Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, has reportedly declined the chance to see her niece-in-law Princess Eugenie of York get married.
According to an insider, the 71-year-old has refused to change her plans to see the nuptials – after already having committed to attend a school harvest festival.
The second royal wedding of 2018 was scheduled eight months ago, however it is thought the senior royal’s public engagement had been set up earlier.
The event is said to be taking place close to her Scottish home, Birkhall, located on the Balmoral Estate.
A source told The Sun that when the date October 12 was suggested, Camilla said “that regrettably she couldn’t come”.
The publication went on to report that Princess Eugenie and her parents had hoped she would change her mind.
However, it’s been claimed Camilla was determined to honour her original plan – even if it mean missing the young royal’s big day.
Express.co.uk has contacted Clarence House asking for comment.
With the 28-year-old being ninth in line to the throne, it’ll come as no surprise that a number of royal guests are expected at the nuptials next week.
Princess Eugenie is the youngest daughter of Prince Andrew, Duke of York, and Sarah Ferguson, both 58.
The royal has already confirmed that her sister, Princess Beatrice, 30, will be by her side as she takes on the role of Maid of Honour.
Through her father, the princess is the granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh.
And as well as these senior royals being expected to attend, Prince William, 36, and Prince Harry, 34, look set to see their cousin Princess Eugenie get married.
It’s likely the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, 36, and the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, 37, will also attend.
Prince William and Kate’s two eldest children, five-year-old Prince George and three-year-old Princess Charlotte, could also be there to mark the occasion.
The pair have already taken on the role three times before – including back in May, when their uncle Prince Harry married Meghan Markle.
According to reports, the royal and her groom-to-be have invited 850 guests to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, on Friday.
The bride and groom to be have also invited 1,200 people to take in the special day form the grounds of Windsor Castle – with ITV also televising the occasion.
ITV’s coverage of the Royal Wedding airs during This Morning on October 12 from 10.30am.