Princess Eugenie Shares Never-Before-Seen Photos of Her and Jack Brooksbank to Mark 2nd Anniversary

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Two years ago today, Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank said "I do" in a lavish ceremony at St. George's Chapel in Windsor. On the anniversary of her royal wedding, the princess posted a cute video slideshow on Instagram that shared multiple photos fans had never seen before.
Among the pictures were a shot of the couple in equally furry winter coats, one of which was posing near penguins, a few cute selfies and of course two stunning photos from their wedding day. "I was married to you for the best 2 years and a total of 10 years with you. Nice memories, always my dear Jack," she wrote in the headline.
Just a few weeks ago, Eugenie and Jack shared some very exciting news: They are expecting their first child "early 2021". Per Buckingham Palace's official announcement: "HRH Princess Eugenie and Mr. Jack Brooksbank are delighted to announce that they are expecting a baby in early 2021. The Duke of York and Sarah, Duchess of York, Mr. and Mrs. George Brooksbank, the The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh are pleased to hear the news. "
Eugenie shared the news herself on Instagram with an adorable photo of baby shoes and wrote: "Jack and I are very much looking forward to early 2021."
It's been quite a year for the York family, with Eugenie's pregnancy announcement and Princess Beatrice's surprise royal wedding to Edoardo "Edo" Mapelli Mozzi just a few months earlier. While Beatrice had to thwart her plans for a grand royal wedding like her sister's because of the pandemic, she and Edo managed to put on a quaint, one-of-a-kind ceremony for themselves.
Photo credit: Benjamin Wheeler / Michael Stillwell
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