Published: Fri, October 12, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Britain celebrates second royal wedding of the year

Britain celebrates second royal wedding of the year

Windsor will host its second royal wedding of the year on Friday when Princess Eugenie, the younger daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah, Duchess of York, marries her long-term boyfriend, tequila brand ambassador Jack Brooksbank. According to reports, the official "I dos" will happen at around 6am ET.

You might not have heard, but there's yet another royal wedding taking place.

Princess Anne stuck to this rule, wearing an all-green outfit she wore a year ago at Royal Ascot. Be sure to tune in below to catch the festivities as they happen live.

Ahead of her big day, the royal reflected on the surgery and the importance of the charity during an interview with ITV's This Morning. The invitation list stretches to 850 guests - 250 more than Meghan and Harry.

Former "Take That" star Williams and his wife Ayda Field are friends with Eugenie and her sister Princess Beatrice.

Princess Eugenie has suggested her wedding dress could reveal scars from a childhood back surgery.

Not only are they going to Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's upcoming wedding, they're about to embark on a tour of Australia, Fiji, New Zealand, and the Kingdom of Tonga.

The couple have also confirmed their bridal party and you'll recognize some adorable familiar faces including bridesmaids Princess Charlotte, Savannah Philips, Isla Philips and Mia Tindall.

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He and Eugenie have dated for many years.

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

The newlyweds will then depart on a short carriage procession around Windsor.

Eugenie has worked for several years in a fulltime position with the Hauser and Wirth art gallery in London.

There has been some criticism about the cost of security around the event, which will be paid for by the taxpayer like all royal events.

The group says Eugenie does not carry out royal duties and that weddings are personal, private occasions, not affairs of state.

The Rev. David Connor, the dean of Windsor, will give the address, while American Bishop Michael Curry spoke at Harry and Meghan's wedding. See her stunning dress here!

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