Prince Andrew says Princess Eugenie will have more guests at her wedding

 Calling his future son-in-law an “extraordinary young man with one of the kindest hearts I know”, the Duke said: “It’s wonderful watching them interact together.”I have huge hopes and I’m sure they will be massively in love for the rest of their lives.”Your Royal Appointment: Sign up to the Telegraph’s new newsletter for all the latest Royal family news here Prince Andrew has said that Princess Eugenie will enjoy a more star-studded reception at her wedding today than the Duke and Duchess of Sussex did at theirs.Early to arrive at the second royal wedding of the year were Cara Delevingne, Kate Moss and Robbie Williams – with scores more A-listers expected to attend.The Prince said that Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank have “so many friends”. “It will not be the same as the previous one that was held in May,” he said of the wedding. “It’s not a public wedding, this is meant to be a family wedding.”There will be a few more people than most people have. “There are a few more than Harry had but that’s just the nature of Eugenie and Jack: they’ve got so many friends and they need a church of that size to fit them all in.”He told ITV he had not prepared his father-of-the-bride speech, saying: “I don’t write speeches, why should I write this one?” “It doesn’t make any difference who you are, all the approvals go through the Queen anyway,” he said. “The Queen very firmly said St George’s is where you’re having the wedding so I said aye aye mam, turn to the right, salute and carry on.”We hope for good weather, we don’t know – whatever happens in October.” His role would be “very small”, he added, saying: “I just have to walk slowly.””I think preparations are reasonably on course. i’m not what I would describe as intimately involved in the planning.”The idea to marry at St George’s Chapel came directly from the Queen, the Duke said.  read more

Heres What Happened Today Monday

first_imgUpdated at 11.15pmNEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of today’s news…Former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern — amongst the mourners today at the funeral of Edward Haughey [Brian Lawless/PA Wire] Ukrainian sailors leave the Konstantin Olshansky navy ship in the bay of Donuzlav, Crimea [Pavel Golovkin/AP/PA Images]WORLD#PLANE: Malaysia’s Prime Minister said he could confirm Flight MH370 went down in the Indian Ocean, west of Perth.#CRIMEA: Ukraine ordered its outnumbered troops out of the Crimea region (above).#WASHINGTON: 108 people are still missing after a mudslide near Seattle.INNOVATIONTurks are still finding ways to Tweet, despite a controversial ban [BBC]And eight-year-old Kelly McCabe won the Doodle 4 Google contestPARTING SHOTOver half a million euro sounds a little pricey for a camera, right?Especially a camera from 1971…The Hasselblad 500 sold at auction over the weekend had a unique selling point however. It had been to the moon and back. [Yahoo News][Image: Galerie Westlicht]First posted at 9.05pm Gerry Adams again insisted he played no part in Jean McConville’s murder Edward Haughey was laid to restA woman died in a crash on the N6A massive radio conference took placeThere was “disgust” over a dog abuser’s court sentenceThe IMO claimed whistleblowers were being gaggedDublin councillors voted ‘yay‘ for a mayor plebisciteAnd Cork councillors voted to honour Michael D HigginsAnd there was an appeal for 1,000 shaggy sheep… It emerged the man who raped two children in Athlone is appealing his sentenceThe Taoiseach refused to answer questions on the Callinan controversySentencing was delayed in the case of a mother who killed her sonA student who suffered a head injury playing rugby was awarded €2.75m [RTE]€50,000 of khat was seized in Corklast_img read more