Liv Tyler leads the glamour at Princess Eugenie’s wedding
Get ready for another royal wedding: Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank are getting married on Friday, October 12.
There was some overlap in Eugenie’s guest list and her cousin Prince Harry’s for his and Meghan Markle‘s wedding in May.
Lucy Hough spoke to locals in the Berkshire town to gauge interest for Princess Eugenie’s wedding to Jack Brooksbank. Similar to Meghan and Harry’s nuptials, Eugenie and Jack will be having their own carriage ride around Windsor following the ceremony.
The decision to broadcast the event live on television also raised eyebrows, although it will be shown on an extended version of ITV Daytime’s This Morning.
Three-year-old Princess Charlotte, daughter of second-in-line to the throne Prince William and his wife Kate, will also be a bridesmaid while her brother Prince George, 5, will be a page boy.
By trying to rival her wedding people think she’s trying to make herself for of a public star.
Only a few Halloween face masks feature Eugenie, though some shopkeepers say that will change in the hours ahead of her wedding.
While the couple could give us the good news soon, Meghan is planning to stay busy on the work front as she has finally started “to feel more settled” in her new role within the British royal family.
Not that anyone appears to have told the bride and groom.
The Duchess of Cornwall, however, will not be attending as she has a prior engagement, while the Duke of Edinburgh, 97, may decide to skip the celebration depending on his well-being.
Meghan’s wedding dress, with its 16ft train and veil which was adorned with the flowers of the 53 commonwealth countires, is estimated to have cost a whopping £387,000.
The Order of Service revealed Eugenie will not be vowing to obey her husband – something Harry and Meghan skipped as well. Pics from when they were younger.
In an interview with British Vogue earlier this year, Eugenie said she is “anti-plastic” and aims for the wedding to be plastic-free.
The charity announcement came shortly after the Dean of Windsor, David Conner, called the princess and her fiance “the ideal couple”, saying it had been a “pleasure” to work with them.