If you missed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding in May, don’t worry because there’s be another royal wedding later this year.
Princess Eugenie is expected to tie the knot with Jack Brooksbank, her fiancé and long-term boyfriend, on October 12. The couple will wed St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle, where Meghan and Harry married.
For the Love of Hats
The bride-to-be has strict fashion protocol for all the wedding attendees – including Meghan, Kate and even the Queen. According to reports, Princess Eugenie wants all her guests to wear hats.
Both sisters, Eugenie and Beatrice, are huge fans of this specific dress code. They have rarely been seen in the public without hats and now they want the royal wedding guests to wear them too. Even Kate and Meghan must follow the protocol if they want to attend the wedding. Even the Queen isn’t exception to this rule which shows how much Princess Eugenie loves this head gear.
The royal bride-to-be is known for her millinery choices – a fashion must-have that she wears to every important event. Some have even called the Princess’ style outlandish at times, especially at Kate and William’s wedding in 2011 when her ridiculously big hat caused a frenzy in the world of fashion.
Bold Fashion Statement
Both sisters showcased their love for hats at one of the most important events in royal history. While Eugenie wore a big blue hat with feather designing, Beatrice donned an oval beige one with ribbon detail. Both hats were designed by Philip Treacy.
The princess stole attention at the 2008’s Royal Ascot as well with her interesting choice of head gear. She decided to pair her purple top with a lime green saucer hat designed by none other than Philip Treacy. Following the public criticism for Beatrice’s large butterfly hat, the sister decided to go with less outrageous looks at Harry and Meghan’s wedding. While Princess Eugenie wore a white hat with a pale blue dress, sister Beatrice choose to skip the head gear altogether. Instead, she opted for a head band to match her beautiful turquoise dress.
Jack and Eugenie are planning to throw a much bigger wedding bash than their royal counterparts, Harry and Meghan.
The couple has invited over 800 guests and dressing instructions have been announced in wedding invitations for both male and female guests.
Since the ceremony will take place at a church, the royals should follow the royal fashion etiquette and dress conservatively.