Princess Eugenie Will Have Some Pretty Famous Bridesmaids And Page Boys

Will this wedding be as star-studded as Meghan and Harry’s?

Princess Eugenie Has Chosen Some Pretty Famous Bridesmaids And Page Boys

by Phoebe Parke |
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We’ve only just recovered from the excitement of one royal wedding, and now it’s time for another; Princess Eugenie will be wedding Jack Brooksbank on October 12, in the very same place as the first royal wedding of the year; St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.

Harry and Meghan’s wedding taught us that the children always steal the show, but Eugenie’s young bridesmaids and page boys are already used to the limelight.

The star-studded line-up includes; Robbie Williams's daughter Theodora Rose, Lord Freddie Windsor and actress Sophie Winkleman’s daughter Maud Windsor, Louis de Givenchy - the son of JP Morgan banker Olivier, and, of course, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

It is a tradition among the royals to have young children as bridesmaids, flower girls and page boys, Meghan and Harry had Princess Charlotte, Ivy Mulroney, Remi and Rylan Litt, Zalie Warren and Florence Van Cutsem.

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Eugenie has a lot of celeb friends; including Cara Delevingne, Ellie Goulding and James Blunt, so we’re guessing her wedding will be awash with famous faces.

It is unlikely that Eugenie and Jack’s wedding will be as lavish as Meghan and Harry’s, but Eugenie will likely wear a tiara, and The Queen, William and Kate, Harry and Meghan will be there, as will Princess Beatrice – hopefully in an outrageous hat.

Jack Brooksbank proposed to Eugenie on holiday in Nicaragua back in January, and the engagement was announced in a statement from Buckingham Palace on the 22nd of that month. Prince Andrew and the Duchess of York were said to be 'delighted' at the news, while Jack's parents were 'over the moon.'

Roll on October 12!

READ MORE: Let's Give Princess Eugenie's Style A Round Of Applause


Princess Eugenie Style - Grazia

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The Serpentine summer party, June 2018

For the Serpentine's annual summer bash, Eugenie chose this one-shoulder gown in a bold floral print, which reminds us of one of Princess Diana's '80s ensembles (in the best possible way).

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Royal Ascot, June 2018

Eugenie nailed the complex Royal Ascot dress code with this sleek wrapover style by London label Osman and a structured M2Malletier handbag.

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The royal wedding, May 2018

A simple, structured dress in powder blue by London label Gainsborough that was worlds away from her 2011 royal wedding ensemble.

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A night out at Annabel's, May 2018

Clearly Eugenie has a thing for florals. This off-the-shoulder gown is a ditzier print that we usually see the young royal wearing.

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The Queen's 92nd birthday concert, April 2018

Though it was Meghan Markle's Stella cape dress that gained the most attention, let's give Eugenie's simple MaxMara shift some appreciation.

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Official engagement photos, January 2018

For her official engagement photoshoot, Eugenie stuck with one of her favourite designers, Erdem.

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A Vogue event, December 2017

Another Erdem moment for Eugenie, this time for a Vogue party in London (she's since re-worn the dress a handful of times, too).

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