Royal fans had been hoping Sarah Ferguson would upload some photos of the special occasion.
However, the Duchess of York didn’t mention the wedding at all on her Twitter or Instagram pages.
Instead, it was business as usual for the royal, who took to Twitter and Instagram to promote her Storytime with Fergie and Friends sessions, in which she reads children’s books with a guest and uploads the video to YouTube.
Fans quickly responded to the Duchess’ posts, with many wishing for more pictures of the wedding to be released.
One said on Friday: “Are we to be deprived of one pic from the wedding? Poo. Congratulations to the bride and groom.”
Another wrote: “How come there is no mention of your daughter getting married today.”
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However, while Buckingham Palace appeared willing to share some insight into the wedding, the Duchess of York did not.
On July 17, the day of the wedding, the Duchess said she would be drawing baby elephants with guest friend Mark Lisk.
The following day, Fergie said she would be reading children’s book Peepo! By Allan and Janet Ahlberg.
On Sunday, the Duchess posted a birthday tribute to Joan Willet, a 104-year-old lady who has been climbing hill outside of her Sussex care home in order to raise money for the British Heart Foundation.
The Duchess said: “Happy 104th birthday Joan Willet! Since May, Joan has been climbing the hill outside her care home four times a day, and has raised over £10,000 so far for the BHF. You are an extraordinary and inspirational lady!”
Ms Willet has been inspired by Captain Sir Tom Moore, the 100-year-old war veteran who took on a similar walking challenge and raised tens of millions for NHS charities.
The veteran was knighted by the Queen in a private ceremony at Windsor Castle on the same day as Princess Beatrice’s wedding.
According to Buckingham Palace, the knighting ceremony was the first of its kind and Captain Tom Moore has said he will keep quiet about what was said between himself and Her Majesty.