Princess Eugenie's Maid of Honour, Princess Beatrice, and her mother, Sarah, The Duchess of York, arrived together for the Royal Wedding.
The two women shared a car as they arrived at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle at around 10.40am on Friday morning.
They were shown to their seats by James, Viscount Severn, ten, who was serving as one of two special attendants on the day.
Sarah, of course, had a big role to play as Mother of the Bride, while Maid of Honour Beatrice also gave a reading from the novel The Great Gatsby.
Princess Eugenie was accompanied to the chapel by her father Prince Andrew, The Duke of York, who walked her down the aisle.
Eugenie's wedding dress was designed by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos and featured long sleeves with a flowing train, folded shoulders, and a low back.
She specifically requested the low back as she wanted to show the scar on her spine from surgery to correct scoliosis at the age of 12.
She had told ITV's This Morning in an earlier interview: "I had an operation when I was 12 on my back, and you'll see on Friday [at the wedding], but it's a lovely way to honour the people who looked after me and a way of standing up for young people who also go through this.
"I think you can change the way beauty is, and you can show people your scars and I think it's really special to stand up for that."
The royal chose not to wear a veil, accessorising instead with the Greville Emerald tiara which she borrowed from her grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.
She also wore earrings that were a wedding gift from Jack.
Around 850 guests including The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex watched Eugenie and Jack marry.
The Duchesses of Cambridge and Sussex slipped into the chapel quickly with royal commentators suggesting they did not want to upstage Eugenie on her wedding day.
It also meant it was hard for the TV cameras to get a glimpse of their outfits until they were actually seated inside the chapel.
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, wore navy Givenchy as she arrived with husband Prince Harry, while Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, wore a fuchsia pink Alexander McQueen outfit as she arrived with husband Prince William.
Around 1,200 members of the public were given special invitations to watch proceedings from within the grounds of Windsor Castle following a public ballot.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's children George, five, and Charlotte, three, were among Princess Eugenie's bridal party.
Also included as a bridesmaid was Robbie and Ayda Williams' daughter Theodora, six, who is nicknamed Teddy.
Representatives from charities supported by the couple were also given access to the castle grounds, where they can watch a live broadcast.
Eugenie and Jack announced on Friday morning they have chosen British fashion photographer Alex Bramall to take their wedding pictures, after he previously shot Eugenie for Harper's Bazaar magazine.
He said: "It is an honour and a privilege to be invited to photograph Princess Eugenie and Jack on this most special of days. I look forward with great excitement to capturing this significant occasion and wish them both a happy future together."
The wedding had an autumnal theme, which was reflected in the choice of flowers and decorations in the chapel.
Floral designer Rob Van Helden is in charge of the floral displays, which have been created using foliage sourced from Windsor Great Park combined with roses, spray roses, hydrangeas, dahlias and berries.
Eugenie, 28, and Jack, 32, met when they were both on skiing holidays to the same resort in Switzerland seven years ago.
In an interview with This Morning's Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford that aired on Friday morning, Eugenie said it had been "love at first sight".
Jack added: "We were skiing with friends and I saw her first. Then we just stared at each other."
Eugenie laughed: "I thought, 'What a silly hat! Who is that?' And then he came over and shook my hand and it was all butterflies and nervous.
"I think I rang my mum that night and said, 'I've just met this guy Jack!' I remember thinking, 'I really like this guy, I hope he likes me too!'"
Jack described Eugenie as a "bright, shining light", while Eugenie said: "Jack is the kind of guy, you know when you are lost at a party and you can't find anyone to talk to and you start panicking and you need help? He walks in, makes everybody feel so special. He will scoop you up, talk to you and make you feel a million dollars. He is so humble and generous. That person you know immediately you've got a friend."
The couple announced their engagement through Buckingham Palace in January.
Jack proposed during a holiday to Nicaragua, presenting Eugenie with a padparadscha sapphire ring surrounded by diamonds.
He got down on one knee after the couple hiked to a beautiful spot next to a lake, with a volcano in the background.
Eugenie previously told BBC's The One Show: "It was really surprising, even though we'd been together seven years."
Eugenie is the youngest daughter of Prince Andrew, The Duke of York, and Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York.
Jack, meanwhile, works as European Brand Manager for George Clooney's tequila brand Casamigos.
His grandmother, Joanna Newton, 91, famously joked to Daily Mail earlier this year: "I never thought he would get married to a Royal. He's a charming boy and all that but not the most intelligent and I would never have thought this would happen.
"I just never thought it would go this far, her being a member of the Royal family. But Jack has always had lovely manners and has always been a good egg."
Princess Eugenie is ninth in line to the throne.
She and Jack are marrying at the same venue where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle - now The Duke and Duchess of Sussex - tied the knot in May this year.
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