Face masks can be seen on sale at a gift shop ahead of the royal wedding between Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank at Windsor Castle in Windsor, Britain, October 10, 2018.
It's time for another royal wedding at Windsor Castle - but this time it's less of a global TV spectacle and more of a family affair.
Snippets of the wedding will be shown on British TV, but only one channel, ITV, is planning to provide live coverage of the proceedings.
Eugenie's older sister will surely have her hands full come wedding day - and perhaps even at the rehearsal today! - as she wrangles some of the Royal Family's most rambunctious tots.
(AAP) Windsor is gearing up for the second royal wedding of the year.
Like Harry and Meghan, they'll then undertake a horse-drawn carriage ride through Windsor.
Eugenie and Brooksbank are following a precedent set by Harry and Meghan by inviting 1,200 members of the public to the castle grounds for a better view of Friday's festivities.
Almost all Britain's senior royals are expected to attend although Prince Charles's wife Camilla will be absent as she has a prior engagement in Scotland.
The pictures coincided with the announcement of the bridal party.
The stressed-out bride is not only said to have attacked poor Kate by insisting she was forbidden from arriving through the main entrance, but Eugenie's diva demands, fights with the wedding planners and blow out budget mean the event is swiftly turning into a disaster. The couple were engaged in February after seven years of dating.
Two other members of the royal family will serve as Special Attendants: the Earl and Countess of Wessex's daughter, Lady Louise, 14, and her brother James, Viscount Severn, ten.
Their newborn baby brother Louis, born in March, sat out Harry and Meghan's wedding and likely will not be attending Eugenie's wedding either.
Royal wedding regulars like Elton John, David and Victoria Beckham, George and Amal Clooney and pop star Ellie Goulding are nearly certain to come.
Friends have reportedly said her absence was not calculated but due to an unavoidable clash.