Eugenie will marry Jack today in the second royal wedding of the year. Thousands of well-wishers are expected to descend on Windsor to watch the occasion.
Find all the latest news and most recent pictures for Princess Eugenie’s wedding here.
Princess Eugenie’s wedding has finally arrived as the Queen’s granddaughter prepares to tie the knot in a lavish ceremony in Windsor today.
In an interview ahead of the wedding, Jack paid tribute to his future wife, calling her a bright shining light.
Members of the royal family will be present their too.
Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, Charles, the senior members will be there. Also, Prince William with Kate Middleton and Prince Harry with Meghan Markle, are all expected to be there for the grand royal celebration.
Also read: This Is The Most Strangest Thing Ever To Happen In History Of British Royal Weddings.
Proud father, Prince Andrew, will walk his daughter down the aisle. Sarah, the bride’s mother, will also take centre stage for the high profile royal occasion.
What will Eugenie’s bouquet look like?
FlorismartUK’ s florist, Katie Jane predicts Eugenie will carry a petite bouquet with delicate symbolic flowers. She told The Royal UK:-
“To her marriage to the Duke of York, Sarah carried Gardenias, Roses, Lily of the valley. Gardenias are an expression of secret love and denotes sincerity”.
“Lily of the valley which has been a staple of previous Royal bouquets means return to happiness. So what about Princess Eugenie? Let us start with the style. My guess is a ‘hand tied’”.
“Mindful of her eco, sustainable wedding choices, I imagine it will be influenced by British flowers. So, we could see Freesias as these will be seasonally available in the UK”.
Also read: First Look At Princess Eugenie And Jack Brooksbank’s Royal Wedding Cake.
Have people really travelled to Windsor today?
Harry and Meghan’s wedding was always going to be a hard act to follow. And it seems Eugenie and Jack are indeed nowhere near as popular as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
A travel planning platform found searches from global users making their way to Windsor are down 64.85 compared to the month before Prince Harry wed Meghan Markle.