Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall won't be attending Princess Eugenie's royal wedding

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall won't be attending Princess Eugenie's royal wedding

It had been rumoured that Princess Eugenie would have her sister as her maid-of-honour and this is indeed the case with Princess Beatrice announced as chief bridesmaid.

Eugenie and Jack will marry at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on Friday 12 October.

Prince William and Duchess Catherine's children, five-year-old Prince George and three-year-old Princess Charlotte, will serve as pageboy and bridesmaid.

Savannah and Isla are the two daughters of Mrs Autumn Phillips and Mr Peter Phillips.

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 only non-royal bridesmaid will be Theodora Williams - the six-year-old daughter of Robbie Williams and Ayda Field.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte will have starring roles in the second royal wedding of the year, taking place at Windsor Castle later this week.

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Eugenie, who is ninth in line for the throne, will be marrying Jack Brooksbank Friday at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle - the same location as Prince Harry and Meghan's wedding in April.

Mia is the daughter of Mrs Zara Tindall and Mr Mike Tindall.

"I know it seems odd that Camilla's missing Eugenie's wedding but it doesn't indicate any malice or ill-feeling".

For Britain is still gaga over Markle, the glamorous U.S. actress who married the queen's grandson in a Windsor wedding watchedaround the world in May.

The Earl and Countess of Wessex's children, Lady Louise Windsor and Viscount Severn will be special attendants on the day.

"She's also been banned from making a speech, as much as Eugenie would have liked her to, out of fear she may say something untoward or make subtle digs at the family", A palace aide told the publication.

But the selfies are a far cry from the slick and professional photos that were relased by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in the lead up to their Royal Wedding.

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