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After Two Years Of Denial The Duchess Of York Gives A Green Signal To Princess Eugenie’s Engagement

March 25, 2018
First published on:January 23, 2018
by David Cole

Princess Eugenie & Jack Brooksbank are engaged early this month in Nicaragua. The pair has been dating for seven years will be marring in due date at Windsor Palace.

 

“The Duke and Duchess of York are delighted to announce the engagement of Princess Eugenie to Mr. Jack Brooksbank.”

[ CAPTION: Princess Eugenie & Jack Brooksbank with engagement ring ][ SOURCE: Twitter ]

The Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson's daughter Princess Eugenie and her prince will be walking down the aisle at Windsor Castle breaking the trend, similarly to her cousin, Prince Harry & Meghan Markle will be getting married at the Buckingham Palace.

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[ CAPTION: Princess Eugenie & Jack Brooksbank engagement tweet ]
[ SOURCE: Twitter ]

The Royal engagement was announced on Twitter. In the tweet snap, Mr. Jack Brooksbank gives a cozy hug to recently engaged Princess Eugenie with a delightful smile. The couple came to know each other through friends in the Swiss Ski resort of Verbier when Eugenie attended the Newcastle University. They began dating each other in 2010.


[ CAPTION: Princess Eugenie & Jack Brooksbank ]
[ SOURCE: Twitter ]

The couple is really serious in their relation. In 2013 when Eugenie left London, the duo managed their endured long separation via Skype.

2016 was really a tough year when Duchess of the York denied the report of Princess Eugenie's possible marriage to her long-term lover Mr. Jack Brooksbank. Further, Duchess of York spokesman added the statement “The story of the wedding is absolutely not true.”






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