Princess Eugenie made quick outfit change ahead of lavish after-party

Princess Eugenie
Princess Eugenie's husband did not attend the wedding
Dorothy Reddin

By Dorothy Reddin

Published: 10/06/2024

- 21:02

The Princess of York attended the Duke of Westminster's wedding last week

Princess Eugenie made a quick outfit change ahead of a lavish after-party.

On Friday, Hugh Grosvenor and Olivia Henson married in a high-society wedding at Chester Cathedral.

The couple had a traditional ceremony before enjoying their lavish reception at Eaton Hall, the Duke of Westminster's ancestral home.

In the afternoon, a private afternoon reception was held followed by a grander party in the evening.

Princess Eugenie

​Princess Eugenie changed out of her olive green dress for the after-party


Princess Eugenie arrived at the after-party in a glitzy thigh-split gown, complete with statement embroidery.

The Saloni Lea floral-embroidered maxi dress in black was made from 100 per cent satin.

The princess, 34, accessorised with a £495 Anya Hindmarch clutch bag.

For footwear, she wore Aquazzura gold leather sandals, which retail for a whopping £1,001.

Princess Eugenie

​Princess Eugenie wore this dress from Saloni for the after-party


This dress was a marked contrast from the olive green dress that Eugenie wore to the wedding ceremony.

The £545 dress from the brand Joseph is now on sale at half-price for £272.

Eugenie carried a £750 Anya Hindmarch clutch bag to the nuptials, also owned by her older sister, Princess Beatrice.

For footwear, she donned Aquazzura nude heels that were previously worn by Meghan Markle when she got engaged to Prince Harry.

Princess Eugenie

Princess Eugenie originally wore this olive green dress from the brand Joseph


Princess Eugenie

Princess Eugenie was praised for her fashionable entrance at the high-society wedding


The mother-of-two further accessorised with an £885 pillbox hat from Emily London.

Princess Eugenie was joined at the wedding by her cousin Prince William, who acted as an usher for the Duke of Westminster.

Her husband, Jack Brooksbank, did not attend the wedding alongside Eugenie.

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