Princess Eugenie wedding: Royal posts throwback of ‘really cool moment’ ahead of wedding
Princess Eugenie, 28, is marrying her long-term partner, Jack Brooksbank, 31, next month at Windsor Castle.
The two are tying the knot in St George’s Chapel, the same location as Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s nuptials
Ahead of the big day, Eugenie posted an adorable #ThrowbackThursday on Instagram of her as a young girl.
The image was playfully captioned, “#tbt to really cool moments in life!!”
The adorable snap shows Eugenie munching on a big stick of pink candy floss.
No more than five or six years of age, the little princess is standing on a field and wearing horse-riding attire.
Her ensemble was made up of a miniature tweed jacket, beige jodhpurs and crisp blue shirt and tie and shiny burgundy shoes.
The red-head princess is giving a cheeky look to the camera, coined by her as a “really cool moment”.
Showing appreciation for the cute snap, some of Eugenie’s 323,000 followers were quick to comment.
One wrote: “Cute outfit and fairy floss = Bliss! Super cute”, another added: “Oh precious!!”
Other followers expressed excitement for her upcoming wedding, with one posting: “Looking forward to watching the wedding at home. Have a wonderful day and savour every moment.
“It is a big day for all parents, too. How cute do you look in this photo.”
Only a few details have been released about the wedding, but we do know is that it will be a lavish two-day affair.
The royal couple is getting married on Friday October 12, but will be celebrating with friends and family all weekend.
Following the wedding, another party is set to take place on Saturday afternoon.
According to reports from People magazine, the couple will have a party on Saturday in the grounds of the Royal Lodge.
The grand building was Eugenie’s childhood home and Prince Andrew, 58, still owns the property.
Another detail that has been revealed by Eugenie is who is designing her wedding dress.
While she didn’t name the designer, she did reveal to British Vogue that the dress was being designed by a British brand.
The princess revealed that she knew the look she wanted “straight away”, and the dress was the one thing she was “really decisive” about.