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Princess Eugenie’s royal wedding procession route: Where to see the newlyweds today

Cambridges' nanny keeps youngsters in check

The gaggle of youngsters in the bridal party had a few minutes to wait before the bride arrived, and were kept in check by the Cambridges’ nanny.

Prince George held his hand over his ear as trumpeters lined out at the back of the chapel to herald the arrival of Eugenie.

The future king was standing next to sister Princess Charlotte and Peter and Autumn Phillips’ daughter Savannah.

As the trumpeters got in position, the nanny held George and Charlotte’s hands.

Before that, George could be seen looking around the chapel and craning his neck to look up into the high ceiling.

Princess Charlotte stumbles up the steps

Princess Charlotte stumbles up the stepsCredit:PA

The prince could be seen shuffling his feet on the carpet beneath him, while Charlotte went up on her tiptoes at one point.

The group of children were startled and jumped when the trumpeters performed an initial flurry, and Savannah appeared to put a finger in her ear as she anticipated what was to come.

At one stage, George seemed to shake his legs and briefly bobbed up and down in time to the music.

In the few minutes the children had to stand, one little girl appeared to sit down on the stone ledge behind them before the nanny nudged her up.

Princess Beatrice gives Great Gatsby reading

Princess Beatrice, Eugenie’s sister, gives a reading from The Great Gatsby.

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank exchange vows

The royal couple are exchanging vows at the front of the chapel.

Eugenie’s wedding ring was made from a piece of Welsh gold given by the Queen.

The wedding dress

Princess Eugenie looks beautiful in a full-skirted, off shoulder design by design duo Peter Pilotto and Christopher de Vos, stalwarts of London Fashion Week.

They met whilst studying Antwerp. Peter is Austrian/ Italian and de Vos is Belgian/ Peruvian.

The choice is a surprise one from the Princess who had hinted that she would chose a designer with eco credentials, such as Stella McCartney

The brand is known for its innovative textile design, paired with a modern feminine silhouette.

Princess Eugenie met the designers when she was co-hosting an event in support of women artists. Her Royal Highness has been wearing designs by the brand for several years.

Princess Eugenie, Mr Pilotto and Mr De Vos have worked closely together on the design of the dress.

The designers undertook archive research into previous dresses worn by Members of the Royal Family and identified a silhouette.

The design

During several fittings the dress was developed layer by layer, constructing it from the corset and the complex underskirt to the fitted bodice and full pleated skirt.

The dress features a neckline that folds around the shoulders to a low back that drapes into a flowing full length train.

Princess Eugenie's dress

Princess Eugenie's dressCredit:Reuters

The low back feature on the dress was at the specific request of Princess Eugenie who had surgery aged 12 to correct scoliosis.

The fabric

The fabric was designed by Mr Pilotto and Mr De Vos at their studio in East London and includes a number of symbols that are meaningful to Princess Eugenie as motifs.

The symbols are a Thistle for Scotland acknowledging the couple’s fondness for Balmoral; a Shamrock for Ireland as a reflection of the Bride’s maternal family; the York Rose; and ivy representing the couple’s home.

Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos have reinterpreted these symbols in a garland of rope like motifs, woven into a jacquard of silk, cotton and viscose blend.

Once the artwork was completed, it was translated into a jacquard weave in the Como region of Italy. The result is a very modern looking fabric using a highly intricate weaving technique.

Jewellery

Princess Eugenie is wearing the Greville Emerald Kokoshnik Tiara, lent to her by Her Majesty The Queen. The tiara was made by Boucheron for Mrs Greville in 1919 in the fashionable ‘kokoshnik’ style popularised in the Russian Imperial Court.

Princess Eugenie's tiara

Princess Eugenie's tiaraCredit:Reuters

The tiara is made of brilliant and rose cut diamonds pavé set in platinum, with six emeralds on either side. The tiara was bequeathed by Mrs Greville to Queen Elizabeth in 1942.

Princess Eugenie is wearing diamond and emerald drop earrings which are a Wedding gift from the Groom.

Wedding shoes

The Wedding shoes are satin peep-toe heels by Charlotte Olympia.

The bride’s bouquet

The Wedding bouquet, created by floral designer Rob Van Helden’s sister, Patrice Van Helden Oakes, consists of Lily of the Valley, Stephanotis pips, hints of baby blue thistles, white spray roses and trailing ivy.

Sprigs of myrtle from Osbourne House are also included in the bouquet. The tradition of carrying myrtle began after Queen Victoria was given a nosegay containing myrtle by Prince Albert’s grandmother during a visit to Gotha in Germany. In the same year, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert bought Osborne House as a family retreat, and a sprig from the posy was planted against the terrace walls, where it continues to thrive today.

The myrtle was first carried by Queen Victoria’s eldest daughter, Princess Victoria, when she married in 1858.

Bridal hair and make-up

Princess Eugenie’s hair was styled by Sonny-Jo MacFarlane, Hari’s, with make-up by Hannah Martin, Bobbi Brown.

Maid of honour

Princess Beatrice is wearing an outfit by Ralph and Russo and a hat by Sarah Cant.

Bridesmaids’ dresses and page boys’ uniforms

These were designed by Amaia Arrieta of Amaia Kids. The design incorporates the Mark Bradford artwork included in the Order of Service.

Bridesmaids’ flowers

The Bridesmaids’ flowers are by Rob Van Helden and reflect the design of the Bridal bouquet. The Bridesmaids each have posies of Lily of the Valley and spray roses.

Special attendant

Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor is wearing a dress by Claudie Pierlot and hat by Emily London.

Mother of the bride’s dress

Sarah, Duchess of York is wearing a dress designed by local Windsor company Emma Louise Design, with a vintage Manolo Blahnik bag. The bag was carried by Susan Barrantes at the Wedding of The Duke and Duchess of York in 1986.

The bride, Princess Eugenie, arrives

With the guests packed into the chapel – celebrities and royals alike – Princess Eugenie arrives wearing a low-back dress.

She had earlier hinted the scars from her childhood back surgery would be on show.

Her husband-to-be waited patiently at the end of the aisle, while she and her father Prince Andrew waved to cheering crowds.

The bride, Princess Eugenie, arrives

The bride, Princess Eugenie, arrivesCredit:Getty

Smiling and wearing a tiara, she makes her way up the steps to her ceremony.

Princess Eugenie is wearing the Greville Emerald Kokoshnik tiara, given to the late Queen Mother.

The dress is by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos, while her shoes were made by Charlotte Olympia

The tie pins worn by the groom and best man were a gift from the Duchess of York, containing the white rose of York and the same type of pink gem that is in Princess Eugenie’s wedding ring

Prince Philip arrives at Windsor amid speculation he might not attend

Prince Philip and the the Queen have arrived at the royal wedding.

Queen and Prince Philip arrive

Queen and Prince Philip arriveCredit:PA

The Queen, wearing a pale blue dress, was followed by her husband the Duke.

Calamity on the steps

As the children arrived, one of the pageboys fell on the steps.

Moments later, 14-year-old Lady Louise Windsor, wearing a blue dress who was minding the children had her dress blown up by the strong wind.

The mishap revealed her underwear to the unsuspecting crowd.

Bridesmaids and pageboys arrive

Prince George, Princess Charlotte and pop star Robbie Williams’ daughter Theodora will have starring roles at Princess Eugenie’s royal wedding.

They arrived in the same car, waving at the crowds.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s eldest two children and Williams’ six-year-old daughter, who is known as Teddy, will be among the pageboys and bridesmaids at the celebration in Windsor on Friday.

The other bridesmaids will be Peter and Autumn Phillips’ daughters Savannah and Isla, and Zara Tindall’s spirited four-year-old Mia, along with Maud Windsor, who is Eugenie’s goddaughter and the daughter of Lord Frederick Windsor and his actress wife Sophie Winkleman.

Prince George, five, will be joined by fellow page boy Louis de Givenchy – the six-year-old son of JP Morgan banking executive Olivier de Givenchy and his wife Zoe.

ridesmaids for the wedding of Princess Eugenie to Jack Brooksbank at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle

ridesmaids for the wedding of Princess Eugenie to Jack Brooksbank at St George's Chapel in Windsor CastleCredit:PA

The Queen’s youngest grandchildren, 14-year-old Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor, and 10-year-old Viscount Severn, who are the children of the Earl and Countess of Wessex, will take on the role of Special Attendants.

Groom Jack Brooksbank has asked his brother, Thomas Brooksbank, to be his best man, while Eugenie’s older sister Princess Beatrice will be her maid of honour.

Pop star Williams and his wife and fellow X-Factor judge Ayda Williams have been friends of Eugenie and her sister Beatrice for years.

They are protective over their young children, and choose not to show their children’s faces when they post on social media.

The Queen’s granddaughter is marrying drinks executive Mr Brooksbank in St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.

More than 800 guests will gather in the 15th-century Gothic chapel, five months after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex staged their star-studded nuptials in the same venue.

It will be the third time future king George and his confident three-year-old sister Charlotte have performed the roles at a wedding.

They were pageboy and bridesmaid at their aunt Pippa Middleton’s nuptials in 2017, then at the wedding of their uncle Harry to Meghan Markle in May, and carried out duties at the marriage of Kate’s friend Sophie Carter last month.

The inclusion of five of the Queen’s great-grandchildren – George, Charlotte, Savannah, Isla and Mia – will delight the monarch, as will the special role for her youngest grandchildren, Lady Louise and James, Viscount Severn.

The Queen’s remaining great-grandchildren are Prince Louis and Lena Tindall, who are five-and-a-half months and four months old.

Savannah, Isla and Mia – a lively trio – are often seen playing together at horse trials.

George, who attends private school Thomas’s Battersea, is thought to be missing school to attend the royal wedding.

But private schools are exempt from the £60 penalty which can be levied on parents who take pupils on term-time holidays from state schools without permission.

Maud Windsor – the granddaughter of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent – is a classmate of George’s.

Former Take That star Williams, who performed at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee concert in 2012, and his wife Ayda are now certain to be heading the list of celebrity wedding guests.

Williams once reportedly claimed to have smoked marijuana in Buckingham Palace.

Fergie and Princess Beatrice arrive

Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, and Princess Beatrice arrived in the same car and waved at crowds gathered in Windsor.

The Duchess of York is wearing a Jess Collett hat and a green dress by local Ascot dressmaker Emma Louise Design.

Fergie is carrying a vintage Manolo Blahnik bag, which was carried by her own mother at the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of York in 1986.

Princess Beatrice and Sarah Ferguson arrive at Windsor Castle for the royal wedding of Britain's Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank in Windsor

Princess Beatrice and Sarah Ferguson arrive at Windsor Castle for the royal wedding of Britain's Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank in WindsorCredit:Reuters

Princess Beatrice, maid of honour, is wearing a blue dress by Ralph and Russo and a headband by Sarah Cant.

Earlier, the first cheers of the morning erupted in Horseshoe Cloister at the arrival of the groom’s parents to St George’s Chapel.

Blustery conditions saw Jack Brooksbank’s mother momentarily hold onto her hat as she climbed the steps.

Groom Jack Brooksbank arrives

The groom Jack Brooksbank arrived in a Rolls Royce for his wedding day.

Wisely deciding not to wear a hat, he chatted at the bottom of the steps where he will kiss his bride later today before walking up to the castle.

He waved at well-wishers behind him.

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank a 'perfect couple', says dean

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank were described as the "perfect couple" by the senior cleric who will marry the couple.

David Conner, the Dean of Windsor, said it had been a pleasure to work with the Queen’s granddaughter and her fiance in the run-up to their weddingservice which will be a mix of "traditional and modern".

The dean, who will officiate when the couple make their marriage vows and give the address, has also been giving the pair the traditional pre-marital guidance counselling.

Speaking on the eve of the wedding, he said: "As a couple they come across as just the perfect couple.

"They are very natural with each other, they obviously love one another but they also have a lot of fun together and it’s been a real pleasure to work with them."

The dean described how he has seen the princess grow up over the years, since taking up his role in 1998, as she was a pupil at St George’s School at Windsor Castle and has regularly attended services at the chapel.

Dean of Windsor, David Conner

Dean of Windsor, David ConnerCredit:Steve Parsons/AFP

He said: "It’s always a privilege to take part in this kind of event and I think it was especially nice for me in respect of tomorrow’s wedding because I’ve known Eugenie for such a long time."

The dean went on to say: "When I came she was a girl at our little prep school down the hill – so yes it seems as if our knowledge of each other goes back a long way."

Details of the service have not been released but speaking about its mood he said: "It will be a mix of traditional and modern and is obviously going to be a grand occasion, but I hope also it will have an air of intimacy about it.

"You just have to remember it’s their day and really do your very best to focus on them and not on the hundreds of famous and semi-famous people who will be around."

Speaking about the couple’s input into the service, he added: "Of course the basic framework of the service is set but there are lots of variables and they have had a very significant influence over the final choice."

He said he would see Eugenie and Jack later on Thursday and that it was important for any couple to have a rehearsal so on their big day they were in "familiar territory".

But he felt the princess regarded St George’s Chapel as her "parish church" even though it was a "bit grand".

Harry and Meghan return to Windsor

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have returned to their wedding venue.

The couple, who married in Windsor in May, did not walk through the crowd and were ushered straight into Windsor Castle.

The Duchess of Sussex arrives

The Duchess of Sussex arrivesCredit:PA

They were followed by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Meghan is wearing a navy Givenchy dress and hat by Noel Stewart.

Her sister-in-law is in a pink Alexander McQueen dress and Philip Treacy hat.

Andrea Bocelli to perform two pieces at service

The Archbishop of York, The Most Revd. and Rt Hon John Sentamu, has written a personal prayer for the wedding service of Princess Eugenie and Mr Brooksbank, which will be included in the order of service.

The Dean of Windsor, The Rt. Revd. David Conner will give the address at their wedding. The dean will also officiate as the couple make their marriage vows.

James Vivian, director of music St George’s Chapel, has written descants for two hymns that will be sung during the service.

Andrea Bocelli

Andrea Bocelli Credit:Drew Gurian/Invision

Musicians from the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) will perform during the ceremony. The couple have very much enjoyed working together with the RPO’s managing director, James Williams, to choose the accompaniment to the service. The Duke of York is a patron of the RPO.

James Williams said: "It has been a great pleasure to work with HRH Princess Eugenie and Mr Jack Brooksbank to plan the music for their special day and we wish the couple much happiness for their future together."

The internationally renowned singer-songwriter Andrea Bocelli will perform two pieces during the service.

Royal contingent begin to arrive

A heavily pregnant Pippa Middleton has arrived with her husband James Matthews.

Mike Tindall and his wife Zara also appeared, followed by Princess Anne, who is wearing a green dress.

Pippa wore an emerald green midi dress showing off her blossoming baby bump.

Zara Philips wore a electric blue dress, and clutched her hat as she made her way to the chapel.

Cara Delevingne arrives – wearing a suit and top hat

Cara Delevingne arrives in a pedal pusher trouser suit and a top hat.

Comic and actor Stephen Fry wore a brightly coloured waistcoat with his morning suit and was followed by socialite Tamara Beckwith.

Guests who have arrived inside the chapel include comedian Jimmy Carr who fiddled with his cuff links as he surveyed the congregation from the side.

Cara Delevingne arrives ahead of the wedding of Princess Eugenie to Jack Brooksban

Cara Delevingne arrives ahead of the wedding of Princess Eugenie to Jack Brooksban

Broadcaster Richard Bacon and reality TV star Ollie Proudlock have also arrived, as have Holly and Sam Branson.

Kate Moss has taken her seat on the front row of the seating plan which is designed to face into the aisle.

Fashion queen Moss is wearing a delicate monochrome polka dot outfit.

The model turned to the row behind where her partner Count Nikolai von Bismarck is seated.

More guests at second royal wedding because couple have 'so many friends', says Prince Andrew

The Duke of York said his daughter’s wedding will have more guests than that of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, saying Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank have "so many friends", writes Hannah Furness.

"It will not be the same as the previous one that was held in May," he said of the wedding. "It’s not a public wedding, this is meant to be a family wedding.

"There will be a few more people than most people have.

"There are a few more than Harry had but that’s just the nature of Eugenie and Jack: they’ve got so many friends and they need a church of that size to fit them all in."

HE told ITV he had not prepared his father-of-the-bride speech, saying: "I don’t write speeches, why should I write this one?"

His role would be "very small", he added, saying: "I just have to walk slowly."

"I think preparations are reasonably on course. i’m not what I would describe as intimately involved in the planning."

The idea to marry at St George’s Chapel came directly from the Queen, the Duke said.

"It doesn’t make any difference who you are, all the approvals go through the Queen anyway," he said.

"The Queen very firmly said St George’s is where you’re having the wedding so I said aye aye mam, turn to the right, salute and carry on.

"We hope for good weather, we don’t know – whatever happens in October."

Calling his future son-in-law an "extraordinary young man with one of the kindest hearts I know", the Duke said: "It’s wonderful watching them interact together.

"I have huge hopes and i’m sure they will be massively in love for the rest of their lives.

"I’m sure she will be an absolutely outstanding bride."

The dress

Punters are making a last-minute gamble on Suzannah or Stella McCartney being the designer behind Princess Eugenie’s wedding gown.

Erdem remains the favourite at the bookmakers at 2/1, but Ladbrokes said there has been a flurry of bets for British design brand Suzannah, with odds cut from 9/2 to 3/1.

Meanwhile, Paddy Power has suspended betting on Eugenie wearing Stella McCartney after a flood of bets.

Suzannah was founded by Suzannah Crabb and is known for creating wedding dresses with vintage charm and a modern edge.

McCartney designed the halter neck gown Meghan wore to her evening wedding party.

A Paddy Power spokesman said: "We’ve seen a lot of action on Stella McCartney to be the designer of Princess Eugenie’s wedding dress this morning, forcing us to stop taking bets.

"The level of wagers could indicate insider knowledge, and the brand seems a good fit for the day with their positive environmental standpoint."

Jenny Packham is at 5/1 with Ladbrokes, Preen is 6/1 and Suzanne Neville is 8/1.

Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: "We know Princess Eugenie’s flying the flag for British designers, and punters are beginning to wonder if an upset could be on the cards for the likes of Suzannah or Preen, leaving Erdem to miss out on the big day."

Eugenie has already revealed she has chosen a British-based designer, and that she was set on the style she wanted from the start of her weddingplanning.

"(The dress) is the one thing that I was really decisive about," the princess told British Vogue magazine.

"As soon as we announced the wedding, I knew the designer, and the look, straight away. I never thought I’d be the one who knew exactly what I like, but I’ve been pretty on top of it."

Erdem is often Eugenie’s go-to choice and she wore the brand, founded by Canadian-born London-based designer Erdem Moralioglu, on the day her engagement was announced.

Ralph & Russo, who made the gown for the Duchess of Sussex’s official engagement photo, are 14/1 to have been chosen by Eugenie.

Eugenie has told how her wedding will be an environmentally friendly, anti-plastic affair.

Robbie Williams arrives as his mother's hat is blown from her head

Robbie Williams arrived flanked by his mother and wife Ayda Field.

But the popstar’s mother Janet Williams had a wardrobe malfunction when her hat flew off in the blustery wind.

Former Take That singer Williams was with his wife and fellow X Factor judge Ayda Field. Their six-year-old daughter Theodora is one of the bridesmaids.

Robbie Williams got a cheer from the crowds when he arrived in a limousine and waved back.

Meanwhile, singers James Blunt and Ellie Goulding arrived at the wedding in the same coach.

You’re Beautiful singer Blunt was accompanied by his wife Sofia Wellesley.

Livin’ La Vida Loca singer Ricky Martin is also there.

Holly Valance and Jamie Redknapp among wide-ranging guestlist

Property developer Nick Candy and wife Holly Candy, the singer formerly known as Holly Valance, have arrived.

Lord of the Rings and Armageddon actress Liv Tyler is also there, wearing a dark jacket and long skirt.

Liv Tyler arrives

Liv Tyler arrivesCredit:PA

Former footballer Jamie Redknapp arrived dressed in a morning suit as well as singer-songwriter James Blunt.

Bargain Windsor hotels on offer to lure tourist to Princess Eugenie's Royal wedding

When the Duke and Duchess of Sussex got married in Windsor in May, the hotels rooms and B&Bs of the town were booked up months ahead at a premium, as homeowners cashed in on their castle views to advertise rooms for thousands of pounds.

Anyone who missed out on seeing the Royal Family in all its glory might well have cashed in today, because at the beginning of the week, there were still plenty of room at the inn for the wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank.

Hotels in Windsor still have rooms available for the night of the wedding, with several appearing to have dropped their prices in the days leading up to the ceremony to entice tourists to stay overnight.

AirBnB has rooms from £40, while the Harte and Garter, the pub hotel directly in front of the castle which was overrun by international media in May, still has rooms at £79 for Friday and Saturday, cheaper than any other night it offers until March 2019.

On Thursday, TripAdvisor was advertising 49 available properties in Windsor and its surrounding areas, with prices from just £70 and availability from the Travelodge to the Sir Christopher Wren Hotel and Spa, which has slashed its price from £200-a-night to £162.

A screen shot of the Trip Advisor website offering hotels at a discounted rate

A screen shot of the Trip Advisor website offering hotels at a discounted rateCredit:Trip Advisor

Logistics for the day also appear to be drastically simpler than on May 19, when visitors hoping to catch a glimpse of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were advised to travel first thing in the morning, book special car parks outside the town centre and be warned that they may not even be able to enter the main streets due to the sheer numbers of tourists.

This time, the council has simply warned tourists to be mindful that the usual Windsor car parks may be very busy.

Where on May 19, Great Western Railway and South Western Railway laid on extra trains and a more frequent service to Windsor stations, October 12 will see them operate a “normal Friday service”.

Demi Moore and Naomi Campbell arrive

Hollywood actress Demi Moore has arrived wearing a burgundy dress and matching fascinator.

She was preceded by supermodel Naomi Campbell.

Naomi Campbell arrives ahead of the wedding

Naomi Campbell arrives ahead of the weddingCredit:PA

Naomi Campbell arrives looking characteristically dramatic in a feathered tweed look by Ralph and Russo.

Prince Harry's ex-girlfriend Chelsy Davy arrives

Prince Harry’s former girlfriend Chelsy Davy has arrived at the wedding, in the same colour as she wore to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s wedding.

Chelsy Davy, left, arrives for the wedding of Princess Eugenie of York and Jack Brooksbank

Chelsy Davy, left, arrives for the wedding of Princess Eugenie of York and Jack BrooksbankCredit:PA

Ms Davy and the Prince originally met in Cape Town, South Africa, while he was on his gap year and he was reported to have once described Zimbabwean-born lawyer-turned-designer as “the one”.

However Ms Davy did not enjoy the bright spotlight that came with being in a relationship with the then third-in-line to the throne and they eventually called it a day.

Ms Davy now divides her time between West London and Zimbabwe, where she runs her own luxury jewellery line, Aya.

She recently posted online telling Zimbabweans to “rise up” after the resignation of Robert Mugabe earlier this year.

Ms Davy is thought to be single again having split up with her boyfriend of two years, the jeweller Charles Goode.

Choristers, 11 and 12, to take centre stage after shining at Harry and Meghan's wedding

Young choristers who will sing at the royal wedding have described their excitement ahead of the big day.

Alexios Sheppard, 11, and Leo Mills, 12, both performed at the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s wedding and now will be centre stage for the nuptials of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank.

It is the first time in living memory two royal weddings have been staged in the same year at Windsor Castle’s St George’s Chapel, so the two choristerswill be part of an historic double.

The boys could not hide their joy, with Alexios saying: "It’s one of the best experiences we’re ever going to have – it’s just amazing."

Leo added: "I think it’s really cool we get to sing at two royal weddings in one year. No one ever really gets to do that much – it’s a very rare occasion so we’re very lucky."

Alexios joked: "They call it a once-in-a-lifetime experience, but not for us."

Leo Mills, 12, left, and Alexios Sheppard, 11

Leo Mills, 12, left, and Alexios Sheppard, 11 Credit:Steve Parsons/PA

The pair, who attend St George’s School at Windsor Castle, said they both enjoyed the experience of singing in St George’s Chapel when Harry and Meghan married in May.

Alexios said about the earlier wedding: "There was just this warm buzz going around the chapel – it just felt amazing and I feel this one is going to be as good as well."

Leo added: "It was a bit nerve-racking at the start but then when we got in I felt fine, it felt like a normal service, with added bits."

The choristers remained tight lipped about the music they will be singing. They were due to take part in a rehearsal this morning as preparations are finalised for Friday’s service.

Later today, Eugenie and Jack are expected to take part in their final run through before the big day.

Asked what they were looking forward to on Friday, Alexios replied: "There’s going to be so many famous people there, I’m really excited to see Eugenie’s dress as well."

Choristers say second wedding will be ‘just as good’

Leo added that he has been chatting with friends about what colour dress the Queen will wear to her granddaughter’s wedding.

He said: "I’m saying green because last time it was yellow but one of my friends is saying pink."

Leo said he found out just a few weeks after Meghan and Harry’s wedding that he would also be singing when Eugenie married, and has been practising hard with fellow his choristers during the intervening months.

Leo joked: "My mum said she would be sitting in front of the TV waving her Union Jack for me."

Richard Bacon invited after Princess Eugenie supported his wife during coma scare

Richard Bacon, a guest who is appearing on ITV in the lead-up to the wedding, said he had been invited after the Princess got in touch to support his wife while he was in a coma over the summer.

Saying he knows her from being "incredibly social" and living near to the directors of Hauser and Wirth, where Princess Eugenie works, adding: "I first met her at about 3am in Miami," he said.

Pink is the early colour of choice

The first guests have begun to arrive and the earliest trending colour is pink.

Book editor Karoline Copping, wife of Jimmy Carr, looks super chic in a bird-printed shift dress

Jimmy Carr arrives for the wedding of Princess Eugenie to Jack Brooksbank at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle.

Jimmy Carr arrives for the wedding of Princess Eugenie to Jack Brooksbank at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle.Credit:Andrew Matthews/PA

Pixie Geldof is leading the way in a fuchsia cape dress but we’ve also noted Emma Joy Kitchener, wife of Julian Fellowes in a hot pink coat dress.

Pixie Geldof and George Barnett

Pixie Geldof and George Barnett Credit:James Gourley/REX

The royal wedding in pictures

This gallery will be updated during the day, featuring the best photographs of the royal wedding:

Celebrity guests begin arriving at a blustery Windsor

The star-studded guests have started arriving for the royal wedding ceremony.

Jimmy Carr was one of the first big names to arrive, wearing a dark suit.

Female guests held onto their hats and headpieces as powerful gusts of wind whipped around the castle grounds.

Royal wedding flowers to reflect 'rich and vibrant tones of autumn'

The wedding flowers in St George’s Chapel will reflect the "rich and vibrant tones of autumn", Buckingham Palace has revealed.

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank have chosen floral designer Rob Van Helden to decorate the historic venue.

Foliage and flowering branches, sourced locally from Windsor Great Park – the site of the York family home – have been combined with roses, spray roses, hydrangeas, dahlias and berries.

The designs will also include Liquid Amber trees, also known as American sweet gum trees, which turn brilliant yellow, orange and red before they shed.

"The designs will reflect the rich and vibrant tones of autumn," a palace spokeswoman said.

Mr Van Helden said: "It has been the greatest privilege and honour to create the flowers for Princess Eugenie and Jack on their wedding day.

"Her Royal Highness has been very involved from the start and has been instrumental in the autumnal theme.

"The whole floral design team and I wish Princess Eugenie and Jack our heartfelt congratulations and we hope they have a magical wedding day."

One of London’s top florists, Mr Van Helden was born and grew up in Holland, and moved to the capital 31 years ago.

He first started his floristry business from the back of his car.

Fashion and portrait photographer named as official photographer

British fashion and portrait photographer Alex Bramall will take the official photographs at Windsor Castle at today’s royal wedding, Buckingham Palace said.

"It is an honour and a privilege to be invited to photograph Princess Eugenie and Jack on this most special of days," Mr Bramall said.

"I look forward with great excitement to capturing this significant occasion and wish them both a happy future together."

The second royal wedding in numbers

Here’s a look at Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s wedding in numbers:

1 – Maid of Honour – Eugenie’s older sister Princess Beatrice

1 – Best man – Jack’s younger brother, Thomas Brooksbank

1 – Former royal – Eugenie’s mother and the Duke of York’s ex-wife Sarah, Duchess of York

1 – Km – Eugenie’s carriage procession route is around 1km (0.16 miles). Harry and Meghan’s full route was 3.3km (2.1 miles)

2 – Days of celebrations – Festivities will continue at Eugenie’s family home on Saturday

2 – Great grandchildren of the Queen who are not attending – babies Prince Louis and Lena Tindall

3 – Hours of ITV coverage devoted to a special live screening of the ceremony

2 – Pageboys – Prince George and Louis de Givenchy

2 – Special Attendants – Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor and Viscount Severn

6 – Bridesmaids – Princess Charlotte, Savannah and Isla Phillips, Mia Tindall, Theodora Williams and Maud Windsor

8 – Years bride and groom have been together

9 – Eugenie’s position in line to the throne

17 – The wedding will be the 17th royal wedding or blessing to take place in St George’s Chapel since 1863

28 – Eugenie’s age

32 – Jack’s age

400 – Eggs being used for the red velvet and chocolate wedding cake, plus 53 packs of unsalted butter, 33lb (15kg) of organic self-raising flour, and 44lb (20kg) of sugar.

850 – Congregation in St George’s Chapel

1,200 – Members of public invited into the grounds of Windsor Castle

100,000 – Number who applied for the ticketed public ballot

£400,000 – Cost of policing Zara and Mike Tindall’s wedding in Scotland in 2011

£543,000 – Cost of policing the visit of Pope Benedict XVI to Scotland.

£2 million – Estimated cost of policing Eugenie’s wedding

Between £2 million and £4 million – Estimated cost of policing the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s wedding

£6.3 million – Cost of policing the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding

£18 million – Cost of police operation for US President Donald Trump’s visit to the UK

The real reason why Camilla is not attending

It was revealed earlier this week that the Duchess of Cornwall will not attend Princess Eugenie’s wedding, the only senior member of the royal family to miss the celebrations, reports Camilla Tominey.

Clarence House has said Camilla had a “previous commitment” attending a local school harvest festival near Birkhall, Charles’s home at Balmoral. Two other jobs were also announced this week.

The alleged “snub” will fuel rumours that there is a royal rift at the heart of the monarchy. Prince Charles’s wife Camilla and Sarah Ferguson have never seen eye to eye because of Fergie’s loyalty to Princess Diana, while there is also tension between the Prince of Wales and his younger brother Prince Andrew, often referred to as the Queen’s favourite son.

But there is another reason why Camilla cannot make the wedding, The Telegraph can reveal.

Sources have told this paper Camilla is not going to the Friday nuptials at Windsor Castle because she is also hosting a shooting party at her Scottish home this weekend.

An insider said: “The truth is that Camilla has a house party for a few friends.

“They are arriving on Friday and will be there over the weekend.

“The date of the wedding was known eight months ago so it’s strange Camilla organised her house party this weekend.”

A source close to the couple denied there was any ill-feeling, saying: “They get on very well, the couple has no issue with it – they have known about the diary clash for some time.”

They added that Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall “host events every day throughout this period every year.”

The Duchess of York and her youngest daughter, bride to be Princess Eugenie

The Duchess of York and her youngest daughter, bride to be Princess Eugenie Credit:Peter Byrne/PA

It is believed the Duke and Duchess of York tried to persuade Camilla, 71, to attend but to no avail.

A source said: “It’s hard to see her turning down the invitation as anything other than a snub but she insists she has other engagements that she was invited to first.”

Camilla’s no-show will be seen as opening up family rifts at a time when the royals are riding a wave of popularity following Harry and Meghan’s wedding in May.

Royal fans travel from Canada and the US for the big day

Terry Hutt, 83, traveled five hours from western super mare, and is dressed head to toe in union flags, even his cane is covered in red white and blue, writes Coran Elliott in Windsor.

He said: "I’ve been to all the royal weddings. I even met the queen mother when I was four years old, durring the Blitz. I’ve come here to support Fergie’s daughter.

"I think Fergie brought atmosphere and change to the royal family and I wish Eugenie and Jack a lifetime of happiness."

Naomi Kennedy, 29, works in publishing and Judith Cooperman 60, librarian have travelled from New York and Canada respectively.

Ms Kennedy said: "The moment the date was posted I decided to go! I have loved Eugenie and Beatrice ever since I was a little girl- particularly because they are around my age. I’ve always identified with Eugenie we both studied English."

Ms Cooperman said: "I love the history of the royal family, they have really earned our respect. We have got up really early in past to watch the weddings so now we have chance to see it. We wish Eugenie and Jack health and happiness in their marriage."

Fellow Canadian Rose Reilly, 64, came over to the UK to visit friends in Chesham, but the courier driver decide to make the trip to Windsor so she wouldn’t miss out on a once in a lifetime opportunity.

She said: "I was visiting Chesham to see friends, so I decided to come down because this is a once in a lifetime opportunity.

"I can’t wait to go back home to post all my pictures on Facebook. My friends are not going to believe this! They are going to be so jealous.

"It’s my birthday next month so this is going to be an early celebration. I’m so excited."

David Weeks 77, a retired railway worker said: "I’m a true royalist, I’ve travelled down from Hampshire to get here.

"I came down for the Queens 90th and I think the royals are great for the country. I want the best for Eugenie and Jack and I wish them a happy marriage."

Celebrity guests will see the royal couple start married life

In contrast to the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, part of today’s ceremony will be conducted from the organ screen so that guests in the nave of the chapel have a chance to see the bride and groom, writes The Telegraph‘s Royal Correspondent Hannah Furness.

Princess Eugenie and her father, the Duke of York, will walk up half the length of the aisle before meeting Jack Brooksbank and his brother, the best man, and the Dean of Windsor at the organ screen.

There, flanked by 17 members of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, they will undertake the first part of the service before Princess Beatrice and Charles Brooksbank, the groom’s cousin, give their readings.

The decision will give celebrity guests in the nave the opportunity to see the Princess and Mr Brooksbank begin their journey to married life, before they move into the quire where the Royal Family and close friends will be sitting.

Crowds line the streets of Windsor

Your wedding day should really be the one day of your life which is entirely about you and your beloved.

But for the crowds lining the streets of Windsor this morning to watch Princess Eugenie marry Jack Brooksbank at St George’s Chapel, today is all about one person, the bride’s mother. It’s Fergie they’re all here to see.

“In America people don’t really distinguish a lot of the more fringe members of the royal family, but everyone knows Fergie,” said Katie Goldberg, a New Yorker studying in London who got here at 7am in the hope of catching a glimpse of Sarah, Duchess of York.

“I think Fergie is just brilliant,” said Elspeth Edwards, thrilled to have got a much better spot to watch all the action than she did at the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s wedding in May. “It’s a lot quieter this time, but that’s quite nice really. We’ll get to see more. I’m so pleased Fergie will have a big part to play today.

Elspeth is a big Eugenie fan “She doesn’t steal the limelight like some, she’s very low key, and she seems genuinely happy with Jack.” Like so many fans in Windsor this morning she’s also a huge Fergie supporter. “She’s brilliant I’m so glad she’ll have a big part to play today.” pic.twitter.com/XYse3b6nWT

— Eleanor Steafel (@eleanorsteafel) October 12, 2018

“Eugenie is lovely. She doesn’t steal the limelight like some, she’s very low key, and she seems genuinely happy with Jack.”

For the locals gathered this morning it is the second time in six months that their town has been taken over by the world’s media for a royal wedding. They’re claiming Eugenie for one of their own. “She went to school at the end of my road!” says 9 year old Ava, who is hoping her mum might let her skip school this morning to watch the carriage procession.

Terry “the flag man” Hutt is also here this morning, one of the dedicated fans who camped out overnight. “I slept in my sleeping bag overnight with about 14 others. I love Eugenie but Fergie is particularly special to me. She breathed life into the royal family back in the day. I think she’s wonderful.”

Terry Hutt is one of a handful of dedicated royal fans who camped out in Windsor last night for the #RoyalWedding He’s a big Fergie fan. “This is Fergie’s day as much as Princess Eugenie’s. I’ve always loved her. She breathed life into the royal family in her day.” pic.twitter.com/42qbQaetap

— Eleanor Steafel (@eleanorsteafel) October 12, 2018

Members of the public

The couple are inviting 1,200 members of the public into the grounds of Windsor Castle for their October wedding, following in the footsteps of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Announcing details of the wedding, a spokesman for Buckingham Palace said the couple would be inviting members of the public to share their day.

"The couple are delighted to announce an opportunity for 1,200 people from across the United Kingdom to be invited into the grounds of Windsor Castle to share the experience of their special day," a spokesman said.

"The attendees will view the arrival of the congregation and members of the Royal Family, listen to a live broadcast of the marriage service and watch as the bride and groom depart St George’s Chapel at the end of the ceremony."

Myrna Whiteson, the president of the Teenage Cancer Trust, will be among the attendees with her husband, Dr Adrian Whiteson. She toldThe Telegraph the Princess had become involved in the charity from an early age through her mother, the Duchess of York.

"The Duchess of York officially opened our first specialist cancer unit in 1990 and has attended almost all of our 28 subsequent new unit openings across the UK, with Princess Eugenie and her sister Princess Beatrice accompanying her on numerous occasions."

Following the ceremony, the newlyweds will undertake a carriage procession through the town of Windsor, where members of the public will be able to get a glimpse of the couple.

According to Buckingham Palace, the carriage will journey through the grounds of Windsor Castle, enter the town at Castle Hill and proceed along Windsor High Street, then return to the castle grounds at Cambridge Gate.

Princess Eugenie and Mr Brooksbank will also invite members of the Windsor community, representatives from their favourite charities, residents of the castle and some Royal Household staff to stand in the grounds, along with children from the local schools which Princess Eugenie attended.

Royalist veteran who camped out for four nights to see Charles and Diana's wedding returns for fourth royal wedding

Jennifer Hawkins is no stranger to the pomp and ceremony of a royal event as today she takes her seat outside her forth royal wedding, writes Francesca Marshall from Windsor.

The 69-year-old developed her love for a royal wedding after camping out for four nights to see Prince Charles and Princess Diana.

Since she has always watched from the sidelines for the wedding of Prince Edward and Prince Charles and Camilla.

But it wasn’t until this morning that she was able to step away from the crowds and take a seat outside the chapel of Windsor Castle as one of the lucky 1,200 members of the public who received a ticket to the ceremony.

"Being able to get a ticket and not be queuing overnight, this is definitely the way to see the wedding," she said.

"Being here today is quite special as I have seen Eugenie grow up over the years.

"I remember back in 81 I brought my son who was 10 at the time to see the wedding, told the school is was educational, but now being here, feeling like you’re really a part of it is wonderful."

The home carer won her ticket as part of a competition being held for friends of At Georges Chapel.

Celebrity friends

There are rumours George Clooney and his wife Amal will be in Windsor once again this October as the A-list actor has a connection to the groom. Wine merchant Mr Brooksbank is a brand ambassador for Casamigos Tequila, a company owned by George Clooney.

Rande Gerber, the husband of Cindy Crawford, is also a founder of Casamigos, which means the couple may have received an invitation too.

Princess Eugenie is close friends with model Cara Delevingne, singer Ellie Goulding, and the Duke of Sussex’s former girlfriends Chelsy Davy and Cressida Bonas, all of whom are expected to attend. Karlie Kloss accompanied Ellie Goulding and the princess on a trip to Jordan earlier this year, leading some to wonder if she will make an appearance in Windsor in October.

Artist Tracey Emin is also rumoured be to attending – although singers Elton John and Ed Sheeran have reportedly had to turn down their invitations because they are on tour.

The daughter of Robbie Williams, five-year-old Theodora Rose, has been confirmed as a flower girl at the wedding, which means we can expect to see the singer and his wife, Ayda Field, in the pews. The ex-Take That star and his wife have been friends with Eugenie and her sister, Princess Beatrice, for several years.

James Blunt, who attended the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex earlier this year, is expected to be at Princess Eugenie’s wedding. His wife Sofia Wellesley is the daughter of Lord and Lady John Henry Wellesley and he is a regular at Royal occasions.

Eddie Redmayne and his wife Hannah Bagshawe became friendly with Princess Eugenie while lived in New York, working for the fine art auction house Paddle8.

Plus, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher have been seen dining and on holiday with Princess Beatrice over the years; if they want to attend a royal wedding they may have asked their friend to convince her sister to send an invitation their way.

The bridal party

Princess Eugenie announced in an interview with British Vogue earlier this year that her older sister Princess Beatrice will play a central role, as Maid of Honour. The groom’s younger brother Thomas, 29, has been chosen as best man.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte will step into the roles of pageboy and flower girl once again. The siblings already know the score – as well as performing those roles at the wedding of Prince Harry and Ms Markle earlier this year, they did so at the wedding of Pippa Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge’s younger sister, to James Matthews in May last year.

Princess Charlotte sticks out her tongue as she rides in a car to the wedding of Prince Harry and Ms Markle

Princess Charlotte sticks out her tongue as she rides in a car to the wedding of Prince Harry and Ms MarkleCredit:Andrew Milligan/pool photo via AP

Prince George, five, will be joined by fellow page boy Louis de Givenchy – the six year-old son of JP Morgan banking executive Olivier de Givenchy and his wife Zoe.

Robbie Williams’ daughter Theodora will be among the team of pageboys and bridesmaids, Buckingham Palace has confirmed.

The other bridesmaids will be Peter and Autumn Phillips’ daughters Savannah and Isla, and Zara Tindall’s spirited four-year-old Mia, along with Maud Windsor, who is Eugenie’s goddaughter and the daughter of Lord Frederick Windsor and his actress wife Sophie Winkleman.

Maud is sure to be guided by her classmate Prince George; the two are in the same class at St Thomas’ School in Battersea.

The Queen’s youngest grandchildren, 14-year-old Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor, and 10-year-old Viscount Severn, who are the children of the Earl and Countess of Wessex, will take on the role of Special Attendants.

Family members

Earlier this year, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex exchanged vows in front of more than 30 members of the Royal family, which give us an idea of what to expect for the upcoming royal nuptials.

The princess’ grandmother, the Queen, is sure to attend – as is her uncle, Prince Charles. However the Duchess of Cornwall will not be attending, instead undertaking a a prior engagement at a primary school’s harvest festival celebrations in Scotland.

And the Duke of Edinburgh will make a last minute decision as to whether he will attend the event, royal sources have told TheTelegraph. At 97, Prince Philip now operates on a “wake up and see how I feel” basis, according to insiders.

A well-placed source said: “The Duke of Edinburgh may not go to the wedding, just as he and the Queen did not attend Prince Louis christening in July.

“The royals are like any family in the sense they try to make family occasions but it is not always possible. I’m sure he would love to be there to see his granddaughter get married but no one would blame the Duke if he didn’t feel up to attending the wedding on the day – he’s only three years off 100.”

Naturally the Duke and Duchess of York, Princess Eugenie’s parents, will play a large role in the proceedings. A friend of the Duchess said she was feeling nervous about being reunited with her former in-laws after being treated as somewhat of a royal outcast since she divorced Andrew in 1996.

“She does have to take a deep breath before these occasions,” said the source. “She’s avoided major royal events in the past and it wasn’t easy for her to go to Harry and Meghan’s wedding.”

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expected to attend the wedding – in a much more relaxed capacity than their previous trip to Windsor, no doubt – before their 20-day trip abroad, which begins on October 16. On their itinerary is Sydney for the Invictus Games, Fiji and New Zealand.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are also expected to attend; however Prince Louis, who was less than a month old by the time of Prince Harry’s wedding and was not present, is likely to be cared for by a nanny close by.

Other royal relatives are likely to include The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester and Kent, Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, and the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester – all of whom are neighbours of the engaged couple at Kensington Palace.

The Princess Royal, the Queen’s granddaughter Zara Tindall and her husband Mark Tindall are also expected to be on the guest list.

It is not yet confirmed whether any members of other royal families from around the world will attend the ceremony.

Mr Brooksbank is the son of George Brooksbank, a 68 year-old chartered accountant and company director, and his wife Nicola, 64, both of whom are expected to play a central role in the wedding.

Princess Eugenie hints dress will not hide signs of her scoliosis surgery, saying it's important to 'show people your scars'

Princess Eugenie has spoken of the importance of showing "people your scars" as she paid tribute to the hospital which performed surgery on her back as a child.

The Queen’s granddaughter has invited representatives from the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust to attend her wedding to Jack Brooksbank on Friday.

The couple will tie the knot at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle, with members of the public and charity representatives on the guest-list for the grounds.

Eugenie was diagnosed with scoliosis when she was 12 years old and received treatment at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, undergoing a successful operation to straighten her spine.

Ahead of her big day, the royal reflected on the surgery and the importance of the charity during an interview with ITV’s This Morning.

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank leave Windsor Castle

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank leave Windsor CastleCredit:Reuters

She told host Eamonn Holmes: "I’m patron of their appeal and I had an operation when I was 12 on my back, and you’ll see on Friday, but it’s a lovely way to honour the people who looked after me and a way of standing up for young people who also go through this.

"I think you can change the way beauty is, and you can show people your scars and I think it’s really special to stand up for that.

"So that’s one really important one.

"But separate to that, other organisations that are there, it’s just very important that they get a chance to be honoured for the work that they do constantly, so it’s lovely that I can share this special day with them."

The princess is also patron of the European School of Osteopathy, a world-renowned provider of undergraduate and postgraduate level osteopathic education.

Royal couple on their pre-wedding jitters

Jack Brooksbank has paid tribute to his future wife Princess Eugenie, calling her a "bright shining light".

The Queen’s granddaughter returned the compliment and described her fiance as "so humble and generous" during a television interview ahead of their wedding.

But Eugenie did reveal the moment she first saw Jack and the pair fell in love during a Swiss skiing trip.

She initially thought "what a silly hat" Jack was wearing, but was "all butterflies and nervous" when he came over to say hello, and later rang her mother that night to say she had met a new guy.

The couple were interviewed by husband and wife Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford from ITV’s This Morning, who quizzed them about wedding jitters.

After Eugenie replied, "It’s definitely creeping up on us now, the nerves" she went on to describe her first encounter with Jack while on the slopes at a friend’ place in Verbier, Switzerland in 2010.

With her fiance beside her, the princess added: "I thought, ‘what a silly hat!’ and I thought, ‘who’s that?’ and then you came over and shook my hand and I was all butterflies and nervous.

"I think I rang my mum that night and said ‘I’ve met this guy Jack’… and that was it I think about how it started.

"I remember being like ‘I really, really like this guy, I really want him to like me too’ and then you gave me this huge windscreen wiper wave and that was it, right, he likes me."

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank interviewed by ITV This Morning's husband and wife duo Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank interviewed by ITV This Morning's husband and wife duo Eamonn Holmes and Ruth LangsfordCredit:PA

Asked by Holmes to describe each other in three words, Jack said about his future wife: "She’s this bright shining light."

Eugenie was not so succinct and replied: "Jack’s the kind of guy, you know when you’re lost at a party and you can’t find anyone to talk to, and you start panicking and you need help? He’ll walk in and make everyone feel so special.

"He’ll scoop you up and talk to you and make you feel a million dollars… you’re so humble and generous. So humble and generous – that’s two words…"

The princess went on to say her "big sissy" Princess Beatrice was someone "I’ve looked up to her whole life" and that she’s the biggest supporter of "team Eug and Jack".

Asked about the moment she will walk down the aisle with her father the Duke of York, Eugenie replied: "It’s nerve-wracking and a bit scary and all the things that come with getting married, but at the end of the day you get to marry the person you love."

In reference to Jack, she added: "And you’re going to be at the end of the aisle, and I’m going to be running towards you!"

Quizzed about whether his fiancee had become a "bridezilla", Jack said no, adding: "Eugenie has been amazing.

"She’s been incredible, she has the ability to do a million things at once in her brain, including working as well as organising everything to do with the wedding."

Guestlist: Who we think has made the cut

Earlier this year, George and Amal Clooney almost stole the show when they graced the small town of Windsor for the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, with Amal’s mustard Stella McCartney dress and George’s well-groomed salt and pepper beard setting social media abuzz.

There is speculation we may see the A-list couple in Windsor again this Friday; the couple are rumoured to be attending the wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank – which will also take place in Windsor Castle’s St George’s Chapel.

Cindy Crawford, Eddie Redmayne and Robbie Williams could also be on the guest list, as well as senior members of the royal family and selected members of the public. 850 people will reportedly be in the chapel, with a further 1,200 expected in the ground; here is everything we know so far about the, from royal family members to celebrity friends.

Timings for the royal wedding

Here is all you need to know about what will happen when in Windsor today:

The big day is upon us

Princess Eugenie’s wedding day is here, with the Queen’s granddaughter preparing to tie the knot in a lavish ceremony in Windsor.

In a television interview ahead of the wedding, Jack Brooksbank, a tequila brand ambassador, paid tribute to his future wife, calling her a "bright shining light".

Eugenie told Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford from ITV’s This Morning show, which will be screening the ceremony live, that her "humble and generous" husband-to-be had the ability to "make everyone feel so special".

Last night, the Princess said the nerves were “definitely creeping up on us” , calling their romance “love at first sight”.

Asked of her first impressions, in a bar in Switzerland, she said: “I thought, ‘what a silly hat!’ and I thought, ‘who’s that?’ and then you [Jack] came over and shook my hand and I was all butterflies and nervous."

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