Princess Eugenie's adorably awkward comment on wedding day revealed by lip-reader

Princess Eugenie's adorably awkward comment to husband Jack Brooksbank on wedding day revealed as a lip-reader decodes sweet moment between the couple

Jack Brooksbank and Princess Eugenie leave St George's Chapel after their wedding ceremony on October 12, 2018 in Windsor, England.
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Princess Eugenie's adorably awkward comment to her husband Jack Brooksbank on the happy couple's wedding day has been revealed by a lip-reader. The super sweet moment between the couple shows a lot about their relationship and individual personalities too.

Just recently, Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank marked a poignant celebration in private—the anniversary of their engagement. Important as that celebration is, their unforgettable wedding day on October 12, 2018, is still wielding easter eggs that show lots about their adorable relationship.

Speaking to the Mirror, a lip reader said that the Princess was teasing her clearly nervous groom about his body language. Sitting next to each other at St George's Chapel while the readings were taking place she said, "Why aren't you holding my hand?"

Seemingly, the Princess was happy to take the lead on the big day, also suggesting that they share a smooch in front of adoring crowds following their nuptials. Giving the people what they wanted she said, "let's kiss," as everyone cheered.

The lip-reader was keen to add that Jack's nerves were all to do with his adoration for Eugenie, as clearly seen when she walked down the aisle. When he first saw her he said, "Oh, my heart," quickly followed by, "Oh break my heart."

Since their big day, the happy family became three with the addition of their first son, August Philip, who was born in February 2021. Princess Eugenie revealed the sweet moment Prince Philip met baby August, a moment she'll always remember fondly.

Although her son was only an infant at the time, the baby was lucky enough to meet his namesake Prince Philip shortly before his passing. 

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