Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are set to tie the knot on May 19 at St Georges Chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle. And, the couple are set to receive a pretty impressive gift from Queen Elizabeth.
But, what do you get the couple who have pretty much everything?
Instead of wedding gifts the couple have asked that donations be made to several organisations they would like to support, but The Queen is believed to have something else in mind.
The newlyweds will likely be gifted with their own stately home by the monarch.
Prince William and Kate Middleton were bestowed Anmer Hall after their wedding, so it is likely that she will do the same for Harry and Meghan.
As for which property they will receive, it’s thought that it could be York Cottage, located on the Queen’s Sandringhm Estate in Norfolk, according to News Corp.
York Cottage is on the Queen's Sandringham Estate.
And, it is in close proximity to Anmer Hall, meaning the families could spend plenty of time together.
‘If [Harry] gets a place in the country, he and Meghan might want to be nearer London and as such somewhere in the Home Counties might be preferable,’ Royal finance expert David McClure told News Corp.
‘But it might well depend on what land is available either from the Queen’s private estate.’