Princess Eugenie wedding – BBC subtitles make VERY rude mistake during Royal Wedding

As Princess Eugenie left the car for St George's Chapel in Windsor, a presenter remarked "what a beautiful dress".

But a blunder meant the subtitles read: "What a beautiful breasts."

Eagle-eyed viewers were quick to point out the mistake on Twitter this afternoon.

@Ollie_Bayliss said: "Either the subtitles machine is broken or BBC News are getting rather personal about Princess Eugenie"

@mattg1502 wrote: "BBC Subtitles at it again… Is Boris writing the subtitles?"



While @scottygb said: "The BBC's subtitles during a #RoyalWedding news report made QUITE the error."

Eugenie is marrying long-term boyfriend Jack Brooksbank in a lavish ceremony at St George's Chapel in front of 850 A-lister guests.

The bride looked stunning in a long-sleeved dress with a V back made by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos of the British label Peter Pilotto.

Eugenie arrived with her dad Prince Andrew in the same Rolls Royce as Kate Middleton did for her 2011 wedding to Prince Harry.

Her sister and maid-of-honour Princess Beatrice arrived with mum Sarah Ferguson to cheers from the crowd.


The newlyweds listened to a stunning rendition of Ava Maria at the church after exchanging vows in front of the crowd of A-listers and the Queen.

Meghan Markle, stunning in a blue Givenchy outfit, was one of the last to arrive with husband Prince Harry, while the Queen wore light blue.

The Duchess of Cambridge also arrived by Prince William's side, struggling like her fellow guests to keep her dress under control due to the strong winds.

Princess Eugenie, 28, said she was nervous ahead of her big day – but said she couldn't wait to exchange vows with her boyfriend of seven years.

In an interview with Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford, who will anchor coverage of the royal wedding on ITV, the couple described the moment they met for the first time.

Brooksbank said: "We were skiing in a friend's place out in Switzerland, and [looking at Eugenie] I saw you first, didn't I? And we just stared at each other."

In an interview with Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford, who will anchor coverage of the royal wedding on ITV, the couple described the moment they met for the first time.

Brooksbank said: "We were skiing in a friend's place out in Switzerland, and [looking at Eugenie] I saw you first, didn't I? And we just stared at each other."

Jack described Eugenie as a "bright shining light".

While Eugenie admitted the whole thing was "nerve-wracking and a bit scary" she added: "At the end of the day you get to marry the person you love… and you're going to be at the end of the aisle, and I'm going to be running towards you."

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