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Old 05-01-2018, 07:26 PM
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I don't think it will be televised ..very little chance. I don't think Jack will receive a title, they aren't going to be working royals. Jack has a career. Not sure there's enough interest to warrant a minted coin?


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Old 05-01-2018, 07:43 PM
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I think there could be the slight chance of exclusive access to one channel or a special deal, so while it may not be a massive event, the minimal attention the wedding may get will be drawn to one channel.
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Doubt it'll get live streamed inside the Chapel. Maybe Hello like Zara?
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Old 05-01-2018, 08:57 PM
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Yeah, I'm thinking limited access to one outlet. I personally would love to view this wedding also. Personally, I think there is a 25% chance it may be streamed or aired or recorded for a later release date. Who knows, but I think she is going to make one beautiful bride.
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Old 05-02-2018, 12:24 AM
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Who is going to pay for their office that would be required as a working royal? Their wardrobe? Charles doesn't want to pay for it considering he'll have to support his siblings as well once his mother is gone. How about after that? Should William support them as well? Then we are down the same path we had before in terms of the Kents and Gloucesters. Public doesn't want that many royals anymore. And royals don't retire at the same age as the rest of us. I don't think anyone can make them either.

And let's not put this entirely on Fergie. Andrew and his antics hasn't helped matters either.

I'm fairly certain that we won't see another HRH who is simply the grandchild of a monarch. Even though the LP allows all grandchildren of a monarch to have the title, I have this suspicion that from now on, it'll most likely go the way of Wessex children.

Pay for what?? They already do exactly what they would do as 'working royals'. Beatrice has 11 patronages, 12 if you include her work with pitch@palace. Beyond that she is a founder of Big Change, and works with We as well. Eugenie has 7 patronages. Both of them manage to do both without private secretaries and offices to do their schedules for them. Both do so without royal funding for their clothes.

The only change would be that they would get some recognition for their work. They would be on the CC. At the very most, perhaps they wouldn't pay rent on their apartments.

The reality is that in the next few years the Kents and Gloucesters will retire. And the queen and Prince Philip. The Cambridges will have the Cornwall money to fund them as Charles will have Lancaster.

Do people really think that the sovereign grant, the money given to pay for all the working royals, will shrink in size with less royals??? That less royals will mean less tax money? No. It will mean more money to pay for less royals. More money to pay for less engagements every year.

There may come a time when all the older have retired off, and Harry and William need some back up. Better not to push the Yorks totally out.

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But what about Beatrice?
I know she travels a lot, but doesn't she still need a London base?

It's been reported that the York girls have vacated the apartment they once shared at SJP.
It was never confirmed. Just rumored Andrew wasn't planning on paying rent on the apartment in SJP for just Beatrice, when she is rarely there.

If true, then she may crash with her father when she is in London, or at Royal Lodge. She spends most of her time in NY.

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I really don't see the public interest in Eugenie and Jack's wedding being anywhere near the interest in Harry and Meghan's at all. There's been discussions in a thread here on a title for Jack Brooksbank and the general opinion is that no, he will not receive or be offered a title upon marriage.

I personally think that Eugenie and Jack's wedding will be handled with perhaps some press interest similar to Pippa and James' wedding and we'll see arrivals and departures and perhaps a carriage ride but for the most part, the wedding ceremony is going to be a private wedding of two private citizens getting married in St. George's Chapel at Windsor. It just so happens though that the bride's grandmother is the Queen.
There wasn't as much interest in Edward/Sophie or Charles/Camilla but it was still televised.

Not saying there will be full coverage like Harry. But there likely will be some coverage of the wedding, more then Pippa. Its the first wedding of a royal princess since Anne's wedding to Mark.
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Old 05-02-2018, 08:03 AM
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I just hope they don't go selling exclusive rights to some magazine, like Peter Phillips did.
So tacky!
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Old 05-02-2018, 08:53 AM
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I can't see there being a carriage ride through Windsor for the couple, though personally I'd like to see one. It's just that would mean high security costs once more. The wedding is likely to be filmed and later made available to view but I just don't think it will be televised. Not enough interest IMO. I do think that there's likely to be lots of photographers there though and we'll get a heap of photos of the guests and the wedding party.

Does Jack have any siblings, nieces, nephews, godchildren who could be in the wedding party?
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Old 05-02-2018, 09:13 AM
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Well, maybe not a magazine, but I do hope we get some exclusive footage from inside. I don't know, sell the rights to ITV or something.

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I can't see there being a carriage ride through Windsor for the couple, though personally I'd like to see one. It's just that would mean high security costs once more. The wedding is likely to be filmed and later made available to view but I just don't think it will be televised. Not enough interest IMO. I do think that there's likely to be lots of photographers there though and we'll get a heap of photos of the guests and the wedding party.

Does Jack have any siblings, nieces, nephews, godchildren who could be in the wedding party?
This is what I think also, which is not a bad deal.
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Old 05-02-2018, 12:10 PM
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Does Jack have any siblings, nieces, nephews, godchildren who could be in the wedding party?

Jack has one brother, Thomas, who is two years younger (same age as Beatrice).

But I don't believe he is married.

Still, the extended royal family has children of the right age, like the Duke of Gloucester's grandchildren, and some grandchildren of the Duke of Kent.
They could do the Boy/Girl pairings if they liked.
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Old 05-02-2018, 12:25 PM
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I can't see there being a carriage ride through Windsor for the couple, though personally I'd like to see one. It's just that would mean high security costs once more. The wedding is likely to be filmed and later made available to view but I just don't think it will be televised. Not enough interest IMO. I do think that there's likely to be lots of photographers there though and we'll get a heap of photos of the guests and the wedding party.

Does Jack have any siblings, nieces, nephews, godchildren who could be in the wedding party?
I agree Curryong that a carriage procession for Windsor is not likely to happen due to the high cost for security. I believe that any press coverage will be similar to Peter and Zara's weddings.
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Old 05-02-2018, 12:35 PM
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Since Peter and Autumn had a carriage ride after their wedding I am 100% sure their will be one for Eugenie and Jack's.
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Old 05-02-2018, 12:43 PM
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I am expecting a carriage ride for Eugenie and Jack...it would be kinda odd if they don't have one.


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Old 05-02-2018, 12:48 PM
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Since Peter and Autumn had a carriage ride after their wedding I am 100% sure their will be one for Eugenie and Jack's.
They didn't process through the streets of Windsor but went by carriage to their reception at Frogmore. I do see Eugenie and Jack opting for a similar ride to their reception but a longer procession through Windsor seems to be unlikely IMO. (However I am aware that I could be proven wrong!)

Here is a link to the Hello magazine coverage that shows Peter and Autumn riding to their reception at Frogmore.

https://us.hellomagazine.com/royalty...ding-photos/13
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Old 05-02-2018, 01:14 PM
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There wasn't as much interest in Edward/Sophie or Charles/Camilla but it was still televised.

Not saying there will be full coverage like Harry. But there likely will be some coverage of the wedding, more then Pippa. Its the first wedding of a royal princess since Anne's wedding to Mark.
There was plenty of interest in the marriage of C&C and E&S, albeit ofr very different reasons. When E&S married in 1999, we had been through a rather tumultuous decade with the break down of the marriages of 3 of the Queen's children and the death of Diana. A lot of people were keen to see what a slimmed down Windsor wedding might be like.
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Old 05-12-2018, 10:34 AM
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Jack has one brother, Thomas, who is two years younger (same age as Beatrice).

But I don't believe he is married.
Just for curiostity: Thomas has just got engaged to his girlfriend Amy Rogers:

Mr T.G. Brooksbank and Miss A.L.E. Rodgers - Engagements Announcements - Telegraph Announcements

Just five months to go!
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Old 05-12-2018, 10:44 AM
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I can't see Eugenie and Jack having a carriage ride through Windsor itself, that would require a much higher police presence, maybe from the Chapel to the Castle, the Castle to Royal Lodge but that would mainly be on Castle grounds.
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I agree tommy100 that most likely they'll travel within the Castle grounds to their reception but that the required police presence and the cost would make it unlikely that there will be a public carriage ride through Windsor.
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Old 05-12-2018, 12:41 PM
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I don't see a carriage ride through Windsor either for Eugenie and Jack. People are grousing about the security cost for Harry and Meghan's wedding. I don't think people want another massive tax bill for the ninth in line to the throne. As for interest, if E & J's wedding were historic there would be. At best Eugenie will be the first blood princess in a generation to marry. I'm afraid most people will show interest because of the wild card that is Fergie, the mother of the bride.
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They didn't process through the streets of Windsor but went by carriage to their reception at Frogmore. I do see Eugenie and Jack opting for a similar ride to their reception but a longer procession through Windsor seems to be unlikely IMO. (However I am aware that I could be proven wrong!)

Here is a link to the Hello magazine coverage that shows Peter and Autumn riding to their reception at Frogmore.

https://us.hellomagazine.com/royalty...ding-photos/13
We also have to consider the fact that the wedding is on a Friday, and thus unlikely to go through a carriage ride that would require a lot of street closure like Meghan and Harry’s.
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Does Jack have any cousins who have children who could be in the wedding party?
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