How Princess Eugenie's Wedding Differed From Meghan Markle's Larger-Than-Life Ceremony

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The daughter of the Duke and Duchess, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, Wednesday at St. George's Chapel in Windsor in front of a star-studded congregation. "Andrew and I are so proud to welcome Jack to the York family".

They also both hosted evening receptions full of dancing, drinking and many laughs, but Princess Eugenie's wedding might've been a bit more lively considering Jack is a brand ambassador for Casamigos Tequila.Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank took their celebrations up a notch by planning another celebration for the day after.

Stemming from the Irish name Ó Fearghuis or Ó Fearghasa, the surname Ferguson originates from the Connacht region of Ireland, with particular ties to County Mayo.

"How ridiculous - the announcement was made officially today and if they were delighted enough to share the news with family - who really cares!" Or that Eugenie's wedding dress sent a powerful message about beauty.

When Princess Eugenie walked down the aisle to marry Jack Brooksbank in Windsor on Friday, we were immediately taken with her fresh, natural English rose-style makeup look.

The first photo below features Eugenie and Brooksbank in the White Drawing Room, joined by Brooksbank's family and members of the royal family.

As with most royal nuptials a photographer was on hand to capture the special day.

Royal wedding latest: Guests arrive for Eugenie and Jack’s big day
GARETH FULLER via Getty Images The Duchess of York at Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's Wedding on May 19, 2918. It was so lightweight, I half-expected Alan Partridge or Bridget Jones to pop up as roving reporters.

One of the photographs released Saturday shows the couple sharing a kiss in the Scottish State Coach as it returns to Windsor Castle at the end of the procession.

Eugenie's mother - Sarah, Duchess of York - is standing next to a seated Duke of Edinburgh, with the Duke of York to her other side, and all three are smiling for the camera.

ITV's highlights broadcast from the royal wedding, which aired at 8.30pm, was watched by an average of 3.4 million viewers.

The vehicle has been in the Royal family since 1978, when it was presented to Queen Elizabeth for her Silver Jubilee by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, and is occasionally used on events of this type.

And finally, the pièce de résistance: A breathtaking full-length shot of Eugenie's reception gown by Zac Posen.

Meghan looked stunning in an ivory Karen Gee dress, but it was her jewellery which drew some attention.

An image of the bridal party shows Theodora, daughter of pop star Robbie Williams and wife Ayda Field, standing right next to Mr Brooksbank, who rests his hand on her shoulder. In one, Queen Elizabeth sits smiling next to Eugenie, who is her granddaughter.