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As you probably already know, royal wedding customs have changed tremendously over the last century or so. The "rules," however, also vary from based on who — in particular ‚ is getting married. Take Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, for example: they broke a few so-called "traditional" rules. However, their wedding had far more required formalities than Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's wedding did, for example. So, if you didn't catch the live broadcast of the latest British extravaganza, here are the here's how Princess Eugenie's wedding broke royal traditions — some of them will probably come as a major surprise.
In case you haven't heard, Princess Eugenie isn't a working royal. According to The Sun, that essentially means that unlike Prince William and Prince Harry, she isn't responsible for carrying out public duties. This is because she's much farther down the line in snagging the royal throne than they are. So, she has less "required" traditions than they did. Between hosting an informal second-day party, having a maid of honor, and not having her wedding count as a "bank holiday," there are several ways which her wedding differed from other royal weddings. Check out the "rules" Eugenie broke, below — each and every one of them are actually super interesting.