On 12 October at St George’s chapel at Windsor castle will host a wedding Princess Eugenie and businessman Jack Brooksbank. This is the second Grand Royal wedding this year – in may have tied the knot Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
BBC journalists have estimated how much it will cost the Royal ceremony and who will pay for it.
How much is the security
Princess of York and her fiancé invited to the wedding of 1200 people, so it is expected that spectators will not be less than during the wedding ceremony of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
The ceremony will be guarded by police forces: they set up the barriers, to attract search dogs on the streets to watch armed security forces and plainclothes.
Some publications suggest that the costs of protection can cost £ 2 million.
Britain is preparing for the wedding of Princess Eugenie
Add that to security for the wedding of Harry and Megan spent from 2 to 4 million pounds. At the same time to protection of the wedding ceremony of Prince William and Kate Middleton spent 6.35 million pounds.
Interestingly, these costs will fall on the shoulders of taxpayers. So, in the annual budget for the protection of the paragraph “grant for special events” and the money will go towards protecting the wedding ceremony of the Princess Eugenia, though she performs no Royal duties.
That pay for local government
In addition, the local budget will pay for some costs on the rent, waiters, maintenance of toilets and Parking.
At the wedding of the Duke and Duchess Sussexite these services cost more than 180 thousand pounds, of which about 73 thousand returned to the budget as payment for Parking, as well as contributions on media accreditation.
The cost of the Royal family
The Royal family pays for the ceremony, entertainment and outfits.
Recall, 28-year-old granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II was in a relationship with Jack Brooksbank for seven years, and in January of this year, the couple became engaged. As Harry and Megan, the bride Princess, she is ninth in line of succession to the throne.