Royal Weddings

Applications for an invitation to Princess Eugenie's upcoming wedding are now open

Bride to be Eugenie and fiancé Jack Brooksbank are inviting 1200 members of the public to share in their wedding celebrations

Fancy going to Princess Eugenie's big day?

Well, you can!

Applications for an invitation to the upcoming British royal wedding, due to take place on 12th October at Windsor Castle, are now open online, as the royal family invites members of the public to apply for the guest list.


Princess Eugenie, 28, will tie the knot with her fiancé Jack Brooksbank, 32, in the same spot the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said 'I do' just months before, albeit with fewer lining the streets of Windsor, one would imagine.

The couple are inviting 1200 members of the public to the big day, who - like at Harry and Meghan's celebrations - will watch from the grounds of Windsor.

Read more: Princess Eugenie's wedding: Everything we know about the big day so far

"The attendees will view the arrival of the congregation and Members of the Royal Family, listen to a live broadcast of the Marriage Service and watch as the bride and groom depart St George's Chapel at the end of the ceremony," the official communications reads.

After the ceremony, the happy couple will undertake a carriage procession through part of Windsor High Street.

Members of the public can apply to be on the guest list online here, but there's a catch - it's only open to 'people from across the United Kingdom'.

There will be approximately 200 people at the ceremony in St George's Chapel and while no official invitations have appeared thus far, there are sure to be some celebrities on the list - not to mention of course members of the British royal family.

Ellie Goulding is a pal of the pair, and Eugenie still keeps in touch with Harry's ex Cressido Bonas (pictured), so it's likely they're two on the list.

The guest list may not have the star power of US actress Meghan's (with Oprah, The Clooneys and The Beckhams providing some A-list glamour to proceedings) but Eugenie's big day will no doubt have its fair share of household names.