Royal fans left confused after seeing Ricky Martin at royal wedding


Ricky Martin’s appearance at Princess Eugenie’s Windsor Castle wedding baffles fans who have no clue how he knows the royal

Princess Eugenie’s wedding to Jack Brooksbank on Friday was attended by a host of A-listers.

Yet one famous face sitting in the pews at St George’s Chapel, Windsor, shocked eagle-eyed fans as they wondered how singer Ricky Martin, 46, knows the royal couple. 

Arriving with his husband, Swedish artist Jwan Yosef, 34, the Livin’ La Vida Loca hitmaker sent viewers into a spin with his dashing entire. 

Who knew they were pals? Ricky Martin baffled Royal Wedding fans on Friday as he arrived at Princess Eugenie’s nuptials to Jack Brooksbank 

One Royal Wedding enthusiast wrote: ‘Wait. Wait. Ricky Martin is at the royal wedding?! If he doesn’t perform Livin’ la Vida Loca or Shake Your Bon-Bon for the first dance, I’ll be so disappointed.’


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Another complimented the Princess on her celebrity invitations and said: ‘Ricky Martin!! I can’t. Eugenie, great guest list.’

But others were simply left confused by his appearance: ‘Someone PLEASE explain to me how Ricky Martin and Naomi Campbell are at the Royal Wedding?!’

So many questions: The Livin’ La Vida Loca hitmaker sent viewers into a spin with his arrival

One added: ‘Liv Tyler, Holly Valance, Demi Moore, Jamie Redknapp, Pixie Geldof, Ellie Goulding, Ricky Martin… this guest list is so random!’

However, Ricky was thought to have met the Queen’s granddaughter in December last year when both attending the party for Art Basel in Miami.

Sporting a full beard, The Voice Australia Judge donned a fetching three-piece suit paired with a light blue tie for the royal occasion.

Reaction: Many were left confused by his appearance: ‘Someone PLEASE explain to me how Ricky Martin and Naomi Campbell are at the Royal Wedding?!’

Princess Eugenie wed drinks industry executive Jack Brooksbank in an idyllic ceremony in Windsor on Friday morning. 

The Queen’s granddaughter’s nuptials were held at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle at 11am, with most senior members of the Royal Family set to attend.

Heading out in their droves, celebrities arrived in force to see the nuptials.

Love at first sight: Princess Eugenie wed drinks industry executive Jack Brooksbank in an idyllic ceremony in Windsor on Friday morning

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It's the second Royal wedding of the year, and the second time we've fallen head over heels in love with a big white dress.

When wondering who might make Princess Eugenie's bridal gown there were plenty of names in the mix. Erdem, Ralph & Russo, Stella McCartney…

But as she stepped out of the car and headed into St. George's Chapel it was announced that her beautiful dress was the work of Peter Pilotto. It's a million miles away from the designer's signature bold prints, but she is a big fan of the label.

We love the elgant long sleeves, jacquard fabric and slightly off shoulder shape with fold over detailing. The voluminous skirt and dramatic train are very regal and when teamed with the Queen Mother's Greville emerald tiara and Charlotte Olympia shoes, it's everything we expected and so much more.

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The princess arrived with her father in the same Rolls Royce 1950 Phantom IV that was lent to the now-Duchess of Sussex on her wedding day by the Queen.

It was made for the monarch when she was still a princess and the first Rolls Royce that she and Prince Philip had, a sign of how special the vehicle is.

The bride and groom decided to have a traditional marriage ceremony which featured language such as ‘thou’ and ‘thee’ instead of ‘you’.

Together: Ricky arrived at the royal wedding with his husband, Swedish artist Jwan Yosef (pictured in September 2018)

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