Which Royal Family members are attending Princess Eugenie's wedding? From the Queen to Meghan Markle

But who from the Royal Family will attend the wedding? Here's all we know…

What do we know about the wedding so far?

The couple will follow in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's footsteps and marry at St George's Chapel, Windsor, on October 12, 2018.

After the wedding, the happy couple will undertake a carriage procession through Windsor.

It's suspected that Eugenie will wear a dress designed by Erdem.

And around 1,200 members of the public shall attend.

Will the Queen attend?

Although it hasn't been confirmed officially, it's highly unlikely that Princess Eugenie's own grandmother wouldn't attend.

Her Majesty The Queen has attended all of her grandchildren's weddings so far.

And this will be her second wedding of the year, after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's in May, where she wore a lime green get-up.

Which members of the Royal Family will be there?

The official guest list is usually kept completely under wraps until the big day of any Royal Wedding, but we have a good idea which members will attend.

However, we've had a look at what the invites look like – and they're pretty swanky!

Prince Andrew, Eugenie's father will attend, as will her mother Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York.

It was a bit of an awkward affair at Harry and Meghan's wedding as Sarah wasn't invited, due to her divorcing blood royal Andrew, Duke of York.

However, the pair are said to be on good terms since their 1996 divorce, so chances are they'll be sitting together.

Obviously we'll see her sister and best friend Princess Beatrice front and centre at the ceremony.

And grandparents The Queen and Prince Philip will be beaming with pride.

Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, are likely to attend.

As are The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and Meghan.

Prince William, wife Kate Middleton and their three tots Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis will probably attend too.

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