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Princess Eugenie forced to delay wedding to Jack Brooksbank for royal protocol

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Jan 25, 2018, 12:53 pm IST
Updated Jan 25, 2018, 12:53 pm IST
Prince Andrew's younger daughter wanted to wed in September but it clashes with other engagements.
Eighth in line to the throne Eugenie, 27, daughter of the Queen’s second son, Prince Andrew, will have to exchange her vows in October instead.
 Eighth in line to the throne Eugenie, 27, daughter of the Queen’s second son, Prince Andrew, will have to exchange her vows in October instead.

Unfortunately for the other royal slated to wed, Princess Eugenie is having to push back her wedding to beau Jack Brooksbane due to a number of royal engagements, which includes in all possibility, a high-profile foreign tour for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

The duo, who has dated for seven years were keen to walk down the aisle as soon as possible, had indicated to the Queen and Royal Family that they would ideally like an ‘Indian Summer’ wedding at Windsor in September.

 

The monarch has little in the way of public commitments that month, she will still be on her extended summer break at Balmoral, her Scottish residence, but the other royals have commitment.

This includes a potential foreign tour mooted for Prince Harry and his new bride, Meghan Markle, who will also tie the knot at St George’s Chapel on May 19.

According to Mail Online, it now looks as if eighth in line to the throne Eugenie, 27, daughter of the Queen’s second son, Prince Andrew, will have to exchange her vows in October instead.

According to a source who spoke to Mail Online, some members of the Royal Family already have commitments in the diary which include a number of foreign tours for Harry and Markle, and September is a date that has been mooted. There is nothing concrete yet, but it looks as if Eugenie and Jack will go for October instead.

According to the sources the couple is okay with it.

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