A second Royal Family member decides not to attend Princess Eugenie's wedding

A second Royal Family member decides not to attend Princess Eugenie's wedding

A second Royal Family member decides not to attend Princess Eugenie's wedding

Princess Eugenie is set to marry Jack Brooksbank this Friday at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.

The couple has also asked Princess Beatrice, Eugenie's older sister, to be her Maid of Honour, while Thomas Brooksbank, Jack's brother, will be best man.

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The first of which is that she is to sit on Jack's family's side of the chapel during the ceremony.

Cape Town - It's been five months since the Duke and Duchess tied the knot and now, Britain is once again buzzing for another royal wedding.

Savannah and Isla Philips are also bridesmaids.

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Eugenie and Jack will exchange vows at the same venue where her cousin, Prince Harry, married Meghan Markle almost five months ago, so we already have an idea of what the ceremony will look like.

It emerged today that Princess Eugenie is having tequila cocktails and red velvet wedding cake at her big day tomorrow.

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The bride and groom will say their vows, but as has become the norm these days among royal brides - beginning with Princess Diana, and the Duchesses of Cambridge and Sussex following suit - the traditional "to obey" has been taken out.

The little royals are no strangers to these roles.

Detailed announcements will be made and photographs will also be released on the day of the wedding on the official Royal Family website.

As per tradition, Queen Elizabeth II will be the last royal to arrive. "But there's something different about Friday's royal wedding, and people aren't happy".

The couple will then take a short carriage trip through Windsor, echoing that of Harry and Meghan when huge crowds turned out to watch.

George, 5, will be a page boy in the bridal party, and three-year-old Charlotte will be one of six bridesmaids.

According to BBC News, 1,200 members of the public have been invited to the wedding at Windsor Castle.

A second, festival-inspired party will follow on Saturday.

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