Guess who's going to be in Princess Eugenie's bridal party

Guess who's going to be in Princess Eugenie's bridal party

Tomorrow she and her family will attend the wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank at St George's Chapel.

She has asked her older sister, Princess Beatrice, to be her maid of honour. Accompanying the news were several sweet throwback photos of the couple and their siblings to mark the special occasion.

Princess Eugenie couldn't stop smiling as she and Jack arrived in Windsor.

The pair are set to walk down the aisle at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle, just like Prince Harry and Meghan Markle did on May 19.

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Princess Eugenie, 28, who is ninth in line to the throne, became engaged to Mr Brooksbank in January after the couple dated for seven years.

After years of keeping her distance, Sarah "Fergie" Ferguson will once again be reunited with the royal family of her ex-husband Prince Andrew as they all gather for her their daughter Eugenie's wedding.

The couple will then take a short carriage trip through Windsor, echoing that of Harry and Meghan when huge crowds turned out to watch. It's going to be televised so we can all take part.

We recently reported that Prince Harry has distanced himself from friends who are "bad influence" because Meghan wants no distraction in the royal's life as they prepare to welcome a baby. It is not clear if their youngest brother, five-month-old Prince Louis, will attend. Sources say the 97-year-old will decide how he is feeling on the day. "She will have spoken to Eugenie about it". And let's not forget their musical guests, including Andrea Bocelli, who will perform two pieces during the service, as well as the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

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The visit is likely to be the Royals' last public outing before the big day on Friday.

Royal weddings are rich in tradition.

An insider told New Idea, jealous Eugenie insisted Kate - who is looking as glamorous as ever following her return from maternity leave - entered through a side entrance, out of the main stream of cameras, in order to avoid the duchess taking away her limelight.

The royal family is paying for the wedding, but the anti-monarchist group Republic is lobbying Parliament to prevent any public money from being spent on security or other wedding-related costs. "But there's something different about Friday's royal wedding, and people aren't happy".

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