Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank have arrived in Windsor, where they'll say "I do" in less than a day! The couple and family members the Duchess of York, Princess Beatrice and Prince Andrew were photographed making their way down the long walk at Windsor Castle, reportedly headed to a rehearsal at St George's Chapel ahead of their Friday (Oct. 12) wedding.
The bride-to-be was beaming in the passengers seat as her future husband took the wheel. Eugenie's hair, which she recently dyed in a more vibrant shade of red, was tied back in a loose ponytail and she appeared to have shopped her own closet, clad in a floral dress that she previously wore earlier this summer by Claudie Pierlot. The bohemian, long-sleeved design features a ruffled collar, belted waist and sheer sleeves, ringing in at $575.
The bride's parents and sister were also spotted driving together in Windsor. This week, the members of the bridal party were revealed, confirming Princess Beatrice's role as Maid of Honour for her close friend and confidante. "We're each other's rocks," Eugenie told British Vogue in a rare interview. "We're the only other person in each other's lives who can know exactly what the other one is going through."
Eugenie's older sister will surely have her hands full come wedding day - and perhaps even at the rehearsal today! - as she wrangles some of the Royal Family's most rambunctious tots. Among the bridesmaids and pageboys are Prince William and Kate's eldest children, Prince George, 5, and Princess Charlotte, 3; Zara and Mike Tindall's firstborn daughter, four-year-old Mia Tindall; and Savannah and Isla Phillips, aged seven and six respectively, the daughters of Peter and Autumn Phillips.
Rounding out the bridal party are six-year-olds Maud Windsor, whose parents are Lord and Lady Frederick Windsor, and Teddy Williams, daughter of singer Robbie Williams and Ayda Field. Prince George will have a pageboy to play with in Louis de Givenchy, 6, whose parents are Zoe and Olivier de Givenchy. The Queen's youngest grandchildren, Lady Louise, 14, and James, Viscount Severn, 10, will tackle the positions of Special Attendants under the guidance of their proud parents Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex.