This past October, Princess Eugenie got married to the love of her life, Jack Brooksbank, in an extravagant royal wedding at Windsor Castle and she’s still on a high from it. She recently threw a fourth party to celebrate her new union to Jack and to also thank everyone who helped make her royal wedding so special.
According to the Daily Mail, Eugenie, 29, threw her party at the same location where she got married and invited her wedding dress designers, Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos. Since she looked so gorgeous in her backless wedding gown and, later, her Zac Posen reception dress, Eugenie put together a private viewing for her party guests that allowed them to see her two royal outfits that she wore on her big day again.
Eugenie and Kate Middleton‘s wedding makeup artist, Hannah Martin, was also in attendance for the celebration. She reportedly partied with Jimmy Choo‘s niece and creative director for his company, Sandra Choi, who made it to the event on behalf of her uncle who created Eugenie’s gold leather reception shoes.
Although Eugenie has the funds to throw four lavish parties to celebrate her wedding, British taxpayers were allegedly aggravated at the young royal for making her big day so expensive. The Daily Mail previously reported that Eugenie’s royal wedding was originally supposed to cost taxpayers around $950,000, but her father, Prince Andrew, wanted nothing but the best for his daughter so he brought the cost up to a whopping $2.5 million.
“It really is an outrage when you’ve got people sleeping rough and gripped by poverty that people are indulging in this conspicuous consumption,” politician Chris Williamson previously noted. “No one else gets their wedding paid for by the public purse and they’ve got the resources to do it themselves.”