Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have sent out the invitations to their wedding and the RSVP’s are already coming in.
The couple are set to tie the knot on May 19 at St Georges Chapel on the ground of Windsor Castle in the UK, and it turns out that there could be two special guests from Down Under at the wedding.
'Terri and Bindi Irwin have been shortlisted to attend the royal wedding in May at Harry and Meghan's request,' says a Palace source.
'Harry has long been an admirer of their conservation work and has always wanted to meet them, and believes this could be a good chance to reach out to them.’
Meghan and Harry would like to share their special day with individuals who have made significant contributions to the causes that are close to their hearts.
Both Harry and the Irwin’s have a passion for wildlife conservation, so they are the perfect choice.
'Meghan and Harry have reserved a certain number of seats for people who've given a lot to charity and philanthropic causes, and Terri and Bindi have been placed on the shortlist for two of these invites,’ reveals the source.
'They would love to have them both there - it's just a case of whether there's enough room.'
This article originally appeared on New Idea.