Princess Eugenie of York and Jack Brooksbank attended the wedding of Daisy Jenks and Charlie Van Straubenzee today.
The engaged couple held hands as they entered the wedding venue of Saint Mary The Virgin Church in Fresham, Surrey.
Their own wedding is coming up imminently on 12 October this year. The pair will wed at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.
Princess Eugenie is known for her quirky style choices, like her Philip Treacy hat for Kate Middleton and Prince William’s wedding in 2011.
Today was no exception as she opted for a pair of space age style sunglasses to shield her eyes from the rays.
Princess Eugenie’s clothing was fairly demure. She wore a cornflower blue dress.
It was midi length and fitted tightly around the bust and hips, hugging Eugenie’s curves.
She paired it with a cropped white jacket which had decorative buttons down one lapel.
On her feet she wore a pair of nude stiletto heels with a thin ankle strap which buckled at the side.
Her accessories, however, told a different story altogether to her demure look.
The daring sunglasses looked like a pair of 3D cinema goggles, adding a space age touch to the traditional look.
Eugenie also held a clashing multi-coloured boxy clutch in one hand. It was embellished with flowers in different colours of red, pink, blue and green.
Princess Eugenie later took off her white blazer in the heat to reveal toned arms.
Earlier this week, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice were given the same honour Kate Middleton and Princess Diana once had.
The sisters will follow in the footsteps of Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, and the late Princess Diana, who both featured in the magazine before.
Kate featured on the front cover of the publication for its centenary issue in 2016.
Princess Diana, meanwhile, starred on the front cover in 1991.
However, there is a crucial difference as the princesses will not feature on the front cover of the magazine.
The cover featuring Rihanna, 30, was already unveiled earlier today.
It is believed Eugenie and Beatrice will feature in the pages of the September issue instead.