If you haven’t yet received your invitation to Prince William and Kate Middleton‘s April 29 wedding, then here you go.
The invitations were sent from the office of the Lord Chamberlain – the man who oversees the task of getting them to the right people, on Wednesday and Thursday.
Prince William’s office issued a statement saying it would not disclose details of individual guests, but said about 1,000 guests will be the family and friends of the prince, his bride and their parents.
Around 80 guests will come from charities which William supports, including African wildlife charity Tusk, and Centrepoint, which helps young homeless people.
Thirty members of the armed forces, likely William’s colleagues from his Royal Air Force search-and-rescue unit, will also attend.
Former roommates of William and Kate, young entrepreneur Guy Pelly and television reporter Tom Bradby – who conducted the only interview with the couple following their engagement – could also receive an invitation.
Guests are requested to wear military attire, tailcoats or business suits to the April 29th wedding, which will be held at 11:00 a.m. at Westminster Abbey.