In case you've been living under a mossy rock for the past few weeks, you'll be aware that this weekend there's the small matter of a Royal Wedding taking place.
As bunting begins to fill the streets and the nation gears up for another key moment in the history of our monarchy, we thought it would only be right to offer you a little information on this most royal of events.
So without, further ado - here's all you need to know about the Royal Wedding 2018.
The bride and groom
This is an obvious one, but the groom is none other than our very own Prince Harry and the beautiful bride to be is American star of the screen, Meghan Markle. It’s a UK and US love story that transcends the pond in the truest sense.
The best man
The Duke of Cambridge will act as best man for his younger brother, Harry.
Prince William will deliver his speech at the reception and be in charge of the rings.
William, president of the Football Association, is missing the mighty FA Cup final in favour of the celebrations.
The Bridesmaids and pageboys
Ms Markle’s crew of wedding helpers are all children, with Prince George and Princess Charlotte likely to be among them.
There isn't going to be a maid of honour as Ms Markle did not want to choose just one person from her tight-knit group of friends.
Time, date and location
The congregation will begin to arrive from 9.30am (Saturday 19th May 2018) and the Royals from 11.20am. The service starts at noon, and the newlyweds will emerge from the chapel at 1pm.
The ceremony will take place at Windsor’s illustrious St George’s Chapel, with some 1,200 specially selected members of the public including charity and community heroes attending the grounds of the castle from 9am to picnic and watch the Royal couple arrive, and leave for their carriage procession.
Both William and Harry will arrive at the West Steps, walking past the droves of spectators invited into the Lower Ward, while greeting representatives from the groom’s charities.
If you're craving more details about the day's running order, the precise order of service will be announced on the morning of the wedding.
Naturally, the Royal Wedding will be televised so you can sit in the comfort of your home and enjoy the festivities with a refreshing mid-morning Pimms or a good old-fashioned cup of English breakfast tea.
The BCC will present live coverage of the event presented by Kirsty Young, Huw Edwards, and Dermot O’Leary, while Julie Etchingham and Phillip Schofield will head ITV’s coverage. Former Gogglebox star Scarlett Moffatt will be the Royal correspondent for BBC Radio 1.
Sky News is also showcasing the proceedings in ultra-high definition (UHD), fronted by Kay Burley from a special studio on Windsor's Long Walk.
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