Princess Eugenie's royal wedding guests arrive
- Author: Michelle Webb Oct 12, 2018,
Oct 12, 2018, 15:02
The Duchess of Cambridge just arrived at St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle for the wedding of her cousin-in-law Princess Eugenie and fiancé Jack Brooksbank.
The daughter of singer Robbie Williams is a bridesmaid, along with Princess Charlotte, 3, daughter of Harry's elder brother Prince William and his wife Kate.
Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank will get married tomorrow, Friday October 12.
Royal fans will be keen to see how the wedding compares to that of Harry and Meghan, who Wednesday in the same venue just five months ago.
Cara showed up in a top hat and tails to the wedding at St George's chapel in Windsor, where Meghan and Harry were Wednesday earlier this year.
But, not one to ever do things by the book, Naomi added some extra edge to her look with a very funky pair of black leather gloves that stopped at mid-forearm - and perfectly matched the black leather handbag that she carried with her.
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Eugenie is following tradition by not revealing who designed her wedding gown, but she has said it will be a British designer.
Joe Little, managing editor of Majesty magazine, explained to People earlier this year that because Wills is "older" and "more senior" - not to mention a future king - he should go first with his wife due to the "pecking order" in the royal family.
Another 1,200 members of the public selected by ballot will listen to a live broadcast in the castle grounds, and thousands are expected to watch from outside.
"When it is all over, Eugenie will continue to live with an identity experienced by a tiny minority: as a fully fledged princess, gawped at, envied and scrutinized by all", Bell wrote. The one notable absence will be the Duchess of Cornwall, who is attending a longstanding engagement at a Scottish school.
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The fabric itself includes several meaningful motifs, including a Scottish thistle as a nod to Balmoral, an Irish shamrock (for Eugenie's maternal family), the York rose (for England) and ivy to represent the bride and groom's home.
The This Morning at the Royal Wedding show continues until 12.30pm.