No one is immune to pre-wedding jitters, even the people running the royal family’s official social media accounts. As first noticed by BuzzFeed, the official “Royal Family” Twitter account referred to Princess Eugenie's fiancé, Jack Brooksbank, as “Mr. Jacksbrook” in a Thursday morning message.
“Princess Eugenie and Mr. Jacksbrook have invited people from the charities they support into the grounds of Windsor Castle tomorrow—to help celebrate their wedding day,” the tweet read. The message was apparently deleted about an hour later to fix the typo, and the tweet was later reposted with Brooksbank’s correct name. Eagle-eyed royal watchers, though, were quick to screenshot and preserve the error for all of eternity.
The couple will be married tomorrow afternoon at St. George Chapel in Windsor Castle, which you might recall is the same location as Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s nuptials earlier this year.
While we’ll all soon be privy to the glory of the latest royal wedding—if you want to watch it live, it’ll air on TLC—many details about Princess Eugenie and Brooksbank’s wedding have already been confirmed. Over 800 guests have been invited to the ceremony, which is significantly larger than what we witnessed with Markle and Prince Harry. Following the ceremony, the couple will attend a customary lunchtime reception with the queen at Windsor Castle, with an evening, black-tie reception then taking place at the bride's family home, Royal Lodge in Windsor. "The plan is for a marquee to be set up in the grounds and dancing late into the night," a source told Vanity Fair.
Second royal wedding of 2018, here we come!