The big day is finally here for Princess Eugenie.
Guests have been arriving all morning in Windsor for this years second royal wedding, but Camilla will not be one of them. Unfortunately, the Duchess of Cornwall had a previous engagement.
Guests include model Cara Delevingne, Naomi Campbell, Demi Moore and X Factor judge Robbie Williams.
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The Queen’s granddaughter is set to marry Jack Brooksbank at 11am today. The ceremony is taking place at St Georges Chapel, the same place Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tied the knot.
The couple met in 2010 on a skiing trip is Switzerland and got engaged last year.
It is unknown whether the Queen will grant Brooksbank a title or if the princess will take his last name. Usually, the woman would take her Husband’s title, but in this case he does not have one.
As with every royal wedding, there has been a debate among the public about the cost of the event. The wedding is expected to cost around £2.7 million, most of which is for security.
Security falls under ‘public safety’ which means the country has to pay it. Which means it comes from taxpayers’ money.
Republic, a pressure group campaigning for the abolition of the monarchy, have started a petition to the House of Commons to urge the Government to commit no public money to the wedding. Over 46,000 people have already signed.
Here at BUzz we wish the soon to be weds much luck and happiness with their marriage.