Windsor gears up for its second royal wedding of the year

The Royal Family have this morning released the official program, the Order of Service, for the wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank at Windsor Castle.

Lord Frederick and his sister, Lady Gabriella, grew up in Kensington Palace with Eugenie's cousins, Prince William and Prince Harry.

While the rest of the Royal Family will be enjoying the festivities at Windsor Castle, Camilla is understood to have not wanted to let the children down.

Storm Callum is expected to hit the United Kingdom on the morning of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's wedding.

George and Charlotte are old hands at the wedding roles, having served as page boy and bridesmaid at Harry and Meghan's wedding and at their aunt Pippa's wedding to James Matthews a year ago.

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

Eugenie, the daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, is the only royal family member with a public Instagram account.

Rumours that Theodora could be a bridesmaid surfaced in July, with the Mail on Sunday revealing Robbie and Ayda have been friends with Eugenie and her husband-to-be Jack Brooksbank for years.

The Princess of York will get married to Jack Brooksbank at St George's chapel in Windsor on Friday, October 12, in front of more than 850 people. She also told British Vogue she had been pinning images of wedding cakes on a separate Pinterest board.

The pictures coincided with the announcement of the bridal party. He and Eugenie have dated for many years. 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.

Police teams have been meticulously checking and sealing water drains near the castle, and sniffer dogs are checking for explosives in the royal-themed shops, restaurants and tea rooms frequented by tourists.

The little royals are no strangers to these roles.

The group says Eugenie does not carry out royal duties and that weddings are personal, private occasions, not affairs of state.

  • Kyle Peterson