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Princess Eugenie takes center stage at palace garden party in chic navy dress with 'Love' hat

Rodolfo Vieira
Jun 01, 2018
07:57 A.M.
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Princess Eugenie attended a garden party at Buckingham Palace on Thursday wearing a hat with the word 'love' in it.

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The 28-year-old appeared at the gathering wearing a beautiful navy ensemble with matching heels. Her grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, and cousin, Prince William, were at the party as well.

It isn't certain, but Eugenie's hat seemed to indicate her excitement regarding her upcoming wedding. In February, her father, Prince Andrew, announced on Twitter that she would be marryingJack Brooksbank on October 12, 2018.

The couple is currently working on their nuptials and the venue has already been chosen: St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. Although the ceremony might not be as anticipated as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding, it will still be a special occasion.

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Princess Eugenie and Brooksbank have been together for seven years and became engaged during a trip to Nicaragua in January of 2018. The bride-to-be received a stunning pink sapphire engagement ring, which she showed off during a BBC 1 interview.

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The 28-year-old shared that, even though they had been together for so long, she was still surprised when her boyfriend proposed to her, and that she couldn't be happier for being able to marry the love of her life.

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The Princess met Brooksbank at Verbier's ski resort, in Switzerland, while she was still attending the Newcastle University. They were introduced by some friends and have gone back to the resort a couple of times on vacations.

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It is yet unknown whether Brooksbank will receive a royal title following his marriage to Prince Eugenie, but it is believed that he will not, considering that Princess Eugenie and her sister, Princess Beatrice, are not included in the royal circular or even the royal's charity database.

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