And everyone’s surprised…
The royal wedding is finally here, with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle set to wed at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, this weekend.
With an exciting run up and news updates from Prince Charles walking Meghan Markle down the aisle to Prince George and Princess Charlotte playing important roles, it’s set to be the wedding of the year.
And while the guest list has yet to be officially announced, it seems that getting an invite to the wedding and its luncheon reception at Windsor Castle is reserved for only a select 600.
From the Beckhams to the Clooneys, there are said to be some very famous faces in the pews.
But while the wedding is set to be a truly historic moment, it’s the royal after party at Frogmore House that everyone’s dying for an invite to.
The event – hosted by Prince Charles – is an exclusive celebration, set to be attended by just 200 close friends and family members, with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly opting for a Tiki theme.
We’re talking frozen strawberry sparklers, apache shooters and an ice luge.
And let’s not forget the wedding food, with the couple reported to be serving South African wagyu beef, and food trucks are scheduled to be serving up american sliders and ice creams into the night.
Basically the royal after party is set to be incredible – but only for a select few, with a lot of their guests apparently unable to attend. Even close friends of the couple are reported to have missed an invite.
The most surprising? Meghan’s former Suits co-stars.
Suits cast members from Jacinta Barrett and Patrick J. Adams to Sarah Rafferty and Rick Hoffman have been posting Instagrams of themselves in London this week, referencing the fact that they are ‘heading east for some special event’.
But while they will definitely be attending the royal wedding tomorrow, reports have emerged that the cast mates missed an invite to the after party, only invited to the royal wedding and luncheon reception.
Why? Well according to Us Weekly, the evening party symbolises the new life that Meghan will be entering when she marries Prince Harry, so it’s reserved for their new inner circle of friends.
Still, a royal wedding and lunch reception hosted by the Queen sounds more than enough for one day!