Just months after Prince Harry and Meaghan Markle tied the knot in Windsor, England, another member of the British royal family will be tying the knot in a similar fashion. Not only will Princess Eugenie and fiancé Jack Brooksbank be married at St. George's Chapel (that's the very same venue Harry and Meghan chose!), but they will also exit in the same way. According to Town and Country, the palace confirmed the mode of transport—a horse-drawn carriage—for the post-ceremony processional.
Also like Harry and Meghan, the bride and groom have invited 1,200 members of the public to witness the celebration, People reports. But instead of mailing back your typical response card, residents are asked to apply via the royal website. Lucky attendees will get to witness the bride arriving to and entering the church, and then they'll see her once again, this time exiting on the arm of her new husband for the journey down High Street and back through to Windsor Castle. And though the exact carriage model hasn't been revealed, if it's anything like the one that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex rode off in, expect it to be a memorable exit.
The romance of the day will be matched by some cuteness, too. According to InStyle, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, who served as page boy and bridesmaid for both Harry and Meghan's and Pippa Middleton's weddings, will be part of the royal wedding party.
With so much overlap between the two weddings already planned, there's one thing left to wonder: Will Eugenie and Jack's photographer capture an iconic shot of the couple as they pass under the bridge, just like one pro did for Harry and Meghan? Only time will tell.