Duke of Westminster and bride Olivia beam in official wedding portraits after tying the knot

The Duke of Westminster and now wife Olivia Henson are all smiles in official wedding photos, after tying the knot in a Bridgerton-esque wedding in Chester Cathedral, Friday June 7.

Olivia wore a stunning floor-length backless embroidered wedding dress by British designer Emma Victoria Payne, also known as EVP. The dress had a two metre-long train and a waterfall veil which ended up causing a little drama when they got blown by the wind on her way into the cathedral.

The photos show Olivia in her ethereal wedding dress, the breathtaking veil sitting on the green grass, as Olivia smiles to the camera with her bouquet in hand.

Hugh and Olivia's wedding photo
Hugh and Olivia tied the knot on June 7 -Credit:The Duke and Duchess of Westminster/Benjamin Wheeler/PA Wire

Prince William played an important role during their nuptials, as he stood beside the groom as an usher. While the groomsmen looked dapper in their suits and crowds lined the streets of Chester in a bid to catch a glimpse of the newlyweds as they left the Cathedral.

Other members of the Royal Family in attendance included Princess Eugenie who looked radiant in a mid-length green dress.

Although dubbed the “most royal non-royal wedding of the year”, the photos show crowds smiling and rejoicing for the pair.

Olivia getting out of the taxi
The bride's gown was stunning with an open-back and quarter-length sleeves, which had delicate detailing. -Credit:The Duke and Duchess of Westminster/Benjamin Wheeler/PA Wire

The cathedral, which was draped in elegant flowers, was the same church where Hugh’s older sister, Lady Tamara, married King Charles’ godson, Edward van Cutsem in 2004. Lady Tamara also wore the same Fabergé tiara, which has been passed down through many generations of Grosvenor weddings.

Olivia is being credited with taking ‘Britain’s most eligible bachelor’ off the market. The Duke of Westminster is godfather to Prince George and Archie Sussex, as well as a close personal friend to Princes William and Harry. The Duke is also worth an estimated £10 billion due to his immense property portfolio.

Despite his close ties to the Royal Family, this wedding was bittersweet for the friendship between Hugh, William and Harry. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were notably left off the guest list for the nuptials. To make things worse, they apparently received a save the date email by mistake.

Olivia and Hugh
After saying 'I do' the newlyweds made way through crowds rejoicing for them -Credit:The Duke and Duchess of Westminster/Benjamin Wheeler/PA Wire

At the time of his succession, the Duke of Westminster inherited an estimated wealth of £9 billion and gained several new estates. He is also known by the titles of Marquess of Westminster, Earl Grosvenor, Viscount Belgrave and Baron Grosvenor.

Hugh also became the head of The Grosvenor Group upon his father's death which means he owns several huge areas of London, as well as land and over 1,500 buildings all across the world.