The BBC has responded to claims that it has refused to televise Princess Eugenie's upcoming wedding ceremony to Jack Brooksbank in Windsor.
While royal followers had been in a position to watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's lavish – and tear-jerking – nuptials in full on the Beeb, solely information protection of Eugenie and Jack's huge day might be out there throughout their companies.
A spokesperson for the BBC confirmed to Cosmopolitan UK: "There might be information protection of the marriage throughout our companies."
Eugenie and Jack's wedding ceremony takes place on Friday, October 12 — surprisingly not on a weekend – so it is maybe truthful to imagine most individuals could be at work anyway.
The couple will marry in the exact same location because the Duke and Duchess of Sussex – St George's Chapel within the grounds of Windsor Castle.
The palace just lately confirmed that after the service, Eugenie and Jack – equally to Harry and Meghan – will undertake a brief carriage out of Windsor Castle and on to a part of the High Street.
Following the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's lead, they too have invited 1,200 members of the general public to observe their wedding ceremony in Windsor.
The Queen may also host a Reception at Windsor Castle for the newlyweds and company.
According to current studies by The Sunday Times, the pair will prolong their ceremony to the next Saturday, which can embrace a pageant with a fairground and afternoon tea.
Harry and Meghan's wedding ceremony was televised internationally and watched by an viewers of over a billion worldwide.