Princess Eugenie, 28, and her fiance Jack Brooksbank, 32, are set to marry in October.
Now it appears the couple’s wedding invitation design has come to light.
According to Vanity Fair the invitations read: “His Royal Highness The Duke of York KG and Sarah, Duchess of York, request the pleasure of the company of [insert name] at the Marriage of their daughter Her Royal Highness Princess Eugenie of York with Mr. Jack Brooksbank at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle on Friday 12th October, 2018 at 11 a.m. followed by a Reception at Windsor Castle.”
This is the traditional way to word an invitation.
The invitation also gave a clue as to what royal and famous guests will be wearing on the big day.
It reveals the dresscode is “morning coat or a day dress with a hat.”
Meghan and Prince Harry’s dress code on the other hand was “Uniform, morning coat or lounge suit, day dress with hat.”
Unlike Meghan and Harry’s invitations, Eugenie’s are printed on a portrait layout. Meghan and Harry’s were landscape.
However, the text seems to be almost identical, suggesting they employed the same calligrapher.
While Prince Harry and Meghan’s invites where embossed with a gold ink etching of Three-Feathered Badge of the Prince of Wales, Eugenie’s carry the symbol of the Duke of York.
This is a round symbol with a rose in the middle and a crown on top.
It reads: “Honi soit qui mal y pense.”
This Latin phrase is the motto of the British chivalric Order of the Garter and means shame on him who thinks evil thoughts.
The Prince of Wales’s feathers motto reads “Ich dien”. A German phrase, this means “I serve.”
Princess Eugenie’s wedding is set to be bigger than Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s.
It has been revealed the festival-style event will take place over three days.
According to reports from People the couple will have a party on Saturday in the grounds of the Royal Lodge.
The grand building was Eugenie’s childhood home and Prince Andrew, 58, still owns the property.
Eugenie’s wedding weekend will certainly be jam packed with events. The couple will marry on Friday in the early afternoon.
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Her full title is Princess Eugenie Victoria Helena of York. She is the Queen’s sixth grandchild and is currently ninth in the line of succession.
Eugenie started her education at Winkfield Montessori before heading to Upton House School and Coworth Park School.
She then attended St.George’s School in Windsor before completing her A levels in Art, English Literature, and History of Art at Marlborough College.
To undertake her Bachelors degree in English Literature, History of Art and Politics, Eugenie attended Newcastle University.
In 2013, Eugenie moved to New York City to work for online auction firm Paddle8 as a benefit auctions manager.
She returned to London in 2015 to work for Hauser & Wirth art gallery as an associate director, gaining a promotion to be a director in 2017.
Princess Eugenie joined Instagram in March this year, the first royal to officially do so. Other members of the Royal Family have accounts run by the palaces.
She has 281,000 followers, but is only following 19 accounts, including close friend Ellie Goulding, her mother, and Queen Rania of Jordan.
Eugenie mixes in strictly A List circles, and is friends with celebrities and the cream of British society.
Close girlfriends include Cressida Bonas and Chelsy Davy, both former flames of Prince Harry.
Ellie Goulding, Cara Delevinge, Jack Whitehall, Jimmy Carr, and James Blunt are also known to be friendly with the Princess.