Britons not going ga ga over this royal wedding

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank

The Queen has set Fergie a list of rules to follow at Eugenie's wedding

George and Charlotte are old hands at the wedding roles, having served as page boy and bridesmaid at Harry and Meghan's wedding and at their aunt Pippa's wedding to James Matthews past year.

Princess Eugenie is set to marry Jack Brooksbank at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle on Friday (October 12), but the Duchess of Cornwall won't be in attendance. Earlier this year, Eugenie attended the weddings of Lady Melissa Percy (to Thomas van Straubenzee) and Alessandra de Osma (to Prince Christian of Hanover), so politeness argues that she'll reciprocate.

Eugenie, ninth-in-line to the throne, works in the art world while her fiance, a former manager of popular London nightclub Mahiki, works in the drinks and hospitality industry.

Prince George, 5, will join one other page boy for the ceremony - Mr. Louis de Givenchy, the 6-year-old son of Zoe De Givenchy and Olivier De Givenchy.

The daughter of Robbie Williams, five-year-old Theodora Rose, has been confirmed as a flower girl at the wedding, which means we can expect to see the singer and his wife, Ayda Field, in the pews.

Also taking up the role of bridesmaids will be Savannah and Isla Phillips, the daughters of Peter and Autumn Phillips.

Ten-year-old Viscount Severn and Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor, 14, will also be part of the wedding as special attendants.

According to Parker, Eugenie's ring wasn't meant to be a copy of Catherine's ring, which originally belonged to Princess Diana.

New details released by Buckingham Palace reveal some important additions to Eugenie and Jack's nuptials, including a description of the wedding cake that has royal fans salivating.

It's never ending for the royals! As friends of Eugenie's, it's likely they'll be returning to St George's Chapel.

Her cousin Prince Harry and wife Meghan had their glittering wedding in May at the same location.

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