Move over Meghan Markle, because your royal wedding is over and now it's time for Princess Eugenie to have her moment in the spotlight. You know, Eugenie? Lover of big hats, and also lover of a nightclub manager named Jack Brooksbank? Her!
Eugenie is going to the chapel and she's going to get married, so let's brush up on everything we know about her royal wedding, shall we?
October 12, 2018. Please make travel arrangements to England now before flights get expensive, thanks.
The Date ~Drama~
Apparently, Eugenie and Jack were forced to postpone their royal wedding from September to October thanks to SOME PEOPLE deciding to go on vacation. Those people being Harry and Meghan. A source dished to : "There is talk of a number of foreign tours for Prince Harry and Miss Markle this year, and September is a date that has been mooted. There is nothing concrete yet, but it looks as if Eugenie and Jack will go for October instead."
Meanwhile, Jack Brooksbank's grandmother had a lot of thoughts on the matter, musing: "I do know that they’re now not going to get married in September. He [Jack] said ‘We can’t get married in September now so we will have to get married in October. They [the Royal family] have got something else going on then I think so they couldn’t. So he just said that if they can’t get married in September they will have to get married in October." COOL, GOT IT!
St George's Chapel in Windsor. Or, as you probably know it, the place Meghan and Harry literally just got married. That's not awkward or anything! It'll be fine! Eugenie's wedding is also a big deal and don't you dare say otherwise!
If your answer to this poll was "soz, who are we talking about?" Eugenie has this to say to you:
Per the , Eugenie will keep her royal title post-wedding (she's a princess!) and will have the option to take her husband's last name. Meaning, she could be referred to as Princess Eugenie Brooksbank.
We likely won't find out who's designing Eugenie's dress until the big day, but she did confirm in an engagement interview that she's staying away from "meringue shoulders," as "that's a bit unfashionable." Wow, shade to Diana's gown, but guess I'll get over it.
The Wedding Planning
According to circa Meghan and Harry's wedding, planning is a job that The Lord Chamberlain's Office at Buckingham Palace takes on—with the help of the bride and groom, of course! FYI, reports that this wedding will be paid for privately "except for the security provisions" (which presumably fall on the British tax payer.)
Like Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton, Eugenie will likely whip out a tiara on her big day. WHICH tiara, you ask? Unclear, but possibly the York tiara—which Eugenie's mother Sarah Ferguson wore to her wedding.
"Traditionally when brides get married, they normally wear the family tiara, which in this case would be the York Tiara," royal expert Grant Harrold told , adding that the headpiece was "believed to be gifted to Princess Eugenie's mother, The Duchess of York, on the occasion of her wedding to Prince Andrew in 1986 by The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh."
That's all for now, but rest assured we'll be updating this list with more details as they emerge—including updates on the cake, flowers, guests, and bridal party!
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