Royals bungle Princess Eugenie's wedding tweet

Royals bungle Princess Eugenie's wedding tweet

Royals bungle Princess Eugenie's wedding tweet

It is the first time Prince Harry and Meghan are believed to have returned to the chapel where they Wednesday in May.

The British public is undoubtedly far less concerned with these nuptials than the previous one.

Additionally, Eugenie and Brooksbank will be skipping the Long Walk at Windsor.

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. With an expected security bill of $3.5million, even United Kingdom politician Chris Williamson spoke out recently, labelling it "an outrage".

Britain's Princess Eugenie has married Jack Brooksbank at a ceremony at St George's Chapel in Windsor with over 800 guests in attendance.

The group says Eugenie does not carry out royal duties and that weddings are personal, private occasions, not affairs of state.

Singer Robbie Williams was also there, with his six-year-old daughter Theodora part of the bridal party, as well as fellow musicians Ellie Goulding and Ricky Martin.

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.

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The floral artistry inside St. George's Chapel is the work of Rob Van Helden who said it was "the greatest privilege and honour to create the flowers" adding that "Her Royal Highness has been very involved from the start and has been instrumental in the autumnal theme".

Prince George will be joined by fellow page boy Louis de Givenchy, 6, the son of JP Morgan banking executive Olivier de Givenchy and his wife Zoe.

The Archbishop of York wrote a personal prayer for the service but it's the Dean of Windsor who will officiate Eugenie and Jack exchanging vows.

According to the global publication's sources, Meghan and Harry are trying to have a baby and they are not going to stop at one.

Another 1,200 members of the public selected by ballot will listen to a live broadcast in the castle grounds, and thousands are watching outside in extremely windy conditions.

They will then take an open-top carriage ride through Windsor, although it will be shorter than the one Harry and Meghan took in May when thousands thronged the streets and hundreds of millions worldwide watched on television.

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

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