Princess Eugenie, Jack Brooksbank
Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's wedding is being dubbed as pricey even though she's not a working royal. Pictured: Princess Eugenie, Brooksbank attends the wedding of Pippa Middleton and James Matthews at St Mark's Church in Englefield, west of London, on May 20, 2017. Getty Images/Justin Tallis/AFP

Princess Eugenie was recently criticized for her lavish wedding.

Chris Williamson, a member of Parliament, rhetorically asked who Princess Eugenie is since she’s not a working royal but her wedding to Jack Brooksbank will be even bigger than Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s nuptials.

“Who’s heard of Princess Eugenie anyway? She carries out no royal functions, no useful purpose to the public sphere and yet we’re having to spend this kind of money. There is no need to have such glamorous events. [It is] unacceptable,” he told Sky News (via Town & Country).

Last month, reports also revealed that the cost for the security before and during the royal event will be shouldered by the British.

“Costs for security will be shared by individual police forces and the local council but all other costs for the wedding will be met privately,” a spokesperson for the palace said.

Additionally, Republic, an anti-monarchist campaign group, has called no public funding of Princess Eugenie and Brooksbank’s nuptials.

“The estimated $2,5 million for security is just the tip of the royal wedding iceberg. This money could be better spent and the government should act now in the interest of taxpayers and public services by calling for spending to be limited. The Royals have shown time and time again that they can’t keep their royal wedding spending in check. Republic is calling on the government to publish a report of all costs to taxpayers so we know exactly how our money is being spent… I wish Eugenie and Jack all the best on their special day, but a debate about taxpayer funding of the minor royal is long overdue,” the spokesperson said.

Princess Eugenie and Brooksbank will tie the knot on Oct. 19 at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. They have invited a total of 800 guests to their nuptials. The royal couple will also have two wedding receptions. The first one will be held at St. George’s Hall and a more intimate gathering will take place at the Royal Lodge.