Princess Eugenie’s wedding, which is set to take place in a month’s time, will have a stricter dress code than the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s wedding.
Did you expect this strictness in a wedding?
Whilst women attending the soon-to-be bride, Eugenie’s big day will still be wearing day dresses and hats, men will be required to wear morning coats.
Although, at Meghan and Prince Harry’s wedding in May, men could wear military uniforms, morning coats or lounge suits. But, have you ever imagined why this difference?
Well, we have the answer here.
However, Eugenie’s fiance, entrepreneur and former club manager, Jack Brooksbank, has never served in the military. And so, he will be wearing a suit and the other guests are expected to do the same.
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It is traditional for British men to wear a morning coat to weddings. Also, it has been speculated that the addition of lounge suits at Meghan’s nuptials could have been for her American guests who may not have been familiar with the tradition.
Fergie is reportedly nervous about the day. Wondering why?
She is worried about having to see her former father-in-law, the Duke of Edinburgh. As he is said to have never forgiven her after her 1992 separation from Prince Andrew.
Princess Eugenie’s royal wedding is set to be a large and lavish affair with approximately 850 invitees. Famous invitees include Robbie Williams, David and Victoria Beckham, George and Amal Clooney, and of course Elton John.
A further 1,200 members of the public will be allowed into the castle grounds to see the arrival and departure of the newlyweds. The ceremony will be preceded by a carriage procession and followed by a two-day wedding party at Royal Lodge.
Also read: The One Person Prince Philip Doesn’t Want At Princess Eugenie’s Wedding.
According to one of our sources:-
The idea for the carriage tour came from the bride’s parents. The source said: “Andrew and Sarah have been very involved with the planning. And they both want this to be a full-scale royal wedding”.
“They were very keen for Princess Eugenie and Jack to have a carriage procession. Poor Eugenie has been having last-minute jitters about whether people will turn out, and what the weather is going to do”.