Princess Eugenie, granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth, marries on Friday in the second major royal wedding of the year at Windsor Castle, following in the footsteps of her cousin Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan. Meanwhile Prince Philip wore grey trousers, a black jacket and a tan vest.
Britain's Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank at their wedding in Windsor. Several representatives from the charity were invited to stand inside the grounds of Windsor Castle along with representatives of other charitable organizations supported by the couple. Arriving at St. George's Chapel in Windsor Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell (above) looked like the royal-approved guests they are, donning a white and navy polka dot skirt suit, while Campbell chose a feather-trimmed black and grey number with matching rose fascinator.
The ceremony will take place at the castle's 15th Century St George's Chapel.
Eugenie's elder sister, Princess Beatrice, the maid of honor, will deliver a reading, an extract from the novel "The Great Gatsby".
Afterward, the newlyweds plan a carriage ride through the streets of Windsor to give the public a chance to see them up close.
Most people say either "You-Janie" or "You-Jee-nie", but it's actually pronounced "YOO-junnee", with the emphasis on the first syllable, like the names Natalie or Stephanie.
But the Order of Service also reveals that Jack will not be wearing a ring - unlike the Duke of Sussex - and Eugenie, like the Duchess of Sussex, will not promise to obey her husband.
A smattering of celebrities are expected to be among the guests with the daughter of singer Robbie Williams one of the bridesmaids.
Queen Elizabeth's granddaughter Princess Eugenie married Jack Brooksbank at Windsor Castle on Friday in front of celebrities and Britain's senior royals including Prince Harry and wife Meghan who Wednesday at the same venue in May.
Eugenie, 28, works at a contemporary art gallery.
While the royal family is paying for the wedding itself, there has been disquiet among republicans and some newspapers over the security bill for the event, which has been estimated at more than 2 million pounds ($3.7 million), given that Eugenie does not carry out official royal duties.
"We are getting a lot of American and Chinese and Spanish visitors", said Jag Khaira at the Nell Gwynn Tearoom.