Princess Eugenie's second wedding dress was an ethereal gift from above and this unseen photo proves it 6 months ago

Princess Eugenie's second wedding dress was an ethereal gift from above and this unseen photo proves it

Megan Markle wishes.

Last year, Princess Eugenie got married and she wore a nice wedding dress.

She then went to her wedding afters and wore an even nicer second wedding dress.

It was long, it had a train, it was silky and the fit was ridiculous. Essentially, she looked like an absolute goddess and neither we nor anybody else in the UK or Ireland was worthy.

And, as it turns out, we're still not, because a new, never-before-seen, exclusive, surprise photo of Eugenie in her second wedding dress has emerged.

And Jesus Christ, it's something else.

Zac Posen, who designed the custom made gown for the princess, shared the photo of himself tending to Eugenie's train on his Instagram account.

To mark the royal's birthday, he said that he had been honoured to collaborate with her and her "... natural elegance, (a) heart of gold and sophisticated humour."

The designer also said that Eugenie had "knocked (his) socks off" and commended her campaign, the Anti-Slavery Collective, for shining a light on slavery and its global impact on young women.

Eugenie married Jack Brooksbank at St George's Chapel last year.

The couple's wedding outfits have since gone on display at Windsor Castle, featuring an audio guide recorded by Eugenie discussing the details of both her wedding dresses.