Princess Eugenie of York and new husband Jack Brooksbank kicked off their married life in an epic James Bond style.
Following a beautiful wedding ceremony in St George’s Chapel, the two left the Windsor Castle and hopped into a rare Aston Martin DB10 sedan.
The gorgeous gunmetal-colored car is one of the only eight models which were made exclusively for the 2015 James Bond film, Spectre. Could the wedding be another installment of the 007 franchise?
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James Bond Inspired Wedding
According to British tabloids, the car was a complete surprise for Princess Eugenie who was left open-mouthed when she saw it standing outside the castle.
Aston Martin also congratulated the newlyweds in a tweet that read, “Congratulations to Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank!” The carmaker proudly announced that couple left in an exclusive Aston Martin DB10 which was built especially for the 007 franchise.
The bride was escorted to the car by sister and maid-of-honor, Princess Beatrice, who held the long train of the gorgeous wedding dress, as Princess Eugenie got into the car with her new husband. She wore a beautiful ivory dress with over-the-shoulder neckline, designed by the talented Christopher De Vos.
As the newly married couple pulled away from the castle in their shiny new car, the bride’s parents, Sarah and Mike Tindall, waved them goodbye. Princess Eugenie cheerfully waved back before the car quickly drove out of view.
The newlyweds will spend the next two days celebrating their union with celebrity friends and relatives.
The couple had a lovely afternoon reception in the St George’s Hall with 850 guests. Some of them included members of the royal family as well as renowned celebrities.
There was plenty of finger food and fine Pol Roger champagne for everyone. But it was the gold-embroidered 5-tier wedding cake that stole the show. The edible masterpiece had reminiscences of autumn, and had the initials of the bride and groom embroidered on in it.
The ceremony was filled with heart-felt tributes to the couple. The Duke of York even shed a few tears while delivering a speech in front of the guests. He even broke the royal tradition by giving his son-of-law a warm hug in front of the Queen.