The Royal Collection Trust has released an official range of commemorative china to celebrate Princess Eugenie’s marriage to Jack Brooksbank on Friday, 12 October 2018.
A tankard, coaster (plate), pillbox and a miniature teacup and saucer ornament are part of the items available to mark this very special occasion.
This range of English fine bone china is entirely made by hand using unchanged traditional methods for 250 years.
Each item features Princess Eugenie’s monogram below a coronet, as well as the couple’s conjoined monogram. These monograms are surrounded by garlands of ivy woven with traditional English bluebells, forget-me-nots and the white rose of York.
Each item is also decorated with gold around the edges.
This official range is available for overseas shoppers through the Buckingham Palace Gift Shop.
Princess Beatrice is tipped to be the maid of honour at the lavish wedding, as the sisters are said to be very close.
More than 850 guests will be present at the wedding, with celebrations lasting all weekend.
Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank invited 1,200 members of the public to join in the celebrations by participating in a ballot, which closed on 8 August 2018.
The successful applicants were notified by e-mail with further information about the wedding later sent by post.
They will see the congregation and Members of the Royal Family arriving at St George’s Chapel, listen to a live broadcast of the service and watch as the newlyweds depart at the end of the ceremony.
Reports say the bride will be known as Princess Eugenie, Mrs Brooksbank, following the wedding, similar to the sisters of King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden and King Harald V of Norway.
Princess Eugenie and her new husband will travel in a short carriage procession through the grounds at Windsor Castle, leaving via Castle Hill, along part of Windsor High Street before returning to the Castle, passing through Cambridge Gate.
The newly married couple will then undertake a short carriage procession through part of Windsor High Street. The carriage will process through the grounds of Windsor Castle, departing via Castle Hill to proceed along part of the High Street before returning to the Castle via Cambridge Gate.
Representatives from charities supported by Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank, children from local schools where Princess Eugenie had attended, and members of the Windsor Community, along with Windsor Castle residents and Royal Household staff will also be present.
The Duke and Duchess of York announced their youngest daughter’s engagement on 22 January 2018, after they became engaged in Nicaragua earlier that month.
Princess Eugenie is currently ninth in the line of succession to the British throne.
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