Adorable Mia Tindall looked a tad grumpy in the set of official pictures of Prince Eugenie’s wedding, while Prince George showed of his cheeky grin.
The four-year-old, who is the daughter of Zara Phillips and Mike Tindall, was wearing a white dress with floral belt and clutching a bouquet flowers, as she sat next to beaming cousin Savannah Phillips.
Mia, who is known for her boisterous behaviour, was clearly taking her wedding duties very seriously in the set of images taken in the White Drawing Room at Windsor Castle.
The bride and groom with their page boys and bridesmaids in the White Drawing Room. Back row: Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Theodora Williams, Isla Phillips, Louis De Givenchy. Front row: Mia Tindall, Savannah Phillips, Maud W
It’s the second Royal Wedding the youngster, who is the Queen’s great granddaughter, has attended this year.
In a second snap with Prince George and Prince Charlotte she still did not crack and appears to be holding something in her outstretched left hand which none of the other bridesmaids or page boys have.
The images, released on Saturday night, revealed the bride’s stunning evening gown, a regal peach-coloured dress designed by Zac Posen who said he was inspired by the beauty of Windsor Castle.
The images also show the bride kissing her new husband Jack Brooksbank, posing with the Queen and the royal family and smiling with her page boys and bridesmaids.
In the family photos, taken in the White Drawing Room at Windsor, Eugenie’s mother Sarah Ferguson is pictured next to Prince Philip, who is said to have ostracised her from the royal family during the 1990s.
Future king Prince George is looking at the camera with a beaming smile next to sister Princess Charlotte, who is dangling her legs with her feet crossed in the wedding party photo
An image of the bridal party shows Theodora, daughter of Robbie Williams and wife Ayda Field, standing right next to Mr Brooksbank, who rests his hand on her shoulder.
Friday’s wedding was believed to be the first time Philip and Fergie had been pictured together in 26 years after she was cast out from the royal family following her divorce from Prince Andrew in the 1990s.
While he once viewed her fondly, the now 97-year-old declared her persona non grata in 1992 after she was pictured topless having her toes sucked by American lover Johnny Bryan.
The bride, groom and royal family in the White Drawing Room at Windsor Castle. Back row: Thomas Brooksbank, Nicola Brooksbank, George Brooksbank, Jack Brooksbank, Princess Eugenie, Princess Beatrice, Sarah, Duchess of York, Prince Andrew. Middle row: Prince George, Princess Charlotte, The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh, Maud Windsor, Louis De Givenchy. Front row: Theodora Williams, Mia Tindall, Isla Phillips, Savannah Phillips
The Duke of Edinburgh is also said to have prevented other Royals from bailing her out during periods of financial difficulties and cannot fathom her continuing closeness to ex-husband Prince Andrew.
On Friday, a grinning Fergie gave a big sigh of relief as she took her seat in the chapel for the wedding ceremony, and spent a great deal of time waving at guests in the pews opposite.
But she remained composed and kept her head slightly lowered when her former father-in-law Philip passed her to take his seat in the row behind.
One intimate black and white image shows the couple having a kiss inside the Scottish State Coach as they returned to Windsor Castle after the carriage procession.
Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank share a passionate kiss in a picture taken in the Scottish State Coach as it returns to Windsor Castle after the carriage procession, following the couple’s wedding at St George’s Chapel on Friday
The White Rose of York – a nod to her upbringing as Princess Eugenie of York – is subtly embroidered on both the shoulder and back which hold together the cape.
Eugenie set off her evening look with diamond and emerald drop earrings which were a wedding gift from the groom, and a hair slide belonging to the Queen.
Buckingham Palace said designer Posen – a fan of the golden days of Hollywood – was inspired by the beauty of Windsor and the surrounding countryside, adding that the colour of the dress reflected the blush of an English rose.
The silk for the gown came from Biddle Sawyer Silk, the palace said.
The newlyweds are said to be ‘delighted’ to share the four photographs, which were taken by British fashion and portrait photographer Alex Bramall.