Princess Eugenie's Wedding Prep Included a Massive Hair Change

Calvin Saunders
October 12, 2018

It's royal wedding eve, you guys, and if you're anything like us, the anticipation surrounding Princess Eugenie's nuptials at Windsor Castle on October 12 (aka tomorrow) is tough to bear.

Guests will likely begin arriving at Windsor Castle from around 6pm, ahead of members of the Royal Family.

And while Princess Eugenie has primarily used her boards for work, a little social media sleuthing can tell royal admirers a lot about her big day with Jack Brooksbank.

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.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte will be among the pageboys and bridesmaids, alongside X Factor judge Robbie Williams's daughter Theodora.

More young royals in the wedding include 7-year-old Savannah and 6-year-old Isla Phillips.

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The pictures coincided with the announcement of the bridal party.

Eugenie was spotted strolling around London earlier this week in a purple coat dress which beautifully complimented the new hue, as well as showing off her slim legs.

Princess Eugenie and her fiance Jack Brooksbank have finally announced the order of service for their wedding at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on Friday. The couple were engaged in February after seven years of dating.

First, the film producer would have seen his former wife Meghan Markle join the Royal Family by marrying Prince Harry in front of a worldwide audience of millions. The Queen's youngest grandchildren, Lady Louise, 14, and James, Viscount Severn, 10, will tackle the positions of Special Attendants under the guidance of their proud parents Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex.

The presence of so many royals - and a number of celebrity guests - has prompted extra security measures to be put in place.

The little royals are no strangers to these roles. "But there's something different about Friday's royal wedding, and people aren't happy".

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