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Private moments shared between Princess Eugenie and husband Jack Brooksbank on their wedding day have been revealed by a lip reader.
The couple married in 2019 in front of the Royal Family at St George's Chapel in Windsor just ten months after their engagement was announced.
Now little details regarding the ceremony have come out through intimate conversations between Eugenie and her new husband on the day.
A lip reader has revealed how Eugenie took charge on the day and helped her husband through the spotlight on them during the big day.
According to the Mirror, the lip reader caught Eugenie cheekily asking Jack: “Why aren't you holding my hand?” as they listened to readings in the ceremony.
She also took the lead by timing when the couple would take their first kiss outside the chapel as she told Jack: “Let's kiss”.
Jack’s first moments of seeing his wife after walking down the aisle were also revealed by lip readers in a sweet moment.
They revealed he said: "Oh, my heart" when he saw his Eugenie before adding: "Oh break my heart."
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Eugenie is now appearing to follow in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s footsteps by announcing her own podcast series with charity The Anti-Slavery Collective, which she co-founded, this year.
Harry and Meghan signed an exclusive podcast deal with Spotify in 2020.
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Last week marked the fourth anniversary of Eugenie and Jack's engagement announcement.
They have since welcomed son August into the world, who will celebrate his first birthday next month.
Speaking at the time, Jack's gran gave an unusual response upon hearing the engagement announcement.
She said he was "not the most intelligent" and never expected him to marry in to the Royal Family.
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