Published: Fri, October 12, 2018
Arts&Culture | By Matthew Castillo

Princess Eugenie and Kate Middleton have similar engagement rings - here's why!

Princess Eugenie and Kate Middleton have similar engagement rings - here's why!

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.

Some 850 guests are expected, including X Factor judges Robbie Williams and wife Ayda Field, singer Ellie Goulding and model Cara Delevingne.

The stressed-out bride is not only said to have attacked poor Kate by insisting she was forbidden from arriving through the main entrance, but Eugenie's diva demands, fights with the wedding planners and blow out budget mean the event is swiftly turning into a disaster.

Snippets of the wedding will be shown on British TV, but only one channel, ITV, is planning to provide live coverage of the proceedings.

"So, when Jack set out to create a ring for Eugenie just like her mother's, the groundwork that it would also resemble Diana/Catherine's ring was already there".

"She's been incredible, she has the ability to do a million things at once in her brain, including working as well as organising everything to do with the wedding", he added.

Prince George, five, will be one of two page boys, while his sister Princess Charlotte, three, will join Theodora, nicknamed Teddy, and four other bridesmaids. Queen Elizabeth's other great-grandchildren Savannah Phillips, 7, Isla Phillips, 6, and Mia Tindall, 4, will also be bridesmaids. Mr Brooksbank has chosen his brother, Thomas, as best man.

While Harry's wedding featured a fiery sermon from a U.S. Episcopalian bishop and a gospel choir, Eugenie's will be more traditional with a performance by Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli and the address given by Conner. The Archbishop of York has written a prayer for the couple.

A source said: "Meghan loves her new role/ She takes it very seriously and wants to make a difference".

The Dean of Windsor David Conner, who will be leading the service, said: "It'll be a mix of traditional and modern".

However, republican campaigners say taxpayers face an estimated £2m security bill.

Sophie began work on the special cake in the kitchens of Buckingham Palace on Wednesday.

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