Windsor welcomes Princess Eugenie for royal wedding redux
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Royal wedding fever has gripped the nation again with Princess Eugenie set to marry Jack Brooksbank later this week.
Five-year-old George and 3-year-old Charlotte, the elder children of Prince William and his wife Kate, will join children including 7-year-old Savannah Phillips, 6-year-old Isla Phillips and 4-year-old Mia Tindall — all great-grandchildren of Queen Elizabeth II — and Theodora Williams, 6-year-old daughter of pop star Robbie Williams and his wife Ayda Williams.
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And while her dress designer has been kept closely under wraps, her aversion to meringue shoulders means its unlikely she will follow in her mothers footsteps with a statement puffy sleeve.
Britains Prince William and Princess Charlotte look on as Prince George plays with a bubble gun at a childrens party at Government House in Victoria, British Columbia, Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016. (Chris Wattie/The Canadian Press via AP, Pool)
Which is just as well, as Fergies infamous 1986 Lindka Cierach number – with its 17ft train and 20ft veil – has just been voted among the nations least favourite royal wedding dresses.
The new research, from JD Williams, set out to examine Britains best-loved bridal gowns of the past 100 years and, unsurprisingly, the Duchess of Cambridge took the top spot.
Its not clear how many visitors will come to Windsor, a riverside town about 20 miles (32 kilometres) west of London. Part of the draw will be the chance to catch a glimpse of the queen and other royals, including William and his wife Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, and their two young children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
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A new survey has revealed Britains favourite royal wedding dress in the run-up to Princess Eugenies wedding. Top of the list was the dress worn by the Duchess of Cambridge (pictured at her wedding in 2011, wore a gown designed by Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen)
"Its going to be shirts and some mugs. A few people have been asking for it, but compared to Harry-Meghan, its not that big," said Salman Khan at The King and Queen gift shop. Eugenie items have been hard to find because only a few suppliers are manufacturing them, he added.