She’s not happy at all…

The Royal Wedding isn’t far off – and we’re feeling extremely excited for the upcoming nuptials. However there’s one wedding guest who’s not feeling quite as thrilled about the event.

Sarah Ferguson, Prince Andrew’s ex wife, has been invited to the wedding. However, she’s been left off the guest list for the evening reception. And according to royal correspondent Rebecca English, the Duchess of York is very unhappy about the “snub.”

Sarah, 58, received an invite to the ceremony at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle. 250 guests will be present at the private reception at Frogmore House, which is being paid for by Prince Charles.

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Sarah’s ex Prince Andrew and daughters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie are all invited to the evening reception.

A royal insider told the Daily Mail, “Numbers are limited to the evening party, she is not a member of the Royal Family any more and Prince Charles simply doesn’t have time for her.

“He just can’t see why she is still such a big part of his brother’s life.”

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The Duchess of York  is said to be ‘deeply unhappy’ to have not received an invite to the couple’s second, private evening reception.

This isn’t the first time Sarah’s been snubbed from the guest list. She wasn’t invited to Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding in 2011 at Westminster Abbey. The Duchess avoided the coverage of the celebration, spending the week in Thailand instead.

Harry and Meghan’s wedding will take place on Saturday 19th May – here’s hoping the sunshine sticks around for the big day!

It’s thought that members of The Royal Family will begin to arrive just after 11am. Those who are staying at Windsor will be on foot, and others will arrive by car. The ceremony will being at 12pm. 

After the service, Harry and Meghan will do a carriage procession one hour later, where they will meet with well-wishers around Windsor Town.