Will The Queen Give A Royal Title To Princess Eugenie's Fiancé Jack Brooksbank?
We cannot imagine what the royals are going through while preparing for two long-awaited weddings of 2018. And while everything is more or less clear for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, there are many questions to answer when it comes to another event – Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s ceremony.
Date has been revealed
The pair got engaged at the beginning of 2018, but they have set the date just recently. On October 12, the world will have an opportunity to witness a magnificent wedding of the princess and her fiancé. It will take place at St. George’s Chapel (yes, the same venue Prince Harry will have his royal nuptials at).
Will her husband-to-be take royal title?
Unfortunately, royal commentators believe it is very unlikely Brooksbank will receive all the perks. Of course, some members of the public are offered the privilege, but the Queen will not give a title to Eugenie’s beau.
And there’s a reason for that. Both Beatrice and Eugenie are not working royals. It means they do not carry out royal duties. That is why it is not likely their future spouses will have titles.
Actually, Princess Eugenie planned to have her wedding earlier, but she had to postpone it due to a number of royal engagements. It’s no surprise that after seven years of dating, the pair wants to wed as soon as possible, but other royals have other things to do.
Although the Queen doesn’t have many plans in the fall, other family members already have commitments penciled in. In particular, Prince Harry and his bride-to-be will go on a huge tour after tying the knot in May.
We’re looking forward to more details about both royal weddings!