So your invitation got lost in the mail, but you still want to join in on the royal wedding festivities? Here's your chance: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding reception venue will be open to the public this summer, so you can pretend like you were there on May 19, dining on lemon elderflower cake and dancing the night away with Prince Louis and Priyanka Chopra.
According to Harper's Bazaar U.K., Frogmore House is opening its gardens to regular folk for just three days, June 5–7, with ticket proceeds benefitting a different charity each day. The first day's earnings will go to the National Gardens Scheme; the second's to SSAFA, the Armed Forces Charity; and the final day's to the Prisoners' Education Trust. Tickets to enter the gardens must be purchased directly through each organization's website, according to the official Frogmore House site, and will set you back just under $10 each; visitors will also be able to visit Frogmore House itself by purchasing another ticket in person once on the grounds.
The house, which is located on the grounds of Windsor Castle, was gifted to Queen Charlotte by her husband George III in 1792. Since then, per the royal family's website, Frogmore House served as an official residence for countless members of the family until the early 20th century, when it became primarily an entertaining space, filled with memorabilia and artifacts significant to the royals.
Most recently, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle took their dreamy engagement photos in the greenery-filled, marshy gardens, and revealed via their wedding invitations that their reception would take place at Frogmore House, following earlier reports claiming that they had been denied their request to hold the actual ceremony on the gorgeous grounds of the house. Hey, you win some, you lose some—even if you're a royal.