Reports revealed that the Irwin family have been shortlisted to attend the royal wedding.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are set to exchange vows on May 19, 2018, at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle.
The couple has recently sent out invitations to their nuptials and the RSVP’s have been coming in one by one.
It has been previously reported that Prince Harry and Markle have included 600 guests to the list with only 200 of them invited to the private reception after the wedding.
As for the guests, two people from Australia have been personally requested by the soon-to-be newlyweds.
A source from the Palace shared that Terri and Bindi Irwin have been included in the shortlist to attend Prince Harry and Markle’s wedding this spring.
'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,’ continued the source.
It has been suggested by New Idea that Markle and Prince Harry very much liked the idea of sharing their big day with certain people who have contributed great leaps to the causes they believe in and support.
Prince Harry has been known to have a special interest in wildlife conservation, which is something the Irwins have been very passionate about.
The source claimed, '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.’
According to the insider, Prince Harry and Markle would love to have both the Irwins at their wedding, but things are still uncertain since there may be not enough space.
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