Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s wedding service in full as Royals set to gather for the procession, ceremony and Queen’s champagne reception

THE wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank promises to be a lavish event with the pair due to tie the knot at noon today.

Queen Elizabeth and members of the Royal Family, including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, are expected to attend along with a handful of celebrities such as Cindy Crawford, James Blunt and Ellie Goulding.

Jack and Eugenie are set to marry today
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After the wedding in Windsor Castle chapel the Queen will host an afternoon reception in St George’s Hall before the celebrations continue – probably into the early hours – at the Royal Lodge in Windsor Great Park.

A fairground has been erected, complete with a Ferris wheel, dodgems and a coconut shy.

The Queen’s granddaughter, 28, admitted to being nervous ahead of her big day but added she couldn’t wait to exchange vows with her boyfriend of seven years, an interview with Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford.

Jack described his future wife as a “bright shining light” while Eugenie said he was “so humble and generous”.

Eugenie admitted to feeling nervous before the wedding
The couple are due to tie the knot at St George Chapel in Windsor Castle
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are on the guest list
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will also be going to the wedding
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But the couple have faced criticism that the wedding will cost almost £2million due to increased fears of a terror attack.

The wedding was initially expected to cost around £750,000 – be be paid for by the couple’s parents, but the extra funding has since come from the taxpayer.

The extra money will draft in officers on overtime rates, with some cancelling their holidays to be on guard.

Dozens of officers will also be required to search the open-top carriage procession route in advance and there will be a blanket ban on drones flying over the event too.

Here’s your guide to what’s happening when and who to look out for

9am – the day starts with wedding guests starting to arrive

10.25am – Members of the royal family are expected to arrive at the Galilee Porch, received by The Right Reverend David Conner, the Dean of Windsor

10.30am – Jack Brooksbank’s parents arrive

10.32am – Sarah, Duchess of York and Princess Beatrice arrive at the West Door

10.35am – Groom and his best man, Thomas Brooksbank arrive at the West Door

10.50amPrince of Wales arrives at the Galilee Porch

10.52am – The Queen arrives at the Galilee Porch and is received by the Dean of Windsor – a fanfare is sounded

The Queen will be holding an afternoon reception for the newly married couple
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Prince Charles is due to attend his niece’s wedding
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The wedding service

Choir and clergy procession – Peter Roper-Curzon will play Johann Sebastian Bach’s Allegro form Organ Sonata No 1 and Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Rhosymedre

Princess Eugenie will arrive to Fanfare, Adventus and will be led to the Organ Screen by her father, Prince Andrew

The Dean of Windsor will give the introduction

Robbie Williams and wife Ayda Field are said to have been invited
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Princess Beatrice will read a section from The Great Gatsby during the service
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Hymn – John Newton’s Glorious Things of Thee are Spoken

The Marriage – neither Eugenie or Jack will offer to obey. Only Eugenie will wear a wedding band

Andrea Bocelli will perform Ave Maria with an orchestra conducted by Carlo Bernini

The First Reading – Charles Brooksbank will read from St Paul’s Letter to the Colossians, chapter 3 verses 12-16

The Second Reading – Princess Beatrice read from F Scott Fitzgerald’ The Great Gatsby

Andrea Bocelli performs Panis Angelicas

George and Amal Clooney are also believed to have been invited
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The address will be given by The Dean of Windsor The Right Reverend David Conner

Hymn – Immortal, Invisible, God Only Wise by W Chalmers Smith

Prayers led by the Archbishop of York John Sentamu

The anthem – a Gaelic Blessing sung by the choir

The blessing

Hymn – Charles Wesley’s Love Divine, All Loves Excelling

The Signing of the Registers – the choir sings Ubi Caritas

National Anthem

The bridge, groom and immediate family leave the chapel by the West Door

The newly married couple are then expected to have a carriage procession.

They are due to leave from the Royal Mews out of the castle, go along part of the High Street before returning via Cambridge Gate.

The Queen then holds an afternoon reception at the castle.

The evening party is at Prince Andrew’s home in Windsor, The Royal Lodge which is three miles away from the castle.

Celebrations are expected to go on until the early hours.

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