Live Streaming Princess Eugenie And Jack Brooksbank’s Wedding Televised, Live Updates, Wedding Ring & Engagement Ring, Where to watch Princess Eugenie And Jack Brooksbank’s Wedding – Like Meghan and Harry’s wedding, another Queen Elisabeth’s grand-daughter Princess Eugenie is set to marry her long-term partner Jack Broosbank on Friday 12 October in St George’s Chapel of Windsor Castle – just like her brother Harry and Meghan did few months back.
Some details have been released about the wedding ceremony. The Dean of Windsor, David Conner, will marry the couple while the Archbishop of York, John Sentamu, will take over full official prayers. According to reports about 800 guests will be at the wedding service.
About 1,200 members of the public have been invited into the castle grounds to enjoy the occasion, and it is likely the service will be broadcast live to the lucky group.
Buckingham Palace said they had received more than 100,000 applications from members of the public wanting to share in the couple’s big day.
There may be a few famous faces among the guests from singer Ellie Goulding and model Cara Delevingne, to the children of Sir Richard Branson, Holly and Sam, who are all friends of the princess.
Harry’s former girlfriends, Chelsy Davy and Cressida Bonas, are also likely to attend as they know the bride-to-be well.
Eugenie’s sister Princess Beatrice is likely to be the maid of honour and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, are expected to be among the pageboys and bridesmaids. Mr Brooksbank’s younger brother Tom is reportedly his best man while the Queen’s party planner and cousin Lady Elizabeth Anson is said to be helping the bride and her mother Sarah, Duchess of York, prepare for the big day.
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This week, the BBC responded to rumors that the network refused to air the Queen’s granddaughter’s nuptials.
Earlier this month, an anonymous source told the Mail on Sunday that the BBC “turned [Eugenie’s wedding] down because they don’t think enough people will tune in and that there isn’t enough support for the Yorks.”
The alleged source continued, “The feeling at the Palace is that the BBC has dropped the ball. At the end of the day this is going to be a huge Royal Wedding, with all the senior members of the Royal Family in attendance. But nobody wants to take the risk and spend the money it would cost to put it on air.”
I think those interested to watch this weeding will link up on ITV’s royal news show The Royal Rota in September is believed to aired on that day.