Royal Wedding: BBC subtitles make rude blunder about Princess Eugenie

Saturday, 13 Oct, 2018

Some of the world's biggest stars came out Friday afternoon for the wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank.

Charlotte, 3, was serving as a flower girl and looked cute as can be in a white dress with a bright green, floral ribbon around her waist.

Several hundred singing and cheering well-wishers gathered outside in Windsor in the shadow of the castle, far fewer than the thousands that crammed into the town for Harry's wedding.

Princess Charlotte and Prince George definitely brought the raised the "cute" factor as they arrived to do their bridesmaid and page boy duties.

Charlotte, who's the youngest of the bunch, was seen waving to crowds from the wedding auto while George was later seen looking inquisitively around the church.

And for some, it was a chance to experience what they had missed at the last wedding.

It was the same setting as the lavish wedding in May of Prince Harry and his American actress wife Meghan.

Princess Eugenie's dad, Prince Andrew, was interviewed by ITV this morning ahead of the royal wedding.

"She's worldwide. She travels all the time", he said.

Also in attendance were Princess Anne and her daughter, Olympian Zara Tindall and her son-in-law, Mike Tindall.

Other famous guests include Ellie Goulding, Cara Delevingne, Robbie Williams, James Blunt and Holly Candy (formerly Vallance). Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, wore a navy dress and coat by Givenchy.

"But my children, Holly and Sam, and my wife Joan are going to be there".

Sarah Ferguson has already become the highlight of the royal wedding.

Eugenie's sister, Princess Beatrice, served as maid of honour, while Jack's brother Thomas was best man.

For her wedding to Captain Mark Phillips in 1973, Queen Elizabeth's daughter Princess Anne chose a "Tudor-style" gown with medieval sleeves designed by Maureen Baker.

According to the salon website, Sonnie has years of experience doing bridal hair and a styling session with her will set you back £150 for the hour.