According to The Daily Mail, Princess Eugenie and Brooksbank have invited 250 more guests than Meghan and Harry did, bringing their total up to 850.
A source told the Sunday newspaper: "The wedding itself is going to be huge and they are hoping quite a few of the people they've invited won't be able to come because of the capacity issue".
Daily Mail reports that Shephard has calculated the cost of Eugenue's 1200-guest wedding based on an analysis of 170,000 previous nuptials.
The couple have also followed in Harry and Meghan's footsteps by inviting 1,200 members of the public to celebrate the big day.
The Princess, who carries out no royal duties, has been slammed for the wedding's size and huge cost to the taxpayer because of additional security measures in Windsor.
But the royals are not holding back on celebrations for their second big wedding of 2018.
Italy and France far-right leaders slam Brussels ‘bunker’
She argued the European Union had become "totalitarian" and operated against the interests of the citizens it represents. Salvini heads the League party, one of the two major parties supporting the government of Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte.
On October 12, Queen Elizabeth II will host a post-wedding lunch before the Duke and Duchess of York throw a black-tie reception at Royal Lodge in Windsor.
According to United Kingdom publication, The Sunday Times, Armstrong-Jones is also organising a "festival and funfair" themed party in the grounds of the Royal Lodge, which will include "dodgems and funfair rides, coconut shies, lots of food stalls, loads of cocktails, bloody Marys for the hangovers and a festival vibe". Apparently George and Amal Clooney, and David and Victoria Beckham are all invited, which really does make this feel like part two of one large, year-long royal celebration.
"He absolutely adores Eugenie". Philip and Sarah will be in relatively close proximity to each other and Sarah's very nervous about it.
The chapel only holds 800 people, so staff will need to rearrange the seating to accommodate all the Princess' friends and family, according to the Mirror.
The ceremony will take place on live TV, before the married couple go all-out with an open-top carriage procession through Windsor.
A court terme, le calendrier reste incertain: la concertation "nous amène déjà en avril-mai", reconnaît le Haut commissaire. Le président s'est engagé à maintenir l'âge actuel de 62 ans comme base de départ.
The area could also see an increased risk of tornadoes on Thursday. "If you can secure it, I would", Austin said. Smith said it was the first time she could remember the fair closing for a full day in 35 years.
Judge Kavanaugh and Mr Trump have both denied the allegations against them. "They don't have any facts", she had said. Melania Trump says her husband's politics are hurting her attempts to partner with aid organizations.
Thanks to a poor winter and long-term drought, New Mexico's largest reservoir, Elephant Butte, is now at 3.2 percent capacity. While the U.S.is on target to meet the previous goal, the United Nations is still stressing that more action is needed.
Il a toutefois appelé les autorités saoudiennes à "prouver" que Jamal Khashoggi a bien quitté le consulat comme elles l'affirment. Sur les images, le journaliste apparaît, entrant dans le consulat à 13h14 tandis qu'un van noir est visible, garé à proximité.
Antonio Brown is being sued after almost harming a toddler by throwing large furniture out his 14th story window in Florida. The following day, police again returned to the complex after Brown said someone had stolen his black Rolls-Royce.
The results mean 16 to 24-year-olds are the most sober in recent history, consuming considerably less alcohol than their parents. Researchers found young people in England aren't just drinking less alcohol, more are never taking up drinking at all.
A business providing a public service has a legal duty to do so without discrimination based on race, gender, faith and sexuality. Daniel began, "Well, I want to start by thanking God".
Dow Jones industrials sink 700 points as bond yields rise
Many stock-market observers pin the start of the current bull market, the longest since World War II, at March 9, 2009. The 10-year Treasury yield rose to 3.22 percent from 3.20 percent late Tuesday after earlier touching 3.24 percent.