A year after Meghan and Harry, there's another royal wedding happening in Windsor this Saturday 1 week ago

A year after Meghan and Harry, there's another royal wedding happening in Windsor this Saturday

It's hard to believe but it's almost a year to the day since Meghan Markle officially joined the royal family.

She and Prince Harry tied the knot in Windsor on Saturday 19 May with millions of eyes from across the world on them.

Now St George's Chapel will be the setting for another royal wedding.

Lady Gabriella Windsor will marry her partner Thomas Kingston on Saturday.

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Gabriella is the daughter of Prince Michael of Kent, the Queen's first cousin.

Known as Ella to her friends and family, she is currently 52nd in line to the throne.

She works for branding platform Branding Latin America in London and has also written for publications including The London Magazine.

Gabriella and financial analyst Thomas have been together since 2015 and announced their engagement last September.

Thomas has moved in the same circles as the royal family for years and was once even rumoured to be seeing Pippa Middleton.

Pippa is expected to be a guest at the wedding with her husband James Matthews.

Also due to attend is the Queen, as are Gabriella's friends and distant cousins Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie.

Gabriella's brother Lord Frederick will also be there.

Lady Gabriella Windsor, Lord Frederick Windsor, Sophie Winkleman, Prince Michael of Kent and Princess Michael of Kent at Buckingham Palace.

He is married to actress Sophie Winkleman, sister of Strictly presenter Claudia Winkleman, and their daughter Maud is a classmate of Prince George at school.

Though Gabriella and Thomas were at Meghan and Harry's wedding last year, it's unlikely the Sussexes will attend on Saturday given that they've just become parents.

Prince William and Kate Middleton probably won't be there either. As president of the FA, William will be at the FA Cup final in Wembley on Saturday.