An invitation to the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has to be one of the most coveted of the year. But so far, little has been revealed about who his 600 guests will be at Windsor.
The May 19 wedding is a private occasion, not a state one, paid for by the royal family. This means that political leaders do not have to be invited, so Harry and Meghan can pack the Chapel of St. George with close friends and family.
Many of the faces will be familiar, including the royalty of the United Kingdom, celebrities and actors. But others will be less known, including Markle's family and people who have become friends with the couple through their charitable work.
Here's the best CNN conjecture about who could be on the guest list.
Guests of Prince Harry  The royal family will be among the most observed guests on the day. Harry's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, will be accompanied by Prince Philip, who recently underwent a hip operation.
There will also be Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. The occasion may bring some memories: a wedding blessing was held in the Chapel of St. George after its civil marriage ceremony in 2005.
It is not yet known if Prince William will act as the best man, a role that Harry He met his brother at their wedding in 2011. He and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, are expected to welcome a new addition to the family this month. Will your newborn be the youngest guest at the wedding? Your older children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, can be part of a cute guy on the page and a florist for the couple.
Harry's uncle, Prince Andrew, will surely be there, but there is a question mark about his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson, known as Fergie, who was not invited to Prince William's wedding. Their daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, are expected to marry their fiancé Jack Brooksbank in St. George's Chapel on October 12, to attend.
It is also likely that relatives of his deceased mother, the side of the Diana family, are present. They include his uncle, Earl Charles Spencer, and Diana's two sisters, Lady Sarah McCorquodale and Baroness Jane Fellowes.
Harry is not expected to invite European royalty as William did in 2011, when he and Kate packed Westminster Abbey with some 1,900 guests.
But a royal member who will surely be there is Prince Seeiso of Lesotho. He and Harry founded the charity Sentebale together more than a decade ago to help some of the most vulnerable children in Lesotho and Botswana.
Other friends of Harry will also be a part of the guest list.
Among his and Prince William's closest companions are James Meade, Thomas van Straubenzee, Tom Inskip and Guy Pelly, owner of a nightclub. Over the years, they have been photographed at parties in London and around the world.
Harry can also invite comrades from his days in the army, including at the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst and in Afghanistan. One of them is the singer James Blunt, with whom Harry served in the British army.
British soul singer Joss Stone is an old friend and probably a guest. She is an ambbadador for Harry's charity Sentebale and has participated in charity events in the past, including a 2016 concert at Kensington Palace.
In addition to the celebrity count, Harry could invite British model and actress Cara Delevingne, who reportedly has been a good friend for years.
Another Sentebale ambbadador who may well have received an invitation is Argentine polo player Ignacio "Nacho" Figueras. Figueras, who is also the author and the global face of Polo Ralph Lauren, has played in several Sentebale charity matches with Prince Harry around the world.
Prince Harry could well invite two of his ex: Chelsy Davy, his on-off girlfriend of several years since 2004, and the aristocratic actress and model Cressida Bonas, his girlfriend from 2012 to 2014.
The singer Ellie Goulding, whom Harry was also rumored to be leaving in a moment, has been named in the media as another possible guest. Goulding performed at the night reception of William and Kate at Buckingham Palace, including the song of their first dance , he told Vanity Fair.
It is possible that the singer Sir Elton John also makes an appearance. He was a friend of Diana and made a rewritten version of his song "Candle in the Wind" at his funeral in 1997. He was invited to the wedding of William and Kate 14 years later.
Celebrity couple David and Victoria Beckham were also at the wedding of William and Kate, and could attract an invitation to the big day of Harry and Meghan as well. When asked by James Corden about "The Late Late Show," Victoria stumbled upon an answer before saying, "I do not know."
Guests of Meghan Markle
Markle's family is less used to the spotlight than her fiancée. Her mother Doria Ragland, whom Meghan has said is very close, is expected to attend the ceremony. Like her father, Thomas Markle Sr.
Her parents met in a Hollywood studio in the late 1970s where she worked as a lighting director and she was a temperature. They separated when Meghan was young, but she told Vanity Fair last year that they stayed on good terms as she grew up and even took vacations together as a family.
Meghan included her mother in a list of 10 women who had changed her life for Glamor magazine last year, when she described Ragland as a free spirit and nurturer. "We can have a lot of fun together, and even then, I will still find so much comfort in their support, that duality coexists in the same way as in a best friend," he wrote.
The bride has several close friends who have probably received one of the precious golden invitations.
One of them is the Canadian stylist Jessica Mulroney, a lifelong friend of Markle who, according to Vanity Fair, is helping her plan the big event and can also be chosen as her godmother of honor.
Markle's friend from her days studying at Northwestern The university, Lindsay Roth, is another likely guest, especially since Markle was her maid of honor, according to People magazine. Roth told the magazine last year: "We are the kind of friends that can be 3,000 miles away and still be talking or thinking the same thing, and even texting at the same distance at the same time."  The British and American press rumored that another friend, the fashion designer born in Bahrain, London, Misha Nonoo, was the matchmaker who brought together Harry and Meghan on their first date. According to reports, she and Markle have traveled together in the past and Meghan wore a shirt from her collection in her first public appearance with Harry at the Invictus Games last year.
Other media rumors point to Markus Anderson, a consultant at the Soho House Group, which has private member clubs around the world, who made the all-important presentation between his good friend Meghan and Harry.
Tennis superstar Serena Williams has been a great friend of Meghan for several years. "Her personality simply shines," Williams told Vanity Fair a cover story about Markle last year, adding that the actress had asked her for advice on how to deal with aspects of life in the limelight.
Of course, long before I met her Prince, Meghan gained fame as an actress, playing ambitious paralegal Rachel Zane on the hit television series "Suits," and she has good friends from the long-form show that may well be on the block. wedding.
Among them is Patrick J. Adams, who plays his love interest Mike Ross on the show. After the engagement was announced last November, Adams posted a moving message on Instagram.
Other friends and former co-stars who can share the big day include Abigail Spencer, Sarah Rafferty, Gina Torres, Amanda Schull and Gabriel Macht. When asked why Harry was attracted to Markle, Spencer told Vanity Fair: "He has a warm elegance, although his style is hard to pin down, it's elegant and timeless, when you're talking to him, you feel like you're the only person on the planet, and it's wonderful to see her so in love. "
Another possible guest is the actress Janina Gavankar, perhaps best known for her roles in "True Blood" or "The Vampire Diaries." According to an article by Markle last year, his Instagram account now deleted, have been friends for more than 15 years. The Indian actress and Unicef Goodwill Ambbadador, Priyanka Chopra, has not known Markle for a long time, but the couple's Instagram posts have fun and suggest they can make the guest list.
British media reports that British heiress and former "Made in Chelsea" star Millie Mackintosh has also become a good friend of Markle while she was based in London.
Markle also posted photos on Instagram of his meeting with French fashion designer Roland Mouret. It has been speculated that he could be involved in the design of his wedding dress, something that would undoubtedly win him an invitation to the do.
Of course, we now know some of those who will not come, including US President Donald Trump, Barack and Michelle Obama and UK Prime Minister Theresa May. But surely there will be surprises when the guests arrive.