Princess Eugenie will marry Jack Brooksbank on Friday and it’s just been revealed that they’ll have some very special wee people in their bridal party.
Buckingham Palace has confirmed that Prince George and Princess Charlotte will reprise their now-familiar roles, as they act as pageboy and bridesmaid for Eugenie and Jack at tomorrow’s Windsor Castle ceremony.
It’s George and Charlotte’s third time down the aisle this year, so they’re rapidly becoming old hands at this. The royal kiddos acted as pageboy and bridesmaid to Meghan Markle when she married Prince Harry. They also popped up at the wedding of Duchess Kate’s dear friend Sophie Carter’s wedding a fortnight ago, again as mini-attendants.
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Tomorrow, the little prince and princess will join one other pageboy and five other bridesmaids in the very important job of accompanying Eugenie down the aisle.
Charlotte’s fellow bridesmaids are:
- Seven-year-old Savannah Philips and six-year-old Isla Philips – daughters of Autumn and Peter Phillips
- Four-year-old Mia Tindall – daughter of Zara and Mike Tindall
- Five-year-old Maud Windsor – Princess Eugenie’s goddaughter and daughter of Lord and Lady Frederick Windsor
- Six-year-old Theodora (Teddy) Williams – daughter of Ayda Field and singer Robbie Williams (that’s her below!)
Six-year-old Louis de Givenchy will join George in his pageboy duties. He’s the son of Zoe and Olivier De Givenchy. (That’s him below!)
Princess Beatrice will be her sister’s maid of honour and there will be a couple of ‘special attendants’ in the bridal party too – Prince Edward and wife Sophie’s ten-year-old son James and their fourteen-year-old daughter Louise.
It’s also thought that we might catch a glimpse of Prince Louis at the event, although nothing has been confirmed as yet.
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How to watch Eugenie’s wedding
If you’re keen to watch Eugenie, Jack and their adorable weeny wedding party making their way to the church and down the aisle, the good news is that it’s going to be live-streamed.
Coverage will appear on The Royal Family and The Duke of York’s social media channels on Friday 12th October, with updates posted throughout the day on the following royal social media channels:
- Facebook – The Royal Family and The Duke of York
- Twitter – The Royal Family and The Duke of York
- Instagram – @TheRoyalFamily, @HRHTheDukeOfYork
- Youtube – The Royal Channel and The Duke of York
Streaming begins on Friday at 10am British Summer Time (BST). British Summer Time is 10 hours behind of Australian Eastern Daylight Time which means that 10am in BST is 8pm in AEDT.