Princess Eugenie's wedding on Friday could end up looking fairly different to that of her cousin Prince Harry, it seems. Princess Eugenie and Mr Brooksbank met at the Swiss resort of Verbier where Eugenie was on a family vacation celebrating her father's 50th birthday.
The princess and her fiancé invited over 800 people to attend their wedding and guests such as Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle and The Queen are all expected to attend.
In fact, the six-year-old will be one of the bridesmaids on the big day, alongside Princess Charlotte and Mia Tindall, while Prince George is on pageboy duties.
"We're hoping she's going to have a great day and we're very pleased that she's shared her day with us".
The royal family is paying for the wedding, but the anti-monarchist group Republic is lobbying Parliament to prevent any public money from being spent on security or other wedding-related costs. Finally, there's Eugenie's grandfather Prince Philip, who still remains a question mark on whether he will attend.
The Archbishop of York wrote a personal prayer for the service but it's the Dean of Windsor who will officiate Eugenie and Jack exchanging vows.
Friends have reportedly said her absence was not calculated but due to an unavoidable clash.
"I'm not stressed at all", Eugenie told Vogue magazine for its September issue.
It's time for another royal wedding at Windsor Castle - but this time it's less of a global TV spectacle and more of a family affair.
Months after marrying Britain's Prince Harry, the new Duchess of Sussex is marrying her old Hollywood life with a new role as a royal, and the newlyweds are "mapping out a remarkably glamorous life, even by royal standards", according to a source.