The thoughtful gesture certainly came in handy yesterday when the Brooksbank brothers walked to St. George's Chapel in the wind.
The cosy snaps saw members of both side of the family huddled together in a relaxed, intimate pose that appeared devoid of hierarchy or pecking order.
They also stand very politely and keep whatever passion they have for each other behind closed doors.
As it's hard to see the brooch in this picture, we're hoping the Palace releases another photo of Eugenie where it is in frame.
When Harry and Meghan tied the knot in May, analysts were quick to comment their "more relaxed approach" compared to William and Kate's wedding portraits.
"The Queen and Prince Philip could hardly look happier".
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"The images were taken by photographer Alex Bramall at Windsor Castle and later in the day at the private dinner at Royal Lodge".
A group photograph taken in the White Drawing Room at Windsor shows both the bride and groom's families. Couture designer Sam Dougal, of design house Gainsbourg, took to Instagram to reveal the 28-year-old bride's day-after wardrobe choice for her festival-themed family event.
Trump and first lady Melania Trump made a charity donation as a wedding gift to Duke and Duchess of Sussex, but did not publicly congratulate them on social media.
Of course, it wasn't the only sweet moment between the couple at the royal wedding.
Yes, not only did the pair celebrate the afters in style with a lunch reception hosted by the Queen and an evening party hosted by the Duke of York, they went for round three on Saturday with numerous guests returning to enjoy the party. As a matter of fact, many royal fans and critics noticed that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge showed a rare public display of affection and it was all caught on camera, too.
The head bridesmaid is also usually in charge of corralling the flower girls and page boys, but Lady Louise Windsor was given that task.