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Old 01-19-2016, 09:19 PM
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Maybe Beatrice won't marry as Princess Beatrice, Mrs Dave Clark, just doesn't have the same ring as Princess Beatrice of York.

Just kidding, of course. I think she will marry at St George's, but I think Eugenie will go for something more avant garde, like Lady Sarah Chatto did, or not even a church at all, although her grandmother might not be too keen on that idea.
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Old 01-19-2016, 09:38 PM
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I really can't imagine either of the York girls marrying without having their family in attendance and that (as been noted before), includes the big cheeses of the British Royal Family and regardless of where they marry, the security will have to be top notch. Although Verbier would be coming full circle for Eugenie, if HM is still alive, she'd want her grandmother in attendance but it could be a possibility for a Swiss wedding if Charles is king (depending on how close she really is with her uncle).

With Harry, the security issue remains the same no matter where he marries and as popular as he is, people are going to be very disappointed if it isn't a full blown publicized wedding although I don't see it on the same scale as William's with foreign dignitaries and heads of state. William's wasn't a full state wedding but very close to it and I think Harry's will resemble it but on a lesser scale.

For all we know, by the time the York girls marry, Charles will be king and they'll opt for a destination wedding such as one on Necker Island and it'll be totally private and off limits to the public and the press.

We'll just have to wait and see what happens.
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Old 01-19-2016, 09:50 PM
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I really can't imagine either of the York girls marrying without having their family in attendance and that (as been noted before), includes the big cheeses of the British Royal Family and regardless of where they marry, the security will have to be top notch. Although Verbier would be coming full circle for Eugenie, if HM is still alive, she'd want her grandmother in attendance but it could be a possibility for a Swiss wedding if Charles is king (depending on how close she really is with her uncle).

With Harry, the security issue remains the same no matter where he marries and as popular as he is, people are going to be very disappointed if it isn't a full blown publicized wedding although I don't see it on the same scale as William's with foreign dignitaries and heads of state. William's wasn't a full state wedding but very close to it and I think Harry's will resemble it but on a lesser scale.

For all we know, by the time the York girls marry, Charles will be king and they'll opt for a destination wedding such as one on Necker Island and it'll be totally private and off limits to the public and the press.

We'll just have to wait and see what happens.
Have the Yorks been to Necker since Dave quit working for Branson?
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Old 01-19-2016, 10:27 PM
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Have the Yorks been to Necker since Dave quit working for Branson?
I really don't have a clue on that one but I think they're still friends with the Branson offspring. Necker Island was just an example of a possible destination wedding venue.
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Old 03-21-2016, 09:42 PM
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Everyone just look at Princess Alexandra's wedding. Just take out the older foreign royals and put in younger ones and deposed young royals. Also instead of dignitaries and politicians put in celebrities. Now you have Beatrice's wedding. I think it will be at Westminster or St. George's.
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Old 03-21-2016, 10:03 PM
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Yes, I think there will be plenty of celebrities present at both girls' weddings. They, and their mother, just move in those circles.
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Old 03-21-2016, 10:32 PM
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Do you believe either Beatrice or Eugenie would like a Spring wedding with either the wedding day being in April or May?
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Old 03-21-2016, 10:45 PM
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They may very well marry in the Spring. With English weather being what it is, balmy July or flaming August could be chosen and you could still get a downpour! There's just a bit more of the chance of showers if you wed earlier in the year I think.
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Old 03-22-2016, 12:15 AM
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Neither of them seem very inclined to marry at all, so far ....


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Old 03-22-2016, 12:19 AM
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Don't think we will hear about an engagement this year this is granny's year !i think the Yorks would like a bit of attention so will wait till there's no big birthdays or babies


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Old 03-22-2016, 12:32 AM
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They are 27 and 25, there is certainly no rush for them to marry.
So far Will is the only cousin to marry before his thirties. Zara was 30 and Peter 31 when they married. Harry will certainly be a few years into his 30's considering he isn't even seriously dating.
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Old 03-22-2016, 08:34 AM
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Very few people marry in their early or mid twenties these days, even if they have been dating for many years. I see the same with the York Princesses. My guess is that they will marry somewhere around being 28-29 years of age, if the relationships go still strong that is.

I don't imagine international royalty being represented at their weddings. But the two girls seem to be well acquainted with some continental aristos, they have attended weddings in Germany eg. So there would probably be many interesting guests to watch.
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Old 03-22-2016, 09:43 AM
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I would like to see one or the other of them take the plunge in the next twelve months. There's nothing nicer than a royal wedding, the gown, tiara, bridesmaids, venue, the guests, all wonderful to talk about.
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Old 03-22-2016, 11:26 AM
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Princess Charlotte would probably be a cute bridesmaid in a few years.
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Old 03-22-2016, 12:56 PM
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Charlotte would make a lovely bridesmaid when she's about three or four. Perhaps she can be one for Harry and his bride? I don't think little Grace Cutsem was much older than four when she was an attendant at William and Kate's wedding.
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Old 03-22-2016, 01:00 PM
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All depends are her personality and maturity level. Not all children that age are up to that. I see George as part of either/both Harry's or the Yorks weddings though.
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Old 03-22-2016, 01:19 PM
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Between the children of her older cousins and even first cousin James there are plenty of options for flower girls and page boys.


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Old 03-22-2016, 01:21 PM
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Grace and Camilla's granddaughter Eliza were both 3 at the wedding. Louise and Margarita were 7 and 8. The page boys were 10 and 8.

Grace was already a practiced flower girl. She had served as flower girl at the wedding of Lady Katie Percy. She looks to have been a flower girl at an earlier wedding based on photos but I cant find whose.

But yes, it is all depends on the maturity/attitude. Some 3/4 year olds couldn't handle it, especially a big royal wedding.

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Between the children of her older cousins and even first cousin James there are plenty of options for flower girls and page boys.
Yes, it would be cute to see one of Peter's daughters. Or if they were to use George, pairing him with Mia as they are close in age.
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Old 03-22-2016, 01:25 PM
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Everyone just look at Princess Alexandra's wedding. Just take out the older foreign royals and put in younger ones and deposed young royals. Also instead of dignitaries and politicians put in celebrities. Now you have Beatrice's wedding. I think it will be at Westminster or St. George's.
We rarely see the Yorks at foreign royal events. We seldom or never see them socializing with foreign royals. It would surprise me to see foreign royal guests at their wedding. Note that in comparison to foreign royal weddings, the festivities and even the wedding itself of the Cambridges were spectacularly unspectacular. There were no grand jewels, no gala events. Royals were transported in stickered vans from a van-hire company. If even the Cambridges were not that wowza, I expect little. The -already broken- wedding of Lady Melissa Percy with Mr Van Straubenzee had more grandeur and jaw-dropping settings than the so-called Wedding Of The Year which seem forgotten again.
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Old 03-22-2016, 02:21 PM
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Grace and Camilla's granddaughter Eliza were both 3 at the wedding. Louise and Margarita were 7 and 8. The page boys were 10 and 8.

Grace was already a practiced flower girl. She had served as flower girl at the wedding of Lady Katie Percy. She looks to have been a flower girl at an earlier wedding based on photos but I cant find whose.

But yes, it is all depends on the maturity/attitude. Some 3/4 year olds couldn't handle it, especially a big royal wedding.



Yes, it would be cute to see one of Peter's daughters. Or if they were to use George, pairing him with Mia as they are close in age.

The littlest ones for the Cambridges wedding didn't sit through the service . They went up the aisle and then were taken behind the scenes. They rejoin the exit processional right at the end. Only the older bridesmaids and page boys sat through the service upfront next to Pippa. Maybe William remembered his only poor page boy behavior in the Abbey several years earlier for Uncle Andrew.


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