A look inside Eugenie and Jack's THIRD wedding party... and it was festival themed 3 years ago

A look inside Eugenie and Jack's THIRD wedding party... and it was festival themed

A little less formal...

Princess Eugenie and new husband Jack Brooksbank's wedding might have not been as highly anticipated as Harry and Meghan's earlier in the year, but on the day, it delivered all the pomp and ceremony we could want.

From the impressive guest list to the royal protocol, it was all organised down to the last detail.

However, it looks like Eugenie and Jack also wanted to enjoy a more relaxed celebration and that's exactly what they did with their third wedding party.

Yes, not only did the pair celebrate the afters in style with a lunch reception hosted by the Queen and an evening party hosted by the Duke of York, they went for round three on Saturday with many of the guests returning to enjoy the party.

Yesterday, the newlyweds along with many of their closest friends and family celebrated with a much more relaxed party at The Royal Lodge Windsor and they embraced a very popular wedding theme of recent years – festivals.

The event featured a big wheel, dodgems and a carousel for guests to enjoy, with many taking to Instagram to share a look inside.

 

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Yes, while there might have been a strict ban on phones and social media during Friday’s proceedings, that rule seemed to have relaxed yesterday as pictures started to appear online.

The guest list included the likes of Robbie Williams and wife Ayda Field, MIC star Ollie Proudlock and fiancée Emma Louise Connolly as well as Pixie Geldof, Jack Whitehall, Kate Moss and Liv Tyler.

And with a more relaxed setting came a more relaxed dress code, with many embracing the festival theme.