According to reports, Princess Eugenie opted for a more formal dress code for her wedding than the Duke and Duchess of Sussex chose for their big day.
It is said that the promised and promised Jack Brooksbank, 31, asked the men to wear morning coats at the nuptials of St. George's Chapel, in Windsor, on October 12.
In contrast, Harry and Meghan gave men the option of wearing a sleeping bag, military uniform or a more casual lounge suit for their wedding in the same place in May. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge offered guests the same option in 2011.
The details are included in a supposed copy of Eugenie and Jack's wedding invitation that has been published by Vanity Fair.
Princess Eugenie and her fiancé Jack Brooksbank, 31, have allegedly asked men to wear morning coats for nuptials at St. George's Chapel in Windsor on October 12. The dress code is included in a supposed version of your invitation posted online today. In the photo, Princess Eugenie and Mr. Brooksbank in a morning coat at a friend's wedding last month
Harry and Meghan gave the men the option of wearing a sleeping bag, military uniform or a more casual lounge suit for their wedding in the same place in May. In fact, the Duke of Sussex dressed in military clothes, pictured, while the Duchess of Sussex wore a Givenchy dress
The alleged invitation is written in a printed font similar to that of the Sussexes and presents an almost identical wording.
It reads: His Royal Highness The Duke of York K.G. and Sarah, Duchess of York requests the pleasure of the company of [guest’s name] in the marriage of his daughter His Royal Highness Princess Eugenia of York with Mr. Jack Brooksbank in the Chapel of St. George, Windsor Castle on Friday October 12, 2018 at 11am followed by a reception at Windsor Castle .
In the lower left corner is the address of the staff member who will receive confirmation of attendance at Buckingham Palace.
In the lower right corner is the dress code: "Morning coat / Day dress with hat". The name of the recipient of the invitation has been deleted by Vanity Fair.
Buckingham Palace declined to comment on whether the invitation is genuine.
George Clooney, photographed with his wife Amal, was one of the male guests who chose to wear a lounge suit for the wedding of the Dukes of Sussex in May. The Clooneys are among the guests rumored to Eugenie's wedding, but George will have to wear a morning coat
Prince Harry, 33, wore his military uniform for his wedding with Meghan, 37, and several of his guests, including Prince William, 36, did the same.
However, the brothers will put on a sleeping bag, worn with a waistcoat and formal pants, as they watch their cousin, 28, tie the knot with her long-time boyfriend.
A morning suit consists of a coat, vest and pants of the same color and material. Men in evening dress also wear a shirt with a regular tie.
The invitation of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank is written in a printed font similar to that of the Sussexes, in the photo above, and presents an almost identical wording. The dress code for the wedding of Duke and Duchess of Sussex can be seen in the lower right corner of the top
Jack and Eugenie are expected to be surrounded by a star-filled confirmation as they exchange their vows before heading to Windsor Castle for the reception.
There are expected to be some crossings with Harry and Meghan's guest list, with Amal and George Clooney, James Blunt, Cressida Bonas, Elton John and the Beckhams predicting to attend their second royal wedding of the year.
But Eugenie's guest list is ready to have an extra touch of nervousness in the form of a younger and fresher crowd that includes Ellie Goulding, Cara Delevingne and Suki Waterhouse and modeling royalty Kate Moss and Cindy Crawford.
Prince Harry, 33, wore his military uniform to marry Meghan, 37, and several of his guests, including Prince William, 36, did the same. Meanwhile, Prince Charles, 69, looks handsome in a gray coat tomorrow, dressed as a suit with a matching vest and formal pants.