Everything you need to know about Princess Eugenie's wedding

Posted October 11, 2018

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank are set to tie the knot in an extravagant royal wedding, at Windsor Castle, on 12 October.

Princess Eugenie is set to marry Jack Brooksbank this Friday at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.

"When Camilla gets together with Beatrice and Eugenie she joins in the talk about how trashy and common Meghan and Kate's lineage is", a palace insider explosively tells.

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St George's Chapel, the medieval chapel inside of Windsor Castle where Eugenie will be married on Friday.

Earlier this week, Eugenie posted a photo on Instagram of her and Beatrice as bridesmaids with the caption #tbt sisterly love.

It'll be another wedding on the books for Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

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They will then take an open-top carriage ride through Windsor, although it will be shorter than the one Harry and Meghan took in May when thousands thronged the streets and hundreds of millions worldwide watched on television. "We're the only other person in each other's lives who can know exactly what the other one is going through".

And while everyone is comparing Eugenie's wedding to Prince Harry and Meghan's lavish affair, some royal fanatics have noticed the similarity between Eugenie's and Catherine's engagement rings. It was not certain whether the 92-year-old queen's husband Prince Philip, 97, who no longer carries out official duties, would be present. And let's not forget their musical guests, including Andrea Bocelli, who will perform two pieces during the service, as well as the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

The royal family is paying for the wedding, but the anti-monarchist group Republic is lobbying Parliament to prevent any public money from being spent on security or other wedding-related costs. It has criticized the royals for using weddings as "PR exercises" and expecting taxpayers to pick up part of the tab.

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It now seems like another royal has made prior commitments, as it has been announced that Prince Edward will also miss part of the celebrations.