It's been a little over three weeks since Princess Eugeniemarried Jack Brooksbankin an autumnal ceremony at St George's Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle. Theweddingwas a weekend-long celebration, and between then and now, the newlywed couple have also managed to fit in a swish honeymoon.
But Eugenie and Jack are back from their blissful post-wedding break, as the Princess was pictured attending a party on Friday night (3 November) along with her sister, Princess Beatrice.
The royal sisters attended the Casamigos Day of the Dead party at Isabel’s Mayfair - and it's the first time Eugenie has been photographed in public since her wedding on October 12. Casamigos, you might remember, is the tequila company co-founded by George Clooney, where Eugenie's husband Jack Brooksbank works as European Brand Manager. There was no sign of Jack, however, in the paparazzi shots - meaning he was perhaps stuck inside schmoozing, or doing some actual work or something.
While it's not known exactly where Eugenie and Jack went on their honeymoon, the tan on the Princess' legs indicate it was likely somewhere exotic and hot.
Earlier this summer, the couple holidayed in Italy's Amalfi coast, where they were pictured enjoying a boat ride around the striking coastline as well as eating pasta. So the chances are they didn't go there again.
Eugenie and Jack also famously met eight years ago in Verbier, Switzerland while they were both skiing, meaning the place holds a lot of sentiment for them. But looking at Eugenie's aforementioned tan, we doubt she got that wearing salopettes at a ski resort, so you can probably cross Switzerland off the list as a potential honeymoon destination, too.
In fact, we'll likely never know where the newlywed pair chose to go on their honeymoon, and that's fair enough. After sharing their wedding publicly (it was aired on ITV's This Morning), they probably wanted a break away from the cameras and the spotlight.
That's exactly what Meghan and Harry did after their May 19 wedding. While speculation was rife that they'd pick Africa - an important place for the couple - as their honeymoon spot, it was thought that the destination was changed several times in order to avoid the media discovering where they had gone.
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