Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank invite public to royal wedding

Princess Eugenie wedding members of the public

Eugenie is set to marry her long-term partner Jack Brooksbank on October 12 at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle - the same venue where Prince Harry and the Duchess of Sussex said their vows in May.

Each ticketholder will be able to see the senior members of the Royal family walking into the church, as well as any invited celebrities.

Like Harry and Meghan Markle, Eugenie and future husband Jack Brooksbank will invite members of the public to join in the celebrations when they Wednesday on October 12.

Mr Brooksbank is a former manager of Mayfair club Mahiki and the couple met while skiing. And though it remains to be seen how their big day at St. George's Chapel will compare to the nuptials before them, the princess is definitely following in her cousin's footsteps in one way: the couple will enjoy a carriage ride through Windsor following their ceremony!

Similarly to Harry and Meghan, the newlyweds will also undertake a short carriage procession through Windsor High Street. The 1,200 guests will also listen to a live broadcast of the marriage service.

Getty Images Eugenie and Jack are getting married at St George's Chapel the same location as Megan and Harry's
Getty Images Eugenie and Jack are getting married at St George's Chapel the same location as Megan and Harry's

According to the official Twitter account of Prince Andrew The Duke of York, the father of Princess Eugenie, the soon-to-be-married couple are inviting members of the public onto the grounds of Windsor Castle for their wedding to share in their joy on their "special day".

Their wedding, in May, was watched on television by more than 13 million people. Princess Eugenie now works in the arts as a director at the commercial gallery Hauser and Wirth, and is the second daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah, Duchess of York.

She said the proposal was a "complete surprise" but the "perfect moment".

Eugenie's mother, Sarah Ferguson, said "We love Jack and I am so excited to have a son".

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