IT is the second royal wedding of 2018 – and in the same location as that of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle – but there will be a very big difference when Princess Eugenie goes through the knot with fiancé Jack Brooksbank.
Eugenie (28), who will marry her old partner at the St George Chapel in Windsor Castle on October 12, plans to enforce a strict "no plastic" rule for the entire event.
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In the September issue of British Fashion, the royal bride explained that she was inspired by the fact that her house, Ivy Cottage in Kensington Palace, is already completely plastic-free.
"My whole house is now anti-plastic – and Jack and I want our wedding to be like that, we have to take care of this planet." Eugenie said.
It is certainly an issue that is close to her heart. Earlier this year, Eugenie used her Instagram account to tell us about the importance of limiting the amount of plastic for single use that we use in our daily lives.
In the same post she revealed that she had become an ambassador for Project O – an organization that works to protect the ocean – which aims to "inspire people to make sustainable choices to prevent the ocean from drowning in plastic."
In her interview with FashionEugenie also maintained that she was reasonably calm, amid the stress of planning a (royal) marriage.
"It is very unnerving because you want it to be perfect, but then you realize that you are forever with the person you love and nothing else really matters," she told the magazine.
Although she has chosen to stay connected with each other about specific details regarding her wedding dress, Eugenie has revealed that she went with a local designer.
"I do not tell anyone who makes it, but I can say that it is a British designer. (The dress) is the only thing I really decided on. Once we announced the wedding, I knew the designer and the look right away. I never thought I would be the one who knew exactly what I liked, but I've been pretty much on top of it. & # 39;
It is due to new reports that the price tag for security on its big day has already more than doubled to $ 3.5 million.
Although by no means a cheap affair, Eugenie's marriage is probably still a bargain compared to the $ 46 million cost of Harry and Meghan in May.
Originally published as Surprising Rule that Eugenie applied to her wedding