Bride-to-be Princess Eugenie steps out in her favourite emerald frock

Angelo Anderson
July 19, 2018

Eugenie and Jack will also have a short carriage procession, travelling through the grounds of Windsor Castle and along part of the High Street, before returning to the castle via Cambridge Gate.

Princess Eugenie and fiancé Jack Brooksbank are taking a page from the wedding of her cousin Prince Harry and new wife Meghan Markle by copying several of the unique things the Duke and Duchess of Sussex did on their May 2018 wedding day for the couple's own October nuptials. People can apply to watch the wedding from inside the grounds of Windsor Castle on 12 October, with the ballot closing on August 8.

The princess, who is ninth in line to the throne, became engaged to Mr Brooksbank in January after the couple dated for seven years.

All you have to do is fill in an application form and wait for acceptance. Applicants must be living at a United Kingdom (or British Forces) postal address. 3. Groups of families or friends (up to 4 individuals) should apply on the same form.

Successful applicants will be issued entry cards, which are not transferable and the lucky invitees will be required to bring photographic identification and proof of address with them on the day. The 1,200 guests will also listen to a live broadcast of the marriage service.

Like Harry, she will invite 1,200 people from across Britain to join in the celebrations in the castle grounds and to watch the newlyweds leave St George's Chapel after the service.

They are also extending invitations to Windsor locals, representatives from the charities that Jack and Eugenie support, children from the schools the bride attended as a girl and the staff from Windsor Castle.

Royal fans have a chance to attend Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's royal wedding!

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