Princess Eugenie and Kate Middleton have similar engagement rings - here's why!

Toby Graves
October 11, 2018

The bride-to-be was seen grinning as Mr Brooksbank drove while Prince Andrew, the Duchess of York, and Princess Beatrice followed in a vehicle behind.

"Embraced": Meghan Markle and Prince Harry with her mother, Doria Ragland, (left) at the launch of the cookbook.

Cool, calm and collected are not usually the words associated with a bride the week of her wedding. let alone a Royal Wedding!

The designer baking the cake for Friday's royal wedding of Britain's Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank says she was honored to have been selected for the couple's big day.

Following the ceremony, the newlyweds will take part in a royal carriage procession through Windsor.

According to royal commentator Victoria Arbiter, Prince Charles's wife can't make it because she has already agreed to attend another engagement.

Prince George, five, will be one of two page boys, while his sister Princess Charlotte, three, will join Theodora, nicknamed Teddy, and four other bridesmaids.

Princess Eugenie and Jack have also opted to break tradition with their wedding cake, opting for an autumnal red velvet and chocolate confection instead of customary iced fruit cake.

When Princess Eugenie walks up the aisle on Friday, she will be accompanied by six bridesmaids.

It is not yet known whether Prince Philip will attend the ceremony.

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

The This Morning at the Royal Wedding show continues until 12.30pm.

The Queen will host a wedding reception at Windsor Castle for the couple and their guests.

The couple will Wednesday at St George's Chapel in Windsor, where the streets have been adorned with decorations to mark the big day.

According to Parker, Eugenie's ring wasn't meant to be a copy of Catherine's ring, which originally belonged to Princess Diana.

"We are getting a lot of American and Chinese and Spanish visitors", said Jag Khaira at the Nell Gwynn Tearoom.

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