Princess Eugenie will marry her longtime boyfriend Jack Brooksbank on October 12. The couple is expecting quite a crowd too, as the 27-year-old royal and her fiancé will invite 1,200 members of the public to their event.

PRINCESS EUGENIE INVITES 1,200 CITIZENS TO HER WEDDING

The couple became engaged back in January, and their marriage will commence at St. George’s Chapel, the same establishment where Prince Harry wed Meghan Markle in May. Eugenie, the ninth in line to the British throne, and Brooksbank plan to trek across Windsor in a carriage following their union, much like Harry and Markle did.

The wedding will be attended by 1,200 citizens from across the United Kingdom. Those sent an invitation will get to watch the Duke and Duchess of York arrive and say their vows. Additionally, other attendees will include representatives of various charities the couple work with and schoolchildren hailing from the schools Eugenie attended in her youth.

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Should you wish to attend, these are the guidelines per the announcement page:

  • Applicants must be over 5 years of age and children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Applicants must be living at a UK (or British Forces) postal address.
  • Individuals can only apply once, not multiple times.
  • Groups of families or friends (up to 4 individuals) should apply on the same form.  Should one member of the group be successful in the ballot, all members will be considered to have been successful.  The individual completing the application form must seek the permission of the other group members prior to providing their personal information in the application form.

Moreover, those hoping to witness the event will need to provide their full names (and any previous names), their date and place of birth, their present address and postal code, mobile and home telephone numbers and an email address.