Royal wedding dresses are always stunning, but they can be a little hard to maneuver in. Kate Middleton got an assist from her sister Pippa at her wedding to Prince William in 2011, and Meghan Markle's train needed some help from her pageboys.
At Princess Eugenie's wedding to Jack Brooksbank, she was walked up the stairs of St. George's Chapel by her father, Prince Andrew, Duke of York. Along the way, the train of her Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos-designed dress needed fixing, and luckily Dad was there to step in.
There were also attendants on hand to help out.
And watching the video of their arrival only makes the father-daughter moment more touching, as you can see see all of the details, like the blustering wind, the excited crowd, and the attendants helping as Eugenie and Andrew make their way up the steps.
The dress was also readjusted when the Eugenie reached the top of the stairs and prepared to enter the chapel.
The moment was a throwback to when Eugenie's mother, Sarah, Duchess of York got her train adjusted ahead of her wedding to Andrew at Westminster Abbey in 1986.
As The Daily Mail reports, shortly before the wedding, Andrew spoke with ITV's This Morning and revealed how he felt about walking Eugenie down the aisle.
"It's a very small role, I just have to walk slowly. I haven't been the father of a bride so I don't know what to expect, but I'm looking forward to it," he said. "I'll have to walk on the left of the carpet to make sure that she can get enough room."
He continued, "That's a lesson I got from my wedding. My father-in-law walked down the middle so Sarah said 'Get over to the other side.'"
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