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You will be able to watch the royal wedding on Youtube tomorrow

You will be able to watch the royal wedding on Youtube tomorrow

The bride Princess Eugenie of York arrives by vehicle for her Royal wedding to Mr. Jack Brooksbank at St. George's Chapel on October 12, 2018 in Windsor, England.

"And yeah, that was it I think - that's how it started".

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All eyes were on Kate Middleton, Prince William, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry as they arrived at the wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank. And just like Harry and Megs, the couple have also invited members of the public - 1,200, to be exact - to witness the big day up close and personal.

Eugenie told Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford from ITV's This Morning show, which will be screening the ceremony live, that her "humble and generous" husband-to-be had the ability to "make everyone feel so special".

In total 18 million people tuned in to watch the event.

Kate wowed in the £1395 'Iman" off-the-shoulder embellished boucle-tweed midi dress from the Canadian-born, British-based designer's spring "18 collection.

The Royal Family looked on with beaming smiles as the couple tied the knot.

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Eugenie, 28, is ninth-in-line to the throne and a director at the London gallery Hauser & Wirth. He said: "For local residents, they're probably fairly indifferent in truth".

"Most Brits opposed taxpayer funding of Prince Harry's wedding but as with all royal events were forced to accept it", a spokesman for the group said.

"This a chance now for people that maybe couldn't come for that to now come and have a nice day at Windsor and get a bit of the same atmosphere".

Eugenie and Brooksbank, 32, have dated for many years.

As George and Charlotte arrived at the church, they were also seen eagerly waving to the crowds through the window of the vehicle.

When the wedding service ends, the newlyweds will leave the ceremony to embark upon a short carriage procession.

A Gaelic Blessing will be sung by the choir, and Italian singer-songwriter Andrea Bocelli will perform Bach's Ave Maria.

The Archbishop of York wrote a personal prayer for the service but it's the Dean of Windsor who will officiate Eugenie and Jack exchanging vows. "It's obviously going to be quite a grand occasion, but I hope also, that it will have an air of intimacy about it".