Family friend to the soon-to-wed Royals, Sir Richard Branson was in Australia this week to launch Virgin Australia's new mid-air meditation collaboration with Smiling Mind by chartering the world's first meditation flight.
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. Part of the draw will be the chance to catch a glimpse of the queen and other royals, including William and his wife Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, and their two young children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
Mia Tindall, four, the daughter of Zara and Mike Tindall, will also be a bridesmaid, as will Maud Windsor, five, the goddaughter of Princess Eugenie and daughter of Lady Frederick Windsor and Lord Frederick Windsor.
Louis de Givenchy - the six-year-old son of JP Morgan banking executive Olivier de Givenchy and his wife Zoe - will join Prince George as a pageboy. 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.
Earlier this week, Eugenie posted a photo on Instagram of her and Beatrice as bridesmaids with the caption #tbt sisterly love.
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According to BBC News, 1,200 members of the public have been invited to the wedding at Windsor Castle.
Britain's top-selling Sun newspaper ran a front-page story on Wednesday with the headline "2m too much for Eugenie wedding", saying the event could have been held at a chapel near her childhood home.
Unlike other royal weddings, the day will not be broadcast on BBC, with ITV's This Morning instead taking over the coverage.
After the service, the couple will embark on an open-top carriage tour of Windsor, although shorter than the one Harry and Meghan, now the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, took when thousands lined the streets of the town.
The couple also singled out Jack's brother Tom and Princess Eugenie's sister Princess Beatrice, whom they credit with supporting their relationship.