Princess Eugenie wedding: Beaming bride-to-be Eugenie arrives at Buckingham Palace
BRIDE-TO-BE Princess Eugenie was all smiles as her dark SUV pulled up to Buckingham Palace for a pre-wedding meeting.
Eugenie was pictured today smiling in the passenger of the dark SUV as the countdown to the second Royal Wedding is underway.
The Queen’s granddaugher will marry her fiance Jack Brooksbank in a romantic ceremony at St George’s Chapel in Winsdor Castle next Friday.
Earlier this year, Eugenie’s cousin Prince Harry married Meghan Markle in the same chapel.
Eugenie has revealed her excitement about her upcoming nuptials and is “not stressed at all”
Speaking to Vogue for their September issue, the 28-year-old royal said: “I’m not stressed at all.
“It’s nerve-racking because you want it to be perfect, but then you realise that you’re going to be with the person you love forever and nothing else really matters.”
Princess Eugenie also confirmed her sister Beatrice will be her maid of honour on October 12.
The Palace has confirmed the Queen is still in
Princess Eugenie earlier today shared an adorable throwback snap of herself and sister Princess Beatrice dressed as bridesmaids.
The sisters were bridesmaids to their former nanny when she married royal bodyguard Ben Dady at St Chad’s Church, Withington, Manchester.
In the picture Eugenie would have been around three years old, while her sister Beatrice would have aged five.
The pair were dressed in delicate white dresses with flower headdresses for the wedding in 1993.
Princess Eugenie and her boyfriend of seven years Jack Brooksbank’s engagement was announced in January.
In March, the excited bride-to-be Eugenie posted another photo on Instagram with herself and Beatrice dressed as bridesmaids, captioning it: “90s throwback…wedding planning starts!!”
Eugenie and Mr Brooksbank have invited 1,200 members of the public onto the grounds of Windsor Castle to share in their big day – echoing Meghan and Harry’s May wedding.
After the ceremony, Eugenie and Mr Brooksbank will embark on a “short carriage ride from the Royal Mews, out of Windsor Castle and on to part of the High Street”, a statement from the Royal Family said.
It is the same route that Prince Andrew and Sophie, Countess of Wessex took on their special day – and is slightly different to Meghan and Harry’s procession.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK