When Kate Middleton and Prince William tied the knot six years ago, the British public was given a bonus bank holiday.
So will it be the same this time round for Prince Harry? Err, no. Sorry everyone.
Harry popped the question in London earlier this month, and the Royal Family said it was “delighted to announce” the news.
But it is up to the government, not the royals, to decide whether to give Britons the day off - and it's a flat no from Theresa May's team unfortunately.
There are several factors to be considered when it comes to approving an additional bank holiday.
While an extra one-off bank holiday was added for William and Kate's nuptials, he is a future king.
Harry is now only fifth in line to the throne.
Other royals have had bank holidays for their weddings - Princess Anne's nuptials generated one back in November 1973.
But there had been claims Chancellor Philip Hammond would have to downgrade his growth forecasts if people were given an extra day off. Not ideal.
The Prime Minister's official spokesman said: "There are no plans for a bank holiday.
"There isn't a precedent in this area. There was no bank holiday for Prince Andrew's wedding in 1986 or Prince Edward's in 1999."
Asked if Downing Street had ruled out a bank holiday completely, he added: "There aren't any plans for one. There are no plans to have a bank holiday."
Ultimately, we will have to wait a bit longer to find out - the wedding isn't until May 2018.
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