The (Un)Official Royal Wedding Guest List

By Ange Law
17th May 2018

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Coming back to you with life’s big issues today, I’m about to dive deep (once again) into the fickle little beautiful world surrounding the royal wedding. I know, I have a great job, don’t I? And if this is something you don’t really care about, think again. Because what happens when a Hollywood star marries an actual real-life prince? A star-studded wedding that I’d sell my left foot to attend. 

Here is your very unofficial guide to who’ll be walking the red carpet (surely there’ll be one) and who won’t be at the royal wedding on 19 May. You’re welcome. 

We’ll just leave this right here because we’re not even close to being over how cute it is.

Kate, Wills & The Whole Brood

Are you surprised? Wills has been confirmed as the best man and we’re thinking enough time has passed since Kate gave birth to little Louis for him to attend too. Meanwhile, George and Charlotte will be bringing almost too much cuteness and it’s rumoured they’ll be a flower girl and page boy. 

The Entire Suits Cast

Is it awkward if Patrick J. Adams (AKA Mike Ross) shows up at the wedding given the entire world has seen their steamy sex scenes? We say no. And while the entire cast might not be in attendance, they’ve got to account for at least four of the 600 guests, surely. Also, this:


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Queen Elizabeth & Prince Philip


Ed Sheeran

Because if Ed Sheeran doesn’t perform a couple of his banger ballads, is it really a wedding?

Millie Mackintosh

This one’s a throwback for all of the OG Made in Chelsea fans out there. Apparently (according to The Sun—ugh we know) Mills and Megs have been mates since 2016 and have even travelled together, AND had matching friendship bracelets once upon a time. 

All Five Spice Girls

Be still our beating heart—this one’s as good as confirmed and we’ll just go ahead and assume they’ll be performing at some point. 

Victoria & David Beckham

Even if the above is a total lie, we’d still bet money on these two making an appearance—they’re basically royalty.

Cool Guy Justin Trudeau

They may not be inviting the Obamas or their very own Theresa May, but we think they’ve dropped our mate Justin an invite because he’s just too good of a guy not to.


No, not that Fergie, we’re talking about Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York. This one is pure speculation and TBH, anything could happen but we’re thinking this wedding deserves the crazy fascinators Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie rocked at the last wedding. And they can’t invite them without controversial Fergie, right? 

Serena Williams

Meghan has been friends with Serena for years and she actually confirmed her invite recently on Good Morning America. She also mentioned that it coincides with the French Open so only time will tell whether she can make it. 

Elton John

Great mate to the late Princess Diana, we’re still not over his infamous rendition of ‘Candle in the Wind’ at her funeral in 1997, and rumour has it he’ll be bringing back all the feels for the wedding too. 

Priyanka Chopra

One of Meghan’s besties, this one is a sure thing. 

2,640 Members Of The Public

Harry and Meghan have invited a few civvies to the wedding too, because they need people to line the streets as they make their procession through Windsor. Think people from charities, local students, Windsor locals and members of St George’s Chapel, the Royal Households and Crown Estate. Our invite must have been lost in the mail. 

Chelsea Davy & Cressida Bonas

Word is that Harry still has a pretty good relationship with his two exes and while we’d love there to be controversy around their invites, it all sounds pretty chill.

If you need a royal wedding crash course before watching, read this.

Image credit: The Dissh

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