Is Meghan Markle, Prince Harry's Wedding Competing Against Princess Eugenie, Jack Brooksbank?

Princess Eugenie is engaged to Jack Brooksbank. More royal wedding hysteria

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank announced their engagement on the heels of Prince Harry's proposal to Meghan Markle and it sounds like they are going to have to now wait even longer till they swap "I do's".

Princess Eugenie and Brooksbank got engaged after seven years of dating and seem laid back when it comes to their romance. Prince Harry and his American fiancée Meghan Markle will marry at the same chapel in May. It sounds like the ladies will get along, despite Princess Eugenie's close friendship with Prince Harry's ex-girlfriend, Cressida Bonas (she introduced the former couple).

'There is talk of a number of foreign tours for Prince Harry and Miss Markle this year, and September is a date that has been mooted.

Whereas Brooksbanks, who is described as "a really lovely, very kind, down-to-earth man", is quite the jokester. "He is the first to laugh with you and not at you, and he is a practical joker, in a good way!"

In their first interview together, following their engagement, the pair revealed that they were enjoying a "cozy night" roasting chicken when the royal popped the question.

"As a matter of fact, I could barely let you finish proposing".

Britain's Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas attend England's Six Nations worldwide rugby union match against Wales at Twickenham in London March 9, 2014.

We also revealed where you can buy a copy of her engagement ring for £32.99.

For their engagement photos, the couple plumped for a more down-to-earth option in the form of Press Association photographer Jonathan Brady rather than a Hollywood-style shoot like Harry and Meghan.

The Duke said: "I'm just completely overjoyed for them and wish them every happiness", while Sarah issued a series of tweets and in one echoed Andrew's words, writing "total joy".

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