According To Historian, Princess Eugenie And Jack Brooksbank Deserve A Big Royal Wedding, But Why?
August 2, 2018 11:15 By Fabiosa
Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s wedding is getting closer each day. We can imagine it would be hard to beat the royal nuptials of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, but it will surely be an event to remember.
In January, it was revealed that the Queen’s granddaughter became engaged to her long-term partner and the proposal was as beautiful as you can possibly imagine. Jack popped a question on their trip to Nicaragua by a stunning lake.
Princess Eugene and Jack Brooksbank will wed on October 12 and some people think the couple has a right to have a big wedding.
It should be glorious
Princess Eugenie is a junior member of the royal family, she holds the ninth place in the line to the British throne and will be pushed further when those who are ahead of her have children.
Despite that, a royal author and historian Christopher Wilson thinks she deserves a grand wedding. He wrote in the HELLO!:
The fact remains that Eugenie is the sovereign's grandchild, just as Prince Charles's sons William and Harry are, and she has every reason to expect equal treatment. Behind this, too, will be Prince Andrew (Eugenie's father), ever conscious that he is the Queen's second son and until the age of 22 was second in line to the throne. He will feel entitled to celebrate the marriage of his daughter in suitable style.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s royal wedding greatly boosted the British economy, especially in clothing sales department thanks to the “Meghan effect.” But Wilson thinks that even though Princess Eugenie’s wedding might not be in the same league, the boost to the economy is likely to be bigger than the cost of the wedding.
What do people think?
nah... people love even a minor royal wedding and they love to feel special— purpleclaire (@purpleclaire) July 19, 2018
All weddings at St George’s Chapel are much the same; Eugenie may have copied Harry, who followed Autumn & Peter, who copied the Wessexes, who were inspired by Helen Windsor following the blueprint set by Alice of Albany who in turn drew on the ceremony of Bertie & Alex in 1863— Michael Rhodes (@migrhodes) July 20, 2018
If she’s copying Meghan and Harry’s wedding, she’ll have a lot to do!— Jozaphen™️🇲🇸🇬🇧 (@jozaphen) July 20, 2018
Let’s see who qualifies for the ballot tickets (will be a multicultural)🧐
Will she have Beyoncé singing in the church of Robbie Williams singing “Angels, in the reception!🎤
We are certain Princess Eugene and Jack Brooksbank’s nuptials will be special in their own way and we can’t wait to see the bride’s dress!