The royal wedding will take place on May 19 2018, but will Sarah Ferguson, 58, sit with her ex husband Prince Andrew, 58, for the ceremony at St. George’s Chapel?
An insider has revealed exclusively to Express.co.uk whether they will sit next to one another at the royal event.
The speculation comes amid news Sarah and Prince Andrew could remarry following the birth of Kate Middleton’s third royal baby last month.
It means Prince Andrew – now seventh in line to the throne – is not restricted by royal marriage law.
It is known the divorced couple are unusually close considering their situation, and still live together at the Royal Lodge.
But will they put on a united front at the ceremony? Both are invited to the nuptials at St. George’s Chapel, where Meghan Markle, 36, and Prince Harry, 33, will tie the knot.
However, it has emerged that they will not sit together, according to a palace insider.
Instead, the Duchess of York will sit with her daughters. “Sarah is planning to sit beside her daughters,” the source confirmed.
“I believe Sarah will not be beside Prince Andrew but on the other side to him.”
It would seem Meghan and Harry have been spared the question of where to sit Sarah at the evening wedding reception, however.
It seems Meghan is following in Kate’s footsteps by choosing not to use a makeup artist on her special day.
As royal fans will know, the Duchess of Cambridge did not have her makeup done professionally on her wedding day to Prince William, 35, in 2011.
She did her makeup herself for the wedding, which was a state occasion – after taking lessons from makeup artist Arabella Preston.
However, unlike Kate, Meghan does have some help at hand on the day of her nuptials.
She has chosen to ask a pair of close friends to do her makeup for her.
“She’s got two friends doing it for her from America. They’re not professionals – just close friends of hers,” the insider revealed to Express.co.uk exclusively.