Will Prince Harry and Meghan Markle might miss part of Princess Eugenie’s wedding?

By Meaghan Wray

Royal watchers in Canada are gearing up to rise with the sun and catch Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s royal wedding. And while they’re all eagerly awaiting a first glimpse of the royal bride, fans will be equally excited to spot newlywed guests the Duke and Duchess of Sussex returning to the scene of their May 19 nuptials to celebrate his cousin’s big day. But the loved-up pair, who head out on tour next week, may not be able to stay for all of Eugenie and Jack’s festivities.

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Veering away slightly from what Prince Harry and Meghan did for their day-long wedding celebrations, the princess and her British beau will be keeping the party going for an extra 24 hours – and it won’t be your average celebration. Eugenie and Jack have reportedly decided to have a carnival-themed after-party on Saturday, set to boast fair rides and classic food stalls. Sadly, Eugenie’s cousin and his wife will likely miss the second half of their party as they prepare for a full day of travels Down Under.

Harry and Meghan will set off on their tour on Oct. 16. Photo: © Getty Images

But fear not! Fans of the Royal Family will still be able to spot their favourite young royal couple out and about as they’ll be jetting off on their first official overseas tour together , stopping in Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and the Kingdom of Tonga . Their trip will span a whopping 16 days starting on Oct. 16, just a few days after Eugenie ties the knot. Given their packed itinerary (76 engagements!) and long travel time, we’re guessing the beautiful couple will be taking Saturday to relax and prepare for their big adventure.

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There’s no question that her loving mom and dad, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, will be there with bells on, likely sitting side-by-side to share in the moment as their youngest daughter walks down the St. George’s Chapel aisle. One royal confirmed to be missing out on the exciting day is the Duchess of Cornwall , who has a previous engagement in Scotland. She’ll be attending a harvest festival and visiting a school nearby her home with Prince Charles in the Scottish Highlands. Luckily, there will be beautiful photos galore for Camila to feel a part of the day!

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