Princess Eugenie reveals this detail about her wedding dress – copying Meghan and Kate
Princess Eugenie has been pretty quiet about the details for her upcoming wedding to Jack Brooksbank. However, the princess has revealed some details about her wedding dress – how does it compare to Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton’s?
Princess Eugenie, 28, is tying the knot with her long-term partner Jack Brooksbank this October.
The day is set to be a lavish affair, no doubt attended by all high-ranking members of the Royal Family, along with a host of Eugenie and Jack’s A-list celebrity friends.
Their nuptials will be watched by people all over the world, and will include a carriage procession through Windsor and 1,200 members of the public present.
But when it comes it comes to the more important wedding details, like the dress, Eugenie has been pretty hush-hush, until now.
Princess Eugenie wedding: Princess revealed this about her wedding dress in British Vogue
Appearing on the cover of British Vogue, Eugenie finally spilled some details of her wedding, including the fact that she had found her wedding dress.
Talking in an interview with the publication, she said: “[The dress] is the one thing that I was really decisive about. As soon as we announced the wedding, I knew the designer, and the look, straight away.
“I never thought I’d be the one who knew exactly what I like, but I’ve been pretty on top of it.”
While she wouldn’t reveal the designer, Eugenie has been spotted wearing a lot of Erdem and Osman as of late, even wearing an Erdem floral dress in her engagement photos.
Eugenie could be following in the footsteps of her cousin-in-law Kate Middleton, who famously wore British designer Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen on her 2011 wedding day.
The stunning lace dress featured long lace sleeves, a striking V-neckline and a long, billowing train.
While Meghan Markle’s dress was by Givenchy, a French fashion house, it was actually spearheaded by a British-based designer.
Givenchy creative director Claire Waight Keller thought-up Meghan’s flawlessly simplistic ivory silk, off-the-shoulder gown.
Both Meghan and Kate’s dresses featured long sleeves, a move that could also be replicate by Eugenie – especially with an October wedding.
Meghan also wore a British-based designer for her wedding reception attires, choosing Stella McCartney to design her “lily white”, open back, halter-neck gown.
Kate also represented the British Isles, with Sarah Burton not only designing her famous wedding dress, but also her ivory satin reception dress, finished with diamante belt and fluffy white bolero.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK