Touching images show Princess Eugenie’s wedding bouquet placed on the grave of the unknown soldier in Westminster Abbey. Princess Eugenie married Jack Brooksbank at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle on Friday. The bouquet was placed on the grave inside Westminster Abbey on Saturday. The laying of the bouquet is a long held tradition that began when the Queen Mother married King George VI in 1923. Her brother Fergus died during the First World War. The placing of the bouquet is a tribute to those killed during military conflicts including the First World War. Royal brides traditionally carry a bouquet of light coloured flowers, and Eugenie was sure to stick to tradition. Amelia Christoffers, Florist at Bloom & Wild told the Standard: “Princess Eugenie’s bouquet has followed the traditional royal line of white, sweet-smelling British flowers with plush green foliage, but with an added twist. “Perhaps as a nod to her Scottish heritage, her beautiful arrangement includes blue thistle, which adds a contemporary pop of colour and personality.” Princess Eugenie’s wedding celebrations are set to continue today with a festival themed party containing dodgems, coconut shies and food stalls. Over three million people tuned in to watch the couple’s big day.