Royal Wedding: Princess Eugenie dyes hair red like Sarah Ferguson

Royal Wedding: Princess Eugenie dyes hair red like Sarah Ferguson

Royal Wedding: Princess Eugenie dyes hair red like Sarah Ferguson

The 97-year-old husband of Queen Elizabeth II has publicly denounced the mother of the bride, Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson. whose separation from Prince Andrew in 1992 caused much scandal to the royal family.

Channel Seven will broadcast the royal wedding on channels 7, 7TWO and live on 7Plus for viewers in Queensland, the Northern Territory and Western Australia who will be delayed due to Daylight Saving Time.

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank are set to marry in St Georges Chapel at Windsor Castle at 11:00 GMT (12:00 CAT) on Friday, 12 October.

The tipples are a stark contrast to the Pol Roger champagne that was served at Prince Harry and Meghan's royal wedding in May, although we're sure champagne and wine will also be on offer for guests to raise a toast to the newlyweds.

Royal weddings are rich in tradition.

Three-year-old Princess Charlotte, daughter of Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton, will also be a bridesmaid, the palace said, while her brother Prince George, 5, will be a page boy.

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Only a few Halloween face masks feature Eugenie, though some shopkeepers say that will change in the hours ahead of her wedding.

Eugenie and Jack just announced their maid of honour and best man and they couldn't be more fitting. Finally, there's Eugenie's grandfather Prince Philip, who still remains a question mark on whether he will attend.

Eugenie is following tradition by not revealing who designed her wedding gown, but she has said it will be a British designer.

The couple were engaged in Nicaragua while on holiday at the beginning of 2018.

According to Buckingham Palace, they will travel from St George's Chapel through Windsor Town, returning to Windsor Castle along Cambridge Drive.

About 38,000 people signed a petition, organized by campaign group Republic, against taxpayers' money being spent on the occasion. Do you plan on watching the wedding? "But there's something different about Friday's royal wedding, and people aren't happy".

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