When it comes to hypothesizing (err, fantasizing…) over the royal wedding, it’s hard not to think about all the luxuries Prince Harry and his bride-to-be, Meghan Markle, will be treated to on their May 19 nuptials.

From what we can only imagine will be the best-of-the-best of British wedding dress couture for Meghan to Harry having his all-time favorite girl band, the Spice Girls, perform at their reception, this royal couple is stopping at nothing for their upcoming nuptials. But what we really want to know is what have the happy duo asked their nearest and dearest to give them on their wedding gift registry.

While it’s been reported that, like when Prince William and Kate Middleton were married, Prince Harry and his Duchess-to-be have asked well-wishers to spare them presents and instead donate to one of their seven selected charities, according to Grazia, there is a private gift registry doing the royal rounds.

It has been revealed by the Sunday Times that Harry and Meghan have a private gift list with Soho House, which has been shared with their closest friends and family. Below are some of the more expensive, as well as cheaper, items on the list:

  • A green mohair armchair — $4,479
  • A “cozy” emperor bed — $3,761
  • A vintage-esque brass oval bar cart — $2,333
  • Soho House cowshed bath and shower gel — $32
  • LED lightglobes — $23
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“When Prince Charles and Princess Diana got married they received more than 6,000 gifts from the public. Kate and William set up the charity list so the good will of the public could be put to good use,” a source revealed to the Times in 2011.

“But they’re also furnishing two homes. So certain guests will be told about the existence of the list.” We hope to one day see how Harry and Meghan fit out their multiple estates with their posh and stylish wedding gifts!

This post was written by Bella Brennan. It originally appeared on our sister site, Now to Love.

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