Princess Eugenie
Princess Eugenie's royal wedding will be bigger than Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's. Pictured: Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank attend the Serpentine Summer Party 2018 at The Serpentine Gallery on June 19, 2018 in London. Getty Images/Tim P. Whitby

Princess Eugenie's upcoming royal wedding will be bigger than Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's ceremony earlier this year.

According to Sarah Oliver, a journalist for Daily Mail, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson's daughter is keen to match the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's fairytale wedding by inviting more guests. Princess Eugenie reportedly invited over 850 guests so extra chairs will be brought into the chapel to accommodate everyone as it has an 800-guest capacity only. Prince Harry and Markle only invited 600 guests when they exchanged "I do's."

Just like Prince Harry and Markle, Princess Eugenie will have a carriage procession. They will also have the traditional wedding breakfast attended by all the guests hosted by the Queen and Duke of York. In the evening, select 400 guests will join the party at the Royal Lodge in Windsor Great Park.

Prince Philip and Ferguson are reportedly avoiding each other as the former has not forgiven the latter yet following her toegate scandal. There are rumors that their rift may cause a family friction at the event especially that the Duke of Edinburgh is reportedly keen to attend his granddaughter's big day.

"He absolutely adores Eugenie. He can't stand up for very long, which makes church services hard work, and he can't stand Fergie, but he wants to see Eugenie married and, if he is fit enough to be there, he will be there," a royal insider said. "It won't be easy. Philip and Sarah will be in relatively close proximity to each other and Sarah’s very nervous about it. People have been giving her some friendly advice. As long as she doesn’t go over the top on the day, it should all be fine."

In related news, Richard Fitzwilliams advised the bride to pick an ideal wedding dress. Princess Eugenie's fashion is not as highly-appreciated compared to Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle. Thus, she needs to pick up the right one following her fashion blunder at the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's royal wedding in 2011.

"There are members of the royal family who are style icons but this could not be said of Eugenie who has not distinguished herself in the sartorial stakes so far," Fitzwilliams said. "I think she will choose a delightful wedding dress and the wedding itself will be charming… Memories of Beatrice and Eugenie's outfits at William and Kate's wedding do die hard, so Eugenie must make sure she chooses the ideal wedding dress on her big day."

Princess Eugenie will marry Jack Brooksbank on Oct. 12 at St.George's Chapel in Windsor Castle.