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Princess Eugenie has delighted her social media followers, with an adorable wedding dress throwback photo.
The 28-year-old, who married Jack Brooksbank just six months ago at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor, shared a sweet photo of herself in her wedding dress – alongside a similar picture of herself in a wedding dress a child!
The side-by-side image showed Eugenie as a little girl, decked out in a white wedding dress, complete with veil and a white floral bouquet that surprisingly matches with the ones she held on her actual wedding day.
Eugenie captioned the photo, ‘Same same but different…#tbt’. And while the pictures are adorably similar, there are, of course, just a few subtle differences between the two pictures.
On her real wedding day, the Queen’s granddaughter wore a designer gown by Peter Pilotto, and the Greville Emerald tiara, loaned to her by her grandmother.
Although it’s not clear how young the cheeky Princess was when the older photo was taken, we’re sure the outfit wasn’t quite as designer back then!
Royal fans adored the sweet look back at Eugenie playing pretend, sharing their thoughts in the comments.
One said, ‘This is so cute’, as another follower wrote, ‘Gorgeous, both photos😍’
A third fan said to Eugenie, ‘OH THIS IS ADORABLE!!!!!💖💖💖’, while a fourth pointed out the similarities between the pictures, saying, ‘Still the same beautiful smile xx💕’.
Currently, Princess Eugenie’s wedding dresses are on show at Windsor Castle, in a special exhibition called, ‘A Royal Wedding: HRH Princess Eugenie and Mr Jack Brooksbank’.
Fans can go and see the gown she got married in, as well as the gorgeous dress by Zac Posen that she wore to her wedding reception.
Jack’s suit is also on display, as is Princess Beatrice’s purple maid of honour dress, designed by royal favourite Ralph and Russo.
Recently, Eugenie visited the wedding outfits at the castle, admitting she was ‘so proud and happy’ to see them again, and that it ‘brings back all the joy from my most special day.’
The display is open to visit until the 22nd April 2019.