The Royal Pavilion is throwing its doors open to anyone called Harry or Meghan on Saturday with the offer of free entry to mark the royal wedding.
The offer, open to Haris and Megans of all spellings, is one of several events taking place in the city on Saturday.
The West Pier Arches shops and the i360 are screening the wedding on a giant screen on the new West Pier plaza, and Stanmer House is also putting up big screens for its royal tea party.
The city council says three residential city roads have applied for permission to close their street for a party – and one royalist household in High Croft Villas, above, is also getting into the wedding spirit.
The city councils culture lead Alan Robins said: “We wanted to celebrate the Royal Wedding by inviting all the other Harrys and Meghans to enjoy some royal splendour in Brighton and Hove.
“Whether you’re called Meghan or Harry with whatever spelling you prefer, you’ll be treated as a prince or a princess on the day.”
To take advantage of the Pavilion offer, newlywed namesakes can come along this Saturday with proof of their name. For the rest of us commoners, entry costs £11.70 for adults and £6.75 for children aged five to 15. The Pavilion is open at 9.30am and last admission 5pm.