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Naomi Campbell Posted a Selfie from Inside Princess Eugenie's Royal Wedding

Social media ban be damned.
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When you're Naomi Campbell, social media bans don't apply. The British supermodel flaunted any suggestion that photos weren't allowed at Princess Eugenie's wedding to Jack Brooksbank, and posted a selfie of herself from inside St. George's Chapel.

"Watching from the choir ??? Beautiful wedding and a beautiful day ????????????," she wrote in the caption.

For the celebratory occasion, Campbell wore a black and silver Ralph & Russo dress, paired with a floral hat, gloves, and a diamond necklace.

While Campbell may seem like an unusual member of the guest list, she and Eugenie's mother Sarah Ferguson have actually been friends for decades.

For example, here they are with Iman in 2002 at the Fashion for Relief runway show, a charity event in support of victims of Hurricane Katrina:


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And here they are at another charity fashion event, which raised funds for Ebola awareness and prevention in 2015:


And here is Campbell posing with Beatrice and Eugenie at a fashion show in London in 2009.


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Campbell was one of a number of famous faces at the royal nuptials. Her fellow supermodel Kate Moss was also in attendance, with her daughter Lila. American actress Liv Tyler captured this pic of the trio of models in the "powder room" alongside Demi Moore.

Other celebrity guests included Ellie Goulding, Robbie Williams, Ricky Martin, James Blunt, and Cara Delevigne. While Elton John and Ed Sheeran were both invited to the celebration, they couldn't make it due to their touring schedules.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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