Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank got married today, Oct. 12, at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. The pristine dresses, tailored suits, and intricate hats were out in full force, as they've been at many royal weddings before. Except this time wedding goers were forced to contend with an expected obstacle — the fierce and unrelenting wind! Read on to see how attendees fought to save their outfits while on their way to the ceremony.
Kate Middleton wore a stunning wine-colored dress that was no match for the strong gusts.
Her very pregnant sister, Pippa, wore forest green gown that was pushed and swished around her baby bump.
Demi Moore looked especially determined to keep her hat in its rightful place!
This stylish group of wedding invitees were forced to clutch their frocks and jackets as they headed inside.
The men weren’t immune to force of Mother Nature. Comedian Stephen Fry and hubby Elliot Spencer were left with ruffled trousers and windswept hair.
Prince Harry's ex Chelsy Davy held onto her navy blue hat for dear life.
Princess Anne stunned in a green ensemble, but she too was locked in a fierce battle to get keep her hat on her head.
Her daughter Zara Tindall matched her hat to her shoes, and she did her best to make sure no parts of the coordinated outfit were carried away with the wind.
They don’t call her a supermodel for nothing! Naomi Campbell made her fight with the wind look GOOD.
Princess Charlotte also handled the weather like a champ!
However, her cousins and fellow bridesmaids looked a lot less impressed by the situation. Princess Eugenie's bridesmaids and pageboys included: Robbie Williams' daughter Theodora, Isla and Savannah Phillips, Mia Tindall, Maud Windsor, and Louis de Givenchy.
Which wedding guest handled the troublesome weather the best? Let us know in the comments.