Princess Eugenie’s wedding date is in October.
The Princess of York and her fiance Jack Brooksbank seem to have taken inspiration from many aspect of Meghan Markle, 37, and Prince Harry’s big day.
That includes the venue for the ceremony, which is St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle.
However, one element of Eugenie’s big day will take after another royal wedding.
Sophie Rhys-Jones married Prince Edward on 19 June 1999.
Prince Edward, now 54, is the youngest son of Queen Elizabeth, 92, and Prince Philip, 96,
Just like Meghan and Harry they married in St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.
Edward is also Eugenie’s uncle, and is the younger brother of her father Prince Andrew, 58.
It was revealed that Eugenie and Jack will have a carriage procession after they tie knot.
However, they will follow the route Edward and Sophie did.
After their ceremony Edward and his new wife rode from St George’s Chapel to St George’s Hall.
Sophie’s wedding dress was designed by Samantha Shaw and had long sleeves.
It was made from silk organza and silk crepe and Sophie wore a diamond tiara from the Queen.
For the wedding 8,000 members of the public were invited onto the castle grounds for the big date.
A much more sedate affair, this wedding celebrated a marriage that has lasted the test of time.
Both of the Queen’s other sons divorced their first wives.
Prince Charles, 69, and Princess Diana famously split, as did Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, 58.
Princess Eugenie’s wedding is set to honour her parents in one way.
The Archbishop of York, a nod to her parents’ titles, will also lead the prayers.
After the ceremony, Eugenie and Jack will embark on a “short carriage ride from the Royal Mews, out of Windsor Castle and on to part of the High Street.”
The Royals list places where the Royal Couple will be able to be seen, naming Castle Hill, the High Street and Park Street.
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Her full title is Princess Eugenie Victoria Helena of York. She is the Queen’s sixth grandchild and is currently ninth in the line of succession.
Eugenie started her education at Winkfield Montessori before heading to Upton House School and Coworth Park School.
She then attended St.George’s School in Windsor before completing her A levels in Art, English Literature, and History of Art at Marlborough College.
To undertake her Bachelors degree in English Literature, History of Art and Politics, Eugenie attended Newcastle University.
In 2013, Eugenie moved to New York City to work for online auction firm Paddle8 as a benefit auctions manager.
She returned to London in 2015 to work for Hauser & Wirth art gallery as an associate director, gaining a promotion to be a director in 2017.
Princess Eugenie joined Instagram in March this year, the first royal to officially do so. Other members of the Royal Family have accounts run by the palaces.
She has 281,000 followers, but is only following 19 accounts, including close friend Ellie Goulding, her mother, and Queen Rania of Jordan.
Eugenie mixes in strictly A List circles, and is friends with celebrities and the cream of British society.
Close girlfriends include Cressida Bonas and Chelsy Davy, both former flames of Prince Harry.
Ellie Goulding, Cara Delevinge, Jack Whitehall, Jimmy Carr, and James Blunt are also known to be friendly with the Princess.