PRINCESS Eugenie of York and Jack Brooksbank’s wedding ceremony took place on October 12, 2019. However, the wedding has one surprising thing in common with another royal wedding that took place many years ago.
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Crown Prince Pavlos and Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary on Wednesday, and they shared a special moment from the celebration online. However, her caption revealed that their wedding had one surprising thing in common with Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s nuptials in 2018.
Marie-Chantal and her husband posed for a sweet photo at their family home in honour of the milestone anniversary.
The caption read: “25 years ago I married this gem!
“Loved every second of my life with you.
“Loved my flowers by Rob Van Helden who did our wedding as well,” she added.
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Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s wedding has one thing in common with another royal wedding (Image: GETTY)
Eugenie of York and Jack Brooksbank’s wedding ceremony took place on October 12, 2018 (Image: GETTY)
The post showed the huge glass vase filled with pink, peach and green flowers sat on a counter alongside them.
Rob Van Helden is the London-based florist who provided the floral displays at Marie-Chantal and Pavlos’ wedding in July 1995.
However, he also provided the floral displays at Princess Eugenie’s nuptials in Windsor more than 23 years later.
Crown Princess Marie-Chantal opted for a classic bouquet of white roses on the big day.
Princess Eugenie chose a seasonal display for her autumn nuptials featuring foliage and flowering branches sourced from Windsor Great Park (Image: GETTY)
She also chose a vibrant of display of pink and red blooms outside her wedding venue.
Meanwhile, Princess Eugenie chose a seasonal display for her autumn nuptials featuring foliage and flowering branches sourced from Windsor Great Park.
She also chose a display of liquid amber trees, roses, dahlias and berries.
Rob has strong connections to the royals and has previously created beautiful floral displays for occasions such as Princess Margaret’s 70th birthday.
Rob has strong connections to the royals and has previously created beautiful floral displays for occasions (Image: GETTY)
The florist said he was on “cloud nine” after working at the royal wedding in 2018 (Image: GETTY)
The florist said he was on “cloud nine” after working at the royal wedding in 2018.
Speaking on This Morning, he told Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby that it had been “the cherry on the cake of the last 32 years”.
Crown Princess Marie-Chantal and Prince Pavlos of Greece married on 1 July 1995 at St Sophia’s Cathedral in London in front of 450 guests.
A further 850 guests watched via satellite at Hampton Court Palace, where the reception was held.
Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank wedding (Image: EXPRESS)
Notable attendees included the Queen, Duke of Edinburgh and Prince Charles.
Meanwhile, after the coronavirus crisis forced Princess Beatrice to postpone her wedding, Beatrice and Eugenie have been undertaking royal duties in lockdown.
Most recently the sisters took part in a zoom call with young people impacted by cancer.
During the call, they spoke with young people who are helped by the Teenage Cancer Trust.
eatrice and Eugenie have been undertaking royal duties in lockdown (Image: GETTY)
The princesses are honorary patrons of Teenage Cancer Trust and spoke to six young people on the challenges they face each day which have been magnified due to lockdown.
Lakita Neille, who is supported by the Teenage Cancer Trust spoke of the difficulty in waiting when it comes to cancer and how lockdown has exacerbated that feeling.
She said: “When you have cancer you are constantly waiting, waiting for diagnosis, waiting for treatment, waiting for results, waiting for it all to end so life can get back to normal.
“Then when it’s all over, to be told you have to shield for an amount of time and can’t see the people you love and want around you again, that’s another chunk of time when you can’t do the things you’ve been waiting to do, it’s really difficult.”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK