Wedding Bells to Peal again at Windsor Castle
October 12thWedding of Princess Eugenie of York, and Mr. Jack Brooksbank
Windsor will turn golden once again this Friday October 12thfor the royal wedding of Queen Elizabeth’s granddaughter, Princess Eugenie of York, and her fiancé Jack Brooksbank, the tequila brand ambassador. Princess Eugenie is the daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson the Duke and Duchess of York. Princess Eugenie is ninth in line to the British throne.
The service will surely provide royal enthusiasts with another shot of distinct pomp and pageantry despite some saying it will inevitably take place in the shadow of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex who wed in Windsor this past May.
On the invitation list you can expect to see familiar royal faces and spectacular floral displays, as well as another showing of public and charity participation. Though this wedding is a weekday affair, and unlikely to attract a 13 million strong UK audience, the celebrations will be fully televised in a live special edition of ITV’s This Morning.
To make sure you see each second of the ceremony amid your Friday morning breakfast Princess Eugenie and Mr Brooksbank will exchange vows and cameras will roll from 9.25am until 12.30pm London Time, covering the guests arriving, leaving, and everything in-between.
From 11:00am, The Dean of Windsor will lead the hour-long service inside St George’s Chapel before they depart on a short carriage procession around Windsor.
At the castle, the Queen will host a private afternoon reception for family and friends, before the newlyweds go to the private reception hosted by the Duke and Duchess of York at Windsor Lodge.
They will broadcast live from Windsor, showing events unfolding inside and outside the grounds of Windsor Castle, as well as giving their comment and reaction. It is thought that Princess Eugenie’s wedding would not attract enough support for the BBC to warrant live programming.
How to watch the Royal wedding on TV from the US:
As the main event gets going at St George’s Chapel at 11:00 BST, royal fans on the east coast of the United States will need to rise early to tune-in at 06:00am EST snd 5:00am CST for Minneapolis to watch live coverage.
How to watch from anywhere via livestream
As with most recent royal celebrations, the Windsor wedding will be available at the push of a button: on online streaming services, news sites, and mobile apps.
Royal fans can follow the coverage live at https://www.telegraph.co.uk/Bookmark this page and come back on Friday, October 12, to follow the action.