The second distinctive royal wedding has been celebrated in the British Kingdom, at Windsor Castle on the marriage of Queen Elizabeth’s granddaughter Princess Eugenie on Friday, pursuing the steps of a wedding of her cousin Prince Harry and Meghan.

Queen’s 3rd child Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson’s  28 years old younger daughter Eugenie will tie the wedding knot with 32 years old Jack Brooksbank, at the monarchs home in the West London.

As the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan in May, Eugenie has also chosen Windsor Castle for her big day.

The ceremony will be arranged at the Windsor Castle officiated by David Conner the dean of Windsor.  1200 members and the charity guests publicly invited into the ceremony of the occasion.

One perceptible absentee will be the wife of Prince Charles, Camilla who is the Duchess of Cornwall, as she is attending an engagement in Scotland. While the wedding of Harry was celebrated with the rituals of sermons from a gospel choir and a US Episcopalian, the wedding of Eugenie will be celebrated with the more traditional performance by Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli and the Conner’s address.

 

The deputy leader of local council , Phillip Bickell said, “ The monarch and her family are part of the shop window for Great Britain, and at the end of the day anything that goes on that creates people wanting to come to this part of the world,- come and see what goes on in Windsor- we are very happy for that.”

 

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