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Princess Eugenie married the love of her life, Jack Brooksbank, in a sweet ceremony earlier today. 

And all eyes were on the bride and what she was going to be wearing. 

BBC News, however, made a big blunder when describing the bridal gown. 

Victoria Derbyshire described the dress as “beautiful”, but the subtitles accidentally read: “What a beautiful breasts”. 

The moment didn’t go unnoticed by viewers on Twitter who pointed out the hilarious moment. 

One wrote: “Not sure... what a beautiful breasts. Absolutely fitting her.”

A second shared: “Either the subtitles machine is broken or BBC News are getting rather personal about Princess Eugenie.”

But nevertheless, royal fans were thrilled to see Eugenie tie the knot with Jack. 

Many flocked to Twitter to share their thoughts on the all-important dress. 

Someone wrote: “It was a wonderful wedding! Princess Eugenie looked beautiful in a very stylish understated Peter Pilotto dress. Her sister Beatrice looked beautiful also and gave a lovely reading of FScott Fitzgerald. Such a tasteful low key wedding! So joyous to watch!”

Another added: “Princess Eugenie's dress was stunning!”

A third wept: “I think Eugenie‘s dress my favourite royal wedding dress ever.”

Eugenie’s stunning gown was designed by Peter Pilot and Christopher De Vos.

The off-the-shoulder number featured a flowing skirt with delicate lace prints. 

The designers work for Peter Pilotto, a London-based label, which was founded in 2017. 

Eugenie was particularly keen to make sure the dress was exactly as she wanted it. 

The low back detail was a touching nod to her battle with scoliosis.

She had previously revealed how a lengthy operation helped to ease the pain she was feeling. 

As a result, Eugenie was left with a scar down her back, which she showed off proudly today. 

Her dress was accompanied by the Greville Emerald Kokoshnik Tiara, lent to her by the Queen. 

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