In a lavish ceremony, Princess Eugenie will marry Mr Jack Brooksbank at 11am today.
The nuptials will take place at St George’s chapel in Windsor, the same venue as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle used.
Royal fans can expect a serving of familiar Royal faces and A-list celebrities as the Princess is set to walk down the aisle.
Some 800 guests have been invited to the extravagant wedding and includes both senior Royals and A-list celebrities.
How does Eugenie earn money?
It’s no secret that the British Royals are doing well for themselves.
The Royal family’s combined net worth is estimated to be around £66.4 billion.
And Princess Eugenie, who is ninth in line to the throne has a personal net worth of about £3.6 million according to Town & Country.
Most of the money is thought to have come to Eugenie via her grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II as well as the Queen Mother who was rumoured to have put a good amount of her wealth into trust funds for her children before she passed away in 2002.
However, not all of Eugenie’s money comes from the Royal family.
The Princess actually has a day job.
What does Eugenie do for work?
Princess Eugenie works at London art gallery Hauser & Wirth as an associate director.
She graduated from Newcastle University in 2013 with degrees in art history and English literature.
Before she started at Hauser & Wirth, the Queen’s granddaughter worked for auction house Paddle8 in New York for two years.
When Princess Eugenie tie the knot with Jack Brooksbank today the pair will share their money.
What is Jack Brooksbank’s net worth?
Because Jack Brooksbank is a private citizen, his net worth is not publicly known.
However, Mr Brooksbank is thought to be well off.
Brooksbank has held a variety of service-related jobs, doing everything from bartending to serving food to managing the nightclub Mahiki.
Eugenie’s upcoming husband has also said he want to operate a franchise.
He said: “I want to create a chain of pubs. It has been my dream since I was 18.
“I have fond memories of Sunday roasts in pubs with log fires, and it’s something I want to recreate.
“I love pubs and often go to my local for a pint.”