A second Royal Family member has decided not to attend Princess Eugenie's wedding.
Castle Hill is the closest to where Eugenie and her new husband will begin there journey.
Eugenie, like her elder sister Beatrice, is "very real", she insisted in a Vogue interview to mark her engagement.
Brooksbank and Eugenie "just stared at each other" upon their first meeting in the mountains.
Meanwhile costume designer turned bespoke baker Sophie Cabot has been tasked with creating the couple's wedding cake - an autumn-inspired red velvet and chocolate affair decorated with ivy, likely a nod to Eugenie and Jack's home, Ivy Cottage in the grounds of Kensington Palace.
Asked to confirm if she will run towards Jack, Eugenie confessed: "No, [but] I've told my dad if he goes fast, that's it, we are not talking anymore!" But, there's something about her wedding that has Royal fans up in arms.
The series, which MTV describes as a "royality show", will follow the lives of young royals and aristocrats (and apparently those related to them, in the case of Dooley) as they go about their lives in the English countryside together.
Art-loving Eugenie (pronounced YOO-juh-nee, not you-JAY-nee, but she's said she's "used to every pronunciation") is the Queen's granddaughter and is ninth in line to the throne.
It seems like Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank are completely copying everything from Harry and Meghan's royal wedding. And let's not forget their musical guests, including Andrea Bocelli, who will perform two pieces during the service, as well as the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Criticism has already been levied at the estimated £2 million security bill, which falls to the taxpayer, for Eugenie's wedding.
Dean of Windsor David Conner will officiate and give an address.
The wedding will also be streamed live on the internet for people across the world to enjoy.
These concerns aren't popular in Windsor's business community, where the surging popularity of the royal family in recent years - and the afterglow of Harry and Meghan's wedding - has helped bring in visitors in recent months.
She and drinks executive Jack Brooksbank will tie the knot at St George's Chapel - where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle married in May.