All the Famous Guests at Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's Royal Wedding
See who attended the couple's high-profile ceremony. Plus, find out what they wore!
They came, they saw, and they conquered wedding guest fashion. Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank invited a number of celebrities to their 2018 royal wedding, and as expected, the famous attendees delivered big time when it came to their style choices. But their chic outfits were just the icing on the cake: Their well-known names alone were enough to impress. Here, we spotlight every major star that stepped out for the special big day.
Among the first guests to arrive was supermodel Naomi Campbell, who wore a metallic black dress and matching fascinator. Singer James Blunt, along with his wife Sofia Wellesley, were also in attendance. This marks their second royal wedding of the year. The couple turned out for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding in May, too. Other guests who also attended both royal celebrations? Chelsy Davy and Cressida Bonas (two of Harry's exes!) and Pippa Middleton and husband James Matthews.
Naturally, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and Prince William and Kate Middleton were also in attendance. The women also made major fashion statements by re-wearing their own big-day designers. Meghan chose a blue Givenchy number while Kate surprised fans in a fuschia dress by Alexander McQueen. The bride's own mother and sister made a statement with their arrivals, too. Sarah, Duchess of York, wore a bright green dress while her other daughter, Princess Beatrice, wore a bold blue number.
With a guest list as big as theirs (and their royal affiliation), it was really no wonder that Eugenie and Jack's wedding was full of celebrities. Here, we've shared photos of each and every notable name at the couple's fall nuptials.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were also married in St. George's Chapel when they tied the knot in May. For her own wedding, Markle wore Givenchy, and she turned to the fashion house once again when she chose her outfit for Princess Eugenie's wedding.
Prince William and Kate Middleton
Prince William and Kate Middleton were all smiles as they entered the chapel. Just as she did on her own wedding day, Kate wore a dress by Alexander McQueen.
The mother of the bride, Sarah, Duchess of York, wore an emerald-green dress and hat that matched the large center stone in her daughter's tiara.
Pippa Middleton and James Matthews
Although not directly related to the royal family, a nine-months pregnant Pippa Middleton arrived at Princess Eugenie's wedding looking radiant in her green dress. Her husband, James Matthews, wore a classic morning suit for the occasion.
A close friend of the bride, model and actress Cara Delevigne ditched the classic dress and chose a tailored menswear-inspired ensemble in honor of the morning coat dress code.
Supermodel Naomi Campbell dropped jaws when she arrived at the wedding in a metallic black dress, a feather-adorned black shrug, and, of course, a statement hat.
James Blunt and Sofia Wellesley
Singer James Blunt and his wife, Sofia Wellesley, braved the wind as they stepped out at Windsor Castle. Wellesley's fashion choice perfectly matched Princess Eugenie's autumnal theme—note the fall-inspired floral pattern and mustard yellow trim on her dress.
Liv Tyler and Dave Gardner
Liv Tyler and her fiancé, Dave Gardner, stepped out in style for Eugenie's wedding. The actress donned a navy midi-length dress while her soon-to-be husband chose traditional morning attire.
Chelsy Davy attended her second royal wedding of 2018—she was also invited to Prince Harry (her ex-boyfriend!) and Meghan Markle's nuptials in May.
Robbie Williams, Ayda Field, and Gwen Field
English singer Robbie Williams, a longtime friend of Princess Eugenie, donned a traditional coat with tails for the royal's big day. His plus one? His wife of eight years, Ayda Field, who also brought her mother, Gwen.
Demi Moore and Eric Buterbaugh
Actress Demi Moore and floral designer Eric Buterbaugh were hand in hand as they arrived, but Moore had to use her free hand to hold on to her matching fascinator. As a longtime friend of the parents of the bride, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, it wasn't suprising to see the A-lister in attendance.
Princess Eugenie's close friend, singer Ellie Goulding, wore a subtly polka-dotted powder blue ensemble to the ceremony. She and her fiancé, Caspar Jopling, have vacationed with the bride and groom.
Fun fact: Princess Eugenie set up Prince Harry and his ex-girlfriend, Cressida Bonas (seen here on the left). They dated for two years before calling things off, but the entire group still remains close. Bonas strepped out for her friend's wedding wearing an embellished velvet dress with a braided headband in lieu of a more traditional fascinator.
Maid of honor and sister of the bride, Princess Beatrice wore a dark blue dress by Ralph & Russo with a bateau neckline, complementary headband, and bee brooch.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte
Prince George and Princess Charlotte know a thing or two about being part of a wedding—Princess Eugenie's ceremony is their third this year! They served as page boy and bridesmaid yet again.
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip
Queen Elizabeth—in a powder blue suit by her go-to designer, Angela Kelly—and Prince Philip were seated up front for Princess Eugenie's wedding ceremony.
Prince Charles walked daughter-in-law Meghan Markle down the aisle back in May, but was seated for the duration of the service this time around. His wife, Camilla Parker Bowles, could not attend the wedding due to previous commitments.
Kate Moss and Lila Grace Moss Hack
More than one supermodel made the guest list. Kate Moss (in a navy and white polka dot suit) brought her teenage daughter, Lila Grace Moss Hack, who wore a pink lace dress. Both mother and daugther wore netted fascinators.