With just days to go until the wedding of the year, the RSVPs are in but there's one special guest who will be flying in from across the pond.
15 year-old Canadian student Faith Dickinson, is set to attend the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle along with six other "incredible young people" who have received a Diana Award. This award established in 2017 celebrates the late Princess Diana's legacy and is granted to young individuals who have" inspired and mobilised new generations to service their community".
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Faith is the founder of Cuddles for Cancer, a non-profit organisation that makes handmade fleece blankets to cancer patients after seeing her aunt shivering with cold during her stage 4 cancer treatments. She now also makes blankets for soldiers suffering from PTSD, a cause close to former soldier Harry's heart.
She had the opportunity to meet the royal groom-to-be and Prince William at a ceremony last year.
When she was given her exclusive invitation, Faith admits that she was blown away, according to People.
"[Diana Award CEO] Tessy Ojo called me and told me the news. She told me through email that we were going to catch up about Cuddles for Cancer, but when she told me about the wedding and it was a total surprise."
We're pretty jealous, hopefully there's still time for us to score an invite!
Listen to William and Harry speak about their mother's legacy below.