Princess Eugenie‘s royal wedding weekend may be coming an end, but that hasn’t stopped wedding guests from posting about the celebrations online.
Firstly, someone shared this sneaky snap of Princess Eugenie and her new husband cutting their wedding cake, a photo which, presumably, shouldn’t have been leaked:
Sharing a sneaky Instagram ahead of the first day evening party, Chloe Delevingne revealed that she was wearing Alice Temperley.
The first night evening party evidently featured a lot of chic outfit changes, including Eugenie donning a blush Zac Posen gown. And thanks to Chloe Delevingne’s Instagram, we now know that Cara Delevingne changed into a chic white suit jacket in the evening:
Mattias Stafsing, Fergie‘s makeup and hair artist, posted this shot of the Mother of the Bride’s evening look:
Baroness Cleopatra von Adelsheim von Ernest also took us behind-the-scenes of the sophisticated evening dinner, sharing photos of the gorgeous lighting displays at the venue:
And on Saturday, she shared another shot as they made their way to Princess Eugenie’s second-day party saying, “Off to the fairgrounds with @robbiewilliams….#saturyay.” The couple’s daughter, Theodora Rose Williams, was one of Princess Eugenie’s bridesmaids, and famously asked Fergie if she was the Queen.
The second day wedding party is rumored to have been a festival-themed, funfair event, at which Princess Eugenie wore a biker jacket bedazzled with sequins spelling out her new surname. You can see a sneak peek of Eugenie’s third wedding look on designer Sam Dougal’s Instagram Stories:
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Princess Maria-Olympia of Greece posted a photo from the funfair:
Guest Irene Forte shared a photo taken on a carousel from inside the second-day event, which looks truly magical:
Fellow guest Baroness Cleopatra von Adelsheim von Ernest also shared a photo revealing the funfair set-up of the second day wedding party:
And Naomi Campbell shared a gorgeous video on her Instagram Stories showing an elaborate light display in Windsor Great Park: