It's hard to believe it's almost been a year since Meghan Markle, the actress formerly best known for Suits, married Prince Harry in that stunning Givenchy dress and became the Duchess of Sussex. And now, while the world is anxiously awaiting the arrival of the couple's first baby, we've learned that the site of the couple's evening reception will soon be open to the public.
That's right, Frogmore House—not to be confused with the Sussex's new home, Frogmore Cottage on the same Windsor Castle grounds—and its surrounding gardens will be open for a limited time to raise money for charity, People reports. On each of the three days from May 28 to 30, individuals can purchase tickets (that cost less than $10) to view the house and the grounds in support of the National Garden Scheme, the British Heart Foundation, and the National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society. (Group tours for 15 or more can also be scheduled at other times.)
This seems like a perfect opportunity to throw on something akin to Markle's white Stella McCartney halter dress and an aquamarine ring and play princess for a day right? Though we're guessing you won't have access to the sexy Aston-Martin that Harry used to drive the couple to Frogmore House for their evening party.
The estate is gorgeous and a favorite of the queen. “It has the most amazing mulberry walk, where we would pick mulberries for Prince Philip‘s mulberry gin,” a former palace staffer told People. “And when the Queen is there on a Sunday afternoon, it is a five-minute walk up the hill for tea with Granny. It is gorgeous.”
Who knows, maybe you'll even be lucky enough to spot the duke and duchess in town in Windsor or around the grounds. Their new home is just 10 minutes from the larger Frogmore House.