The Duchess of Cambridge has arranged an 'informal tea party' for those friends and family who didn't make it onto the 60-strong guest list for Prince George's christening.
Slightly awkward, right?
Rumoured guests include the couple's university friends from St Andrews, William's former colleagues from the RAF Search and Rescue team in Anglesey, and family members who weren't invited to the ceremony, like Sophie Countess of Wessex and Princess Anne.
The news comes just days after insiders suggest Kate and William had upset the royal family by choosing non-royal godparents for Prince George.
The third in line to the throne will be christened at St Jame's Palace tomorrow (23 October) in a completely private and low-key ceremony.
There will be photographer on stand-by, but they will only capture the arrivals. An official photograph of the Queen with her three royal heirs - Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince George - will be released at a later date.
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