The Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank at the Serpentine summer party in June 2018.
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She may be the only member of the British royal family with a personal Instagram account but Princess eugenie He has banned mobile phones and cameras on his wedding day.
Eugenie has privately asked guests not to tweet or post photos on social networks, and all guests have been formally informed that they will be asked to "deliver mobile phones, cameras and any electronic device used to capture images. "upon your arrival at the reception that will follow your wedding on October 12 at Windsor Castle.
Guests at the Friday wedding between the princess and Jack Brooksbank They have received an information packet with all the things they should and should not do for the big day. The guests have been asked do not to bring wedding gifts (the couple has a wedding record and must send gifts to the Duke of York office in Buckingham Palace), hand luggage or a camera because "photography is not allowed in the Chapel of St. George or in Windsor Castle".
It will be an early start for the 850-member congregation, and even the guests on List A, which will probably include George Y Amal Clooney Y Robbie Williams– They have been told to bring two forms of identification and to arrive at a farm store in Windsor. Then they will be escorted to the minibuses and taken to the church where they will be seated at 10:15 a.m. Guests are also informed that there are "limited sanitary facilities" in the church that will only be in use from 8 AM to 10 AM.
Eugenie was seen in Windsor this week for the final meetings with the staff of the church and the castle, while Buckingham Palace announced more details about the wedding. The couple has chosen the bakery based in London. Sophie Cabot To create a red velvet and chocolate cake. Cabot, a former costume designer, will make a "modern" cake that "will incorporate the rich colors of autumn in its design and will be covered with a detailed work of sugar, including ivy." Eugenie has chosen an autumn theme for her wedding day with Garlands, berries and seasonal flowers from the gardens of Windsor Castle that adorn the church and the castle.
The music of the church will be as full of stars as the crowd, with performances by the opera singer. Andrea Bocelli and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. The wedding will also have a military theme with trumpeters from the Domestic Cavalry band who will perform a fanfare before the Archbishop of York addresses a prayer for the wedding service and a greeting for the newlyweds.
The Dean of Windsor, the Reverend Just David conner officiate as the couple make their vows. While leaving, the members of the Grenadier Guards of the Nijmegen Company will line up on the Western Steps of the Chapel of St. George, while the pipers of the 2nd Battalion of the Royal Regiment of Scotland will be presented while the bride and groom depart in a procession of carriages through Windsor.
Such as Prince Harry Y Meghan Markle On their wedding day in May, Eugenie and Brooksbank plan to kiss for cameras on the west steps before leaving for a 15-minute procession of carriages through the streets of Windsor.
10:15 The congregation will sit in the chapel of St. George.
10: 25-10: 55 Members of the royal family and the Jack Brooksbank family arrive at St. George's chapel
11:00 The service begins
11:55 The service ends
12:10 Guests will be on foot to the reception of Windsor Castle.
3:30 End the reception at Windsor Castle. The coaches will return the guests to the farm store.