Beaming Princess Eugenie arrives in Windsor with her fiancé Jack Brooksbank on eve of her wedding
Princess Eugenie was pictured today beaming as she drove into Windsor on the eve of her wedding.
The royal was driven to the gates of Windsor castle in a navy 4x4 driven by her fiancé Jack Brooksbank.
Sarah, Duchess of York, Prince Andrew and Princess Beatrice were also pictured arriving for the wedding.
It came as preparations built up in Windsor ahead of the big day.
Bunting has been put up and crowd control measures are in place for the couple's marriage.
However there are reports of rain showers that could slightly dampen tomorrow's events.
Debbie Barnes, 46, and her mother Pat Shaw, 72, who travelled from Boston, said they had always been "huge fans" of the royal family and did not want to miss the big day.
Mrs Barnes said they had wanted to come for Harry and Meghan's wedding but thought it would be too crowded to see anything.
Mrs Shaw said: "Ever since I was a little girl I always dreamed of being a princess or a queen and living in a wonderful castle - I still do and I'm 72.
"I just love the royal family. I think they're great - I think the Queen is remarkable the way she evolved and changed and adapted."
Her daughter added: "I did a semester abroad in London when I was in college and I lived in Kensington - across the street from Princess Diana.
"I used to wait by her driveway just to see her go past."
She said she had been to Viscount Linley's wedding in 1993 and that the whole family had flown over for the Queen's 90th birthday celebrations.
Also present was Mrs Barnes' daughter, Emma Barnes, 17, and father Joe Shaw, 75.
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