Robbie Williams' daughter confirmed as Princess Eugenie's bridesmaid

  • Robbie Williams' daughter confirmed as Princess Eugenie's bridesmaid

Robbie Williams' daughter confirmed as Princess Eugenie's bridesmaid

Samantha, who has multiple sclerosis and uses a wheelchair, then spoke directly to Meghan saying, "Let's just cut through all the cr-p, you're a woman, life is short".

Eugenie and Brooksbank are following a precedent set by Harry and Meghan by inviting 1,200 members of the public to the castle grounds for a better view of Friday's festivities.

With this year's second major Royal wedding about to kick off (October 12, 2018), rumours are still swirling as to where Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank will be spending their honeymoon - and we may have just gotten a huge clue. The only thing that makes it cuter?

Prince George and Princess Charlotte will be among the pageboys and bridesmaids at the wedding of Princess Eugenie, Buckingham Palace has said. The girls will be joined by Eugenie's goddaughter Maud Windsor, who is the daughter of Lord Frederick Windsor and Sophie Winkleman, along with Theodora Williams, daughter of singer Robbie Williams and Ayda Field. Prince George will have a pageboy to play with in Louis de Givenchy, 6, whose parents are Zoe and Olivier de Givenchy.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle officially tied the knot this past May, and if reports are to be believed, the royal couple is hoping to expand their family very soon.

The couple's tour itinerary also has a focus on environmental efforts, including a trip on day two of the tour to Dubbo to learn first-hand about the drought affecting farmers and a visit to a primary school in Melbourne on day three of the tour to meet students involved in sustainability programs.

It also could just be a color that Princess Eugenie likes, as she's worn various versions of red over the years.

The Archbishop of York wrote a personal prayer for the service but it's the Dean of Windsor who will officiate Eugenie and Jack exchanging vows.

On Instagram, he shared more background about Sophie Cabot, the talented baker behind the cake, and called attention to the detail on her wonderful sugar work.

And best of all?

"The monarch and her family are part of the shop window for Great Britain, and at the end of the day anything that goes on that creates people wanting to come to this part of the world, - come and see what goes on in Windsor - we're very happy for that", he said. Our fascinators will be on and tea and crumpets will be ready.