Princess Eugenie's wedding is fast approaching, and fans of the royal family are understandably excited for the second royal wedding of the year.
And even though Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's, their reception will be held somewhere completely different. Here's everything you need to know about .ceremony will happen at the very same place as
Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's wedding ceremony will take place in St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle
It's likely that you'll need little introduction to St. George's Chapel, as it just so happens to be where in May 2018.
The reception will be held at Royal Lodge in Windsor
It's been revealed by thatreception will be held at Royal Lodge in Windsor. As the Yorks' family home, Royal Lodge will provide an intimate and familiar setting for the wedding reception, and as a source tells , Princess Eugenie 'spent a lot of her life in Windsor', and considers herself to be a local.
and got divorced in 1996. While Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, currently resides at Royal Lodge, Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, apparently still stays in the property when she is in the country.
There will be a large marquee in the grounds of Royal Lodge
According to , Princess Eugenie's parents are also helping to plan their daughter's reception. A source revealed to the publication that, 'The plan is for a marquee to be set up in the grounds and dancing late into the night.' The confirms that following the ceremony, guests will be taken to 'a marquee in the back garden of the enormous royal property,' where the rest of the celebration will be taking place.
Royal Lodge itself has a rich history, and a lot to offer guests
The unusual property has a long history within the royal family. Royal Lodge was originally built in 1662, but 'was mostly demolished and then rebuilt in the 1830s'. Prior to the Yorks taking up residence in Windsor, the Queen Mother lived at Royal Lodge for some time, too. The Yorks moved in in 2004, and have since extensively.
The building's decor is particularly striking, it features a 'gothic saloon, which was designed in the 1820s by architect John Nash. The room has a stunning nature inspired design, with green painted walls and a lighter green ceiling.'