Princess Eugenie to invite members of the United Kingdom public to her wedding

Lewis Collier
July 22, 2018

Princess Eugenie has invited 1,200 members of the public to attend her royal wedding on October 12. The 1,200 guests will also listen to a live broadcast of the marriage service.

The palace said the couple were "delighted" to have people share in the celebrations.

And, like the wedding of Harry and Meghan, a carriage procession through Windsor will follow the ceremony.

According to Kensington Palace, Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank will start their carriage procession at the Castle Hill and will proceed to the High Street.

Members of the public can visit to apply for the chance to be in the grounds.

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Invitees to the castle grounds will also include members of the local community, children from the schools attended by the princess, royal household staff and representatives of charities supported by Eugenie and Jack.

It was previously claimed Robbie Williams and Ayda Field's five-year-old daughter, Teddy, will be one of the flower girls at the couple's wedding, alongside Prince William and Duchess Catherine's daughter Princess Charlotte, three, and four-year-old Maud Windsor, who is the daughter of Lord Freddie Windsor and his wife, actress Sophie Winkleman.

'It has certainly made me a better mother to my daughters, giving me a sense of perspective and allowing me to encourage them to use the platform they have to get involved in charitable work, ' the Duchess wrote in a piece for the Evening Standard.

The 27-year-old princess - who is ninth in line to the throne - became engaged to her boyfriend of seven years, Jack Brooksbank, in Nicaragua in January this year. She will marry, just as her cousin did, at St. George's Chapel in Windsor.

The first is of the couple at a function, both wearing sunglasses with Eugenie staring happily at her fiance.

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