Prince Andrew and Princess Eugenie
BBC reportedly refused to air Princess Eugenie's royal wedding despite Prince Andrew's demands. Pictured: Prince Andrew and Princess Eugenie attend a gala pre-wedding dinner held at the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park on April 28, 2011 in London. Getty Images/Chris Jackson

Prince Andrew reportedly wanted Princess Eugenie's royal wedding to be a huge event and televised nationwide.

The Duchess and Duke of York's youngest daughter is the next royal bride to walk down the aisle. And Prince Andrew reportedly wanted the ceremony to be televised just like Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's nuptials.

According to Katie Hind, a journalist for Daily Mail, the duke attempted to strike a deal with BBC to air the event. But the network refused to broadcast the upcoming royal wedding because they felt that not enough people would watch it.

Prince Andrew reportedly approached BBC because they have a special relationship with the Buckingham Palace. The network's refusal left the palace disappointed because at the end of the day, it's still a royal wedding where the senior members of the royal family are expected to attend. However, the network doesn't want to take the risk. Netizens were also not convinced that there were 100,000 people who wanted to witness the event as announced by the palace.

Hind added that Sky also would not air Princess Eugenie's royal wedding as the channel "is also running no more than snippets throughout the day as part of its rolling news coverage." However, there is still hope as ITV might be willing to take the opportunity to air Princess Eugenie's royal wedding.

"It is understood that Prince Andrew feels his daughter should enjoy the same big day spotlight as Harry and Meghan, and the lack of interest by TV companies will come as a huge disappointment," Hind wrote.

Meanwhile, it was reported earlier that Princess Eugenie 's royal wedding would be officially bigger than the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's. In fact, Princess Eugenie invited more guests than the church can accommodate. In addition, it would be a two-day celebration with a festival and funfair themed party.

Prince Andrew has been a defender and supportive father to Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie. In fact, the Duke of York reportedly asked the Queen to have his daughters employed as full-time working royals just like Prince William and Prince Harry, so they will be paid from the public purse.

Unfortunately, Queen Elizabeth II reportedly denied Prince Andrew's requests. In addition, the monarch withdrew the $638,447-a-year, taxpayer-funded, 24-hour police protection for Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie to cut monarchy costs.

Sarah Ferguson's husband was reportedly furious because he felt that his girls were being forgotten while Prince Charles' sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, took center stage.