Lady Gabriella Windsor Is Set to Marry Thomas Kingston at the Same Church Where Meghan Markle Married Prince Harry

The couples will also almost share an anniversary

Updated 04/25/19

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Windsor, England, is once again the place to be this spring. Another royal wedding is set to take place at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding venue, St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. Lady Gabriella Windsor will marry her fiancé, Thomas Kingston, on May 18—almost a year to the day after Harry and Meghan's ceremony. (The Sussexes' first anniversary is May 19.) St. George's was also the site for Princess Eugenie's wedding to Jack Brooksbank last fall.

So who is this royal with a last name to match a castle? According to People, Lady Gabriella is the daughter of Prince Michael of Kent, one of the queen's first cousins, and she is currently 51st in line to the throne, at least until Baby Sussex arrives. Her reception will also take place at Frogmore House, where the Duke and Duchess of Sussex held their evening festivities, though Lady Gabriella's is said to be an afternoon affair.

“It will be a private wedding for family and friends,” a Buckingham Palace source told the magazine. The source added that there won't be anything like a carriage ride for the public to see.

It's unclear if Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip, Kate Middleton, Prince William, or Princesses Eugenie or Beatrice will attend. But you can likely count out Markle and Prince Harry, as they'll be at home with a newborn. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have recently moved into their new home, Frogmore Cottage, in the same town where they married last May. Now, the world is awaiting the birth of their first royal baby—which could happen locally, as well. Although the couple is keeping the birth plan details private, Markle did previously reveal that her due date is sometime this month.

If the soon-to-be new mom and dad don't make it to the wedding, we're guessing they'll send a great gift, though!

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