Will the seventh Duke of Westminster and his girlfriend Harriet Tomlinson be among VIP guests at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle?
It’s highly likely several members of the Grosvenor family will be invited to the High Society event of the year which takes place at Windsor Castle on May 19.
In keeping with protocol, there has been no official comment on behalf of the family whose ancestral seat is Eaton Hall near Chester.
But given the ties between the Grosvenors and Windsors it would be strange if they weren’t there to see Harry and Meghan tie the knot.
Several members of the Grosvenor family attended the nuptials of Prince William and Kate Middleton back in 2011.
And the seventh Duke of Westminster, Hugh Grosvenor, who turned 27 last month, seems close to the royal princes.
Prince Harry was among the 800 guests at his star-studded 21st birthday party held at Eaton Hall back in 2012 which boasted entertainment from hip-hop duo Rizzle Kicks and comedian Michael McIntyre.
And the duke, who inherited the title on the death of his father the sixth Duke of Westminster in August 2016, is godfather to Prince George. George's parents, William and Kate, visited Eaton Hall for the annual bonfire bash last November along with Princess Charlotte.
His mum, the Duchess of Westminster , is godmother to William as the late Princess Diana was godmother to her middle daughter Lady Edwina, who is married to TV presenter Dan Snow.
A Grosvenor spokeswoman said: “I’m afraid we are not in a position to say whether or not any members of the Grosvenor family have been invited.”
However, she added that Prince Harry and his future bride may choose to share the invitation list with the media at a future stage.