Royal fans were delighted with not one but two royal weddings taking place in 2018 at St George's Chapel in Windsor. Now, Buckingham Palace has confirmed that yet another happy couple will be tying the knot in Windsor this spring.
Lady Gabriella Windsor and her fiancé Thomas Kingston are set to wed in the Spring of 2019 with Buckingham Palace revealing that the pair will be have the ceremony at St George's Chapel in Windsor.
The venue is the very same one used by Meghan and Prince Harry, as well as Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank in 2018.
The upcoming wedding is set to be "very different" from the two held last year, with the royal nuptials reportedly not being televised. A royal source has also confirmed that the wedding would be for friends and family only.
The wedding being private and non-televised is very different from the public marriages of the Harry and Meghan, and Eugenie and Jack. Both couples in 2018 had their weddings televised for millions of fans across the globe to watch.
Although it has been confirmed the wedding will happen in Spring, a specific date has yet to be set.
After the ceremony in the chapel, guests will reportedly continue the celebrations at a reception at Frogmore House.
A Buckingham Palace spokeswoman has confirmed the venue stating that Frogmore has "personal resonance" for the couple.
It is assumed that she is referring to Lady Gabriella spending many Christmas holidays at Windsor and that her grandparents, the late Duke and Duchess of Kent, being buried at Frogmore.
Although it is unlikely that there will be any carriage procession or that members of the public will be invited into the grounds of the chapel, it is expected that high profile members of the royal family will attend the wedding.