When it comes to the House Of Windsor, even the slightest action from the Queen and her family members can make the news. According to METRO News, there is an issue with the two upcoming weddings. Princess Eugenie and her fiance Jack Brooksbank had planned on a September wedding.

The nuptials will now take place in October instead because of a conflict with royal diaries. It seems the schedules of Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and others associated with Buckingham Palace have resulted in the couple delaying their marriage vows by an entire month.

This would not be a big deal for commoners, but the blue bloods are always under a microscope.

Prince Harry out ranks cousin Eugenie

The upcoming nuptials of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are to take place in May. On Monday it was announced that Princess Eugenie and her fiancee Jack Brooksbank are engaged and will say their vows in the fall. Today it is being stated that the daughter of Prince Andrew and Fergie had initially wanted to get married in September. This was confirmed by Brooksbank's 91-year-old grandmother Joanna Newton who spoke to the "Daily Mail."

Prince Harry is fifth in line to the royal throne, and cousin Eugenie is eighth, so naturally, he outranks her. The duties that he and Meghan have to perform once they are man and wife will be deemed important, and they must show good faith in keeping them.

For this reason, it's to be expected that the daughter of Prince Andrew and Fergie would have to take a back seat.

2018 will be eventful for the House of Windsor

It looks like 2018 is shaping up to be pretty eventful for the royal family. Two announcements of engagements and two weddings being planned, along with William and Kate expecting a third child is pretty exciting.

The House of Windsor will certainly have their hands full.

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank probably do not mind pushing their wedding date back a month, as they are accustomed to the protocol of Buckingham Palace. It's the rest of the world that enjoys sensationalizing everything the Queen and her family do and say.

William and Kate's baby is expected to arrive in April, and they are said to be considering a home birth.

This will have them out of the spotlight in May when Harry and Meghan walk down the aisle. By October all focus should be on Princess Eugenie and her big day should go off without a hitch. Even so, there will probably be a lot of breaking news to blast about the royals between now and then so stay tuned.