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Who’s Mr Jacksbrook? Royal family spells Eugenie’s groom’s name WRONG in a tweet on the eve of their wedding (before swiftly deleting it)
- Royal family referred to ‘Mr Jacksbrook’ in a tweet about tomorrow’s wedding
- The hilarious typo appears to be an amalgamation of Jack and Brooksbank
- Tweet was deleted after around 40 minutes, but not before fans spotted it
- The tweet was part of an announcement about the couple’s wedding guests
The royal family’s official Twitter account has sparked hilarity by accidentally referring to Princess Eugenie’s fiancé as ‘Mr Jacksbrook’.
The typo, which appears to be an amalgamation of Jack and Brooksbank, appeared in a tweet sharing details about the couple’s wedding on Friday.
Posted shortly after midday, it read: ‘Princess Eugenie and Mr. Jacksbrook have invited people from the charities they support into the grounds of Windsor Castle tomorow – to help celebrate their wedding day’.
According to BuzzFeed News, it took around 40 minutes for the tweet to be deleted and then reissued with the correct spelling.
Who’s Mr Jacksbrook? This typo, which appears to be an amalgamation of Jack and Brooksbank, appeared in a tweet sharing details about the couple’s wedding on Friday
Some 850 guests, including the Queen, Prince Charles and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, will attend the hour-long service inside St George’s Chapel when Eugenie and Jack (pictured in 2016) tie the knot tomorrow
But eagle-eyed fans had already spotted the typo, with one amused follower tweeting: ‘I believe “Bank Jacksbrook” is his super secret spy name.’
Another penned: ‘Mr Jacksbrook? Er… close!’ while a third wrote: ‘Think they mean Jack Brooksbank. Close enough.’
The tweet was part of an announcement about the representatives from 13 charities who have been invited to Windsor Castle tomorrow to share in the couple’s celebrations.
A further 850 guests, including the Queen, Prince Charles and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, will attend the hour-long service inside St George’s Chapel.
Despite the royal family deleting the tweet, eagle-eyed fans had already spotted the typo, with one amused follower tweeting: ‘I believe “Bank Jacksbrook” is his super secret spy name’
Princess Eugenie and her fiancé Jack will marry at St George’s Chapel at 11am next Friday, followed by a 15-minute carriage procession down part of Windsor High Street
Photos taken today reveal the extensive preparations being carried out ahead of the high-profile event, with police dog handlers sweeping the streets and local officials erecting crowd control barriers in anticipation of the influx of visitors tomorrow.
Following the lead of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who married at St George’s Chapel in May, Eugenie and Jack invited members of the public to apply to join the celebrations in the grounds of Windsor Castle.
They sifted through the roughly 10,000 applications and sent out 1,200 invitations to deserving charity workers, community leaders, Royal Household staff and pupils from Princess Eugenie’s former schools.
Making the announcement on the Duke of York Twitter page, a spokesperson said: ‘The Wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank takes place tomorrow!
A rundown of how Princess Eugenie and her partner Jack’s wedding on Friday 12th October will unfold, following the 11am ceremony at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle
FROM POP ROYALTY TO THE REAL THING: WHO’S WHO IN EUGENIE AND JACK’S BRIDAL PARTY
Details of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s wedding party have been unveiled ahead of the October 12th ceremony at Windsor Castle…
The groom’s brother, Thomas Brooksbank
Maid of Honour
The bride’s sister, Princess Beatrice
Princess Charlotte, three, daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
Savannah Phillips, seven, and Isla Phillips, six, daughters of Peter and Autumn Phillips
Mia Tindall, four, daughter of Zara and Mike Tindall
Maud Windsor, five, daughter of Lord and Lady Frederick Windsor – and the bride’s goddaughter
Theodora Williams, six, daughter of Robbie Williams and his wife Ayda Field
Prince George, five, son of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
Louis de Givenchy, six, son of Olivier and Zoe De Givenchy
Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor, 14, daughter of Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex
James, Viscount Severn, 10, son of Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex
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Royal family tweets about 'Mr Jacksbrook'