Where and when to watch Princess Eugenie & Jack Brooksbank’s wedding in Australia

Get your jam and scones at the ready, your royal wedding viewing party is guaranteed to be a cracker.
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There’s less than 10 days to go until Princess Eugenie’s royal wedding to Jack Brooksbank on Friday October 12, and we couldn’t be more excited.

But before the festivities begin, there are many questions on our minds: Which famous guests will be in attendance? What will Eugenie’s dress look like? What will Beatrice’s dress (and headdress!) look like?

But most importantly, we’ve got the answers on exactly where and when we can watch the entire affair take place from down under.

Much to our delight, Channel 7 have confirmed they will be the only Australian broadcaster with access to ITV’s exclusive live coverage of the ceremony from inside St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, in Windsor.

That means you can watch the entire day unfold from the comfort of your couch!

Royal fans are getting excited for the second big royal wedding of the year between Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank.

Whether you’re planning a British-themed viewer party with tea and scones, or opting to watch the event on your own, there are some important times to take note of.

Invited guests will be arriving at Eugenie’s wedding from 8:30am London time, with the service and carriage ride expected to unfold in the hours following.

Factoring in daylight savings and using some trusty calculations, we’ve worked out exactly what time you can expect to see each part of the exciting event from Australia.

Along with tuning into Channel 7’s live coverage, be sure to keep hitting refresh on Now to Love, as we’ll be providing updates on all the moments and showcasing the amazing wedding fashion as it happens!

Keep scrolling to see how your Friday evening will pan out.

6:30pm AEDT: Guests start to arrive

As per Harry and Meghan’s wedding in May, guests started to arrive more than two hours before the ceremony began. Now is the time to pour your first glass of bubbles and settle in (perhaps start heating up the sausage rolls at this point too!).

8pm-:30pm AEDT: Most of the guests will be settling into their seats

By now, it’s likely we’ll have seen Eugenie’s famous family make their entrances – Beatrice, Sarah Fergusen, Wills and Kate, Harry and Meghan, and an array of other exciting guests expected to attend (Ellie Goulding and the Beckhams, to name a few).

We can already imagine the highly detailed discussions we’ll be having on the fashion from the day!

The Beckhams, who attended Meghan and Harry’s nuptials back in May, are among the celebrities expected to attend Princess Eugenie’s big day.

9pm AEDT: The bride arrives, and the ceremony commences

It’s time for the main event! The wedding ceremony is due to kick off 11am London time, which means 9pm AEDT is your golden window. Get comfortable and top up the bubbles because it’s all kicking off.

10pm AEDT: Ceremony ends and the carriage procession begins

Princess Eugenie and her new husband Jack Brooksbank will make their way out of the chapel and follow a similar, albeit shorter, route to Harry and Meghan’s grand procession around the streets of Windsor.

Now is the time to practice your royal wave, even if it is only at the TV.

Eugenie and Jack will ride a carriage around the streets of Windsor following the ceremony, much like Harry and Meghan did.

10:30pm AEDT: Procession ends and the Queen’s reception begins

We’ll get one last glimpse of the newlyweds before they head into the Queen’s reception at around 10:30pm AEDT. But don’t fret, there’ll still be plenty of things to come.

We’re expecting at least one other dress to be donned by the bride (not unlike the stunning Stella McCartney number Meghan stepped out in following her own wedding ceremony). Not to mention all the official royal photographs, which are guaranteed to capture all the royals (and their outfits) in full glory.

We’ll be keeping you up to date right through the festivities. Stay tuned!

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