Guess who's going to be in Princess Eugenie's bridal party

Lawrence Kim
October 12, 2018

The bad blood is believed to boil over at Princess Eugenie's October 12 wedding to Jack Brooksbank.

George and Charlotte are old hands at the wedding roles, having served as page boy and bridesmaid at Harry and Meghan's wedding and at their aunt Pippa's wedding to James Matthews previous year.

Eugenie's older sister will surely have her hands full come wedding day - and perhaps even at the rehearsal today! - as she wrangles some of the Royal Family's most rambunctious tots. The couple, who exchanged vows in May at Windsor Castle, have spent their first few months as a married couple finding their feet in public life and developing celebrity friendships with A-listers like George and Amal Clooney.

We love a royal wedding, and we've been absolutely spoiled this year with two.

The Royal Family and The Duke of York's YouTube channels as well as Facebook and Twitter pages will show the event.

After the ceremony, Queen Elizabeth will host a reception for the newlyweds and their guests at Windsor Castle.

The daughter of X Factor judge Robbie Williams, Theodora, will join the young royals in the same role at the wedding.

Her elder sister Princess Beatrice, the maid of honor, will also deliver one of the readings, an extract from "The Great Gatsby". She started dating Prince Harry in June 2016.

An insider told New Idea, jealous Eugenie insisted Kate - who is looking as glamorous as ever following her return from maternity leave - entered through a side entrance, out of the main stream of cameras, in order to avoid the duchess taking away her limelight. Prince George and Princess Charlotte will act as pageboy and bridesmaid, as will Savannah and Isla Philips, the daughters of Autumn and Peter Phillips.

The Dean of Windsor will officiate the ceremony while Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli will perform during the service.

If you don't have time to watch the whole programme, don't worry.

"Most Brits opposed taxpayer funding of Prince Harry's wedding but as with all royal events were forced to accept it", a spokesman for the group said.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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