Windsor will host its second royal wedding of the year on Friday when Princess Eugenie, the younger daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah, Duchess of York, marries her long-term boyfriend, tequila brand ambassador Jack Brooksbank.
The pair went for a final rehearsal at the venue on Thursday, with photographers capturing shots of a smiling Eugenie in her auto. Also among the guests will be the surgeon who carried out an operation to straighten Eugenie's back when she was 12, British media reported.
Buckingham Palace released new details Thursday about Princess Eugenie's upcoming wedding, including the Order of Service and the charities invited.
Dean of Windsor David Conner will officiate and give an address. Last year, he even talked about developing a comedy series about a man who shares custody of his children with an ex-wife who happens to marry into the British royal family.
Only a few Halloween face masks feature Eugenie, though some shopkeepers say that will change in the hours ahead of her wedding.
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Besides all the royals, there will also be celebrities in attendance, as both Eugenie and Jack have several famous friends. Their 5-year-old son, Prince George, will be a page boy, and Princess Charlotte, 3, will be one of six bridesmaids.
And while everyone is comparing Eugenie's wedding to Prince Harry and Meghan's lavish affair, some royal fanatics have noticed the similarity between Eugenie's and Catherine's engagement rings.
The pictures coincided with the announcement of the bridal party. Eugenie's older sister Beatrice, 30, will be her maid of honour.
Guests have started arriving on the grounds of Windsor Castle, including English model and singer Pixie Geldof.
"Most Brits opposed taxpayer funding of Prince Harry's wedding but as with all royal events were forced to accept it", a spokesman for the group said.
"I just think that families can be this way, when there's confusion and when people are hurt so moving forward, I apologise and wish things could be different".