Poor Princess Eugenie! Royal wedding starts on a sour note

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This morning, for the wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank, the Duchess of Sussex opted for a custom-made Givenchy ensemble by Clare Waight Keller.

The Duchess of Sussex has certainly been working hard to flawless her curtsy, if the recent photographs from Princess Eugenie's wedding are anything to go by.

Speaking to "Entertainment Tonight", the insider added: "She also realises how important Harry's role is as the New Commonwealth Youth Ambassador and wants to support him".

Eugenie exchanged vows with Brooksbank wearing an open-back, long-sleeve Peter Pilotto gown with her hair in a very Meghan Markle-like loose chignon created by hairstylist Sonny-Jo MacFarlane.

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After taking her seat with Prince Harry in St George's Chapel, she showed off her jaw-dropping jewellery by Pippa Small.

According to the worldwide publication's sources, Meghan and Harry are trying to have a baby and they are not going to stop at one.

Back at the Trooping the Colour ceremony in June, Meghan understandably seemed a little nervous as she waited for the moment to give her curtsy - since she could be seen asking her husband Prince Harry to "say when" as they stood on the balcony at Buckingham Palace. For example, while Meghan and Harry's wedding had 600 guests, Eugenie is slated to have around 850 attending tomorrow and the party will be spread over two whole days while the wedding in may was just one.

The night before the nuptials, Eugenie gushed about her maid of honor in a televised interview where she discussed her wedding. By trying to rival her wedding people think she's trying to make herself for of a public star.

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