Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank, who became engaged in Nicaragua in January, will wed at St George’s Chapel in Windsor on Friday, October 12.

The nuptials will be the second royal wedding of 2018 after Eugenie’s cousin Prince Harry married Meghan Markle in May earlier this year.

More than 800 guests have been invited to the couple’s wedding and some 1,200 members of the public will attend the special occasion.

Yesterday it was revealed Prince George and Princess Charlotte will be page boy and bridesmaid at the Royal wedding, but where is Eugenie’s wedding reception?

Where is Princess Eugenie’s wedding reception?

After Princess Eugenie walks down the aisle of the St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle, there will be two events held.

The Queen is first expected to host a champagne reception at Windsor Castle during the afternoon on Friday.

The newlyweds and their guests will then move on a second wedding reception held at the Royal Lodge in Windsor.

The venue has been the official country residence of the Duke of York, Princess Eugenie’s father since 2004.

The second event will be hosted by both of Princess Eugenie’s parents, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson.

According to Vanity Fair, the Duke and Duchess of York are planning to “erect a marquee in the grounds for the party to be held in.”

In addition, there will be a festival held on Saturday, October 13, organised by party planners Bentleys Entertainment.

A source said: “After the more formal celebration at Windsor Castle, the Saturday bash will be a relaxed party.

“There will be dodgems and funfair rides, coconut shies, lots of food stalls, loads of cocktails, Bloody Marys for the hangovers and a festival vibe.”

Will the wedding be televised?

After BBC declined broadcasting Princess Eugenie’s wedding, ITV will air the ceremony for Royal fans in the UK.

ITV has dubbed the programme “This Morning at the Royal Wedding” and will be fronted by hosts Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes.

The show will air from 10am onwards and include the arrival of Royal and A-list celebrity guests to the carriage procession after the ceremony at St George’s chapel.

An anonymous source told the Daily Mail the BBC turned Eugenie’s wedding down “because they think it will be a ratings flop”.

The BBC will, however, show the wedding highlights.

So will Sky, who will be running snippets throughout the day as part of their news coverage.

Nearly 18 million people in the UK watched Meghan Markle say “I do” to Prince Harry in May earlier this year, as well as 30 million Americans.

Americans will be able to watch the second Royal wedding of 2018 on TLC, in a show dubbed Royal Wedding Live: Princess Eugenie and will begin 4.25am EST on October 12.



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