Eugenie climbs the steps of the church with help from two aides who are holding the train of her Peter Pilotto designed dress

Eugenie climbs the steps of the church with help from two aides who are holding the train of her Peter Pilotto designed dressGetty Images

Eugenie knocks it out of the park in Peter Pilotto and the Queen's tiara (and there's a hidden shamrock in there too).

 Five months after her cousin Harry tied the knot, Princess Eugenie of York tied the knot today in a ceremony with husband Jack Brooksbank, a brand ambassador for George Clooney's Tequila label Casamigos.

With all eyes on what the dress was going to be, the general consensus is that the elegant but voluminous dress designed by Peter Pilotto and Christopher de Vos is a win in the Royal wedding fashion stakes. Featuring a full train and a prominently low back, the feature was reportedly requested specifically by the Princess so she could proudly show her scars from a childhood surgery to correct scoliosis. 

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The flower girls and page boys gave a nod to the distinctly emerald theme in green sashes and cummerbands

The flower girls and page boys gave a nod to the distinctly emerald theme in green sashes and cummerbands

Also among the style features were motifs of the thistle, the rose and also a shamrock to represent England, Scotland and Ireland, woven into the jacquard silk. Her satin peep toe heels, barely visible under the long train, were by Charlotte Olympia, and the tiara was on loan from her grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.

Princess Eugenie wore a tiara borrowed from Queen Elizabeth and earrings bought by her new husband as a gift

Princess Eugenie wore a tiara borrowed from Queen Elizabeth and earrings bought by her new husband as a gift

The Greville Emerald Kokoshnik tiara has rose cut diamonds and emeralds and dates from 1919. Brooksbank bought her the emerald drop earrings that complement the tiara (nice).