The silk for the dress comes from Biddle Sawyer Silk. “
Visitors to the exhibition can also see the blue bridesmaid outfit worn by Princess Beatrice, the morning costume of Jack Brooksbank, a bridesmaid dress worn by Robbie Williams’ daughter Theodora, and a pageboy outfit worn by Louis de Givenchy.
Identical outfits were also worn by Prince George and Princess Charlotte, who were important members of the bride party.