Jack Brooksbank will soon be husband to the Queen's granddaughter, Princess Eugenie, but on Wednesday night (Oct. 3) he stepped out solo in London to toast the new Harry's Bar on James Street. Having built a career in hospitality and nightclubs, it's not unusual to see the groom-to-be out on the town, but he was sure to keep his future bride close to his heart. Along with his dapper navy suit, the 32-year-old wore the same red tie he donned in his engagement photos with Eugenie.
On one of his last nights as a single man, Jack was happy to pose for a few rare photographs, in which he smiled widely. Princess Eugenie's beau used to work at hotspot Mahiki nightclub, and could have been out on the town for work or to support a friend. He's currently an ambassador for Casamigos tequila, which was co-founded by George Clooney (who we might just see at the star-studded royal wedding!) and could also have brought him out to the bar.
Jack and Eugenie will tie the knot at St George's Chapel in Windsor on Oct. 12 in a stunning ceremony attended by 850 guests and 1200 members of the public. Like her cousins the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, the couple will then go for a carriage ride around town before enjoying a celebratory luncheon hosted by the Queen.
Then the real party starts - and with Jack's professional prowess, it's sure to be one for the books! With the 28-year-old sure to change into a second bridal look, the couple will head to Royal Lodge, the York family's home, for an evening reception attended by family, friends and more than a few famous faces. But the festivities don't end there! According to the London Times, there will be another festival-themed blowout the following day featuring rides, carnival food and more.