Even if you didn't land an invite to the royal wedding (we feel your pain), you can still contribute to the big day in a charitable way—Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have asked for donations to seven different organizations instead of wedding gifts. But, to take things one step further if you're still on the hunt for a last-minute present that seems up to royal par, wedding guests can also select picks from the couple's super secret wedding registry. Because even royal newlyweds could use a new sheet set.
Roya Nikkhah, a royal reporter, dished to The Sunday Times that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle privately registered for their wedding at Soho House, a members-only club and hotel chain aimed at creatives that spans major cities in Europe and North America (sounds fitting for the future royal newlyweds). While the duo is seemingly requesting some run-of-the-mill newlywed staples, a few of their registry picks err on the more original side (unsurprising since these two aren't your average royals).
"Beds, bathrobes, but also quirky things like energy-efficient light bulbs and martini shakers and champagne glasses," Nikkhah told Entertainment Tonight. "There's a real range. We don't know exactly what's on the list—we can just look at the Soho House to get ideas of what might be on there."
Soho House holds sentimental ties for the couple, so it's incredibly wedding-appropriate that they chose to register with the company. The pair reportedly met at the London branch of the exclusive club for their noteworthy (but still rather elusive) first date. Markle also frequents the Soho Farmhouse in Oxfordshire, which is believed to be the venue of her ultra low-key bachelorette party.
According to Nikkhah, Soho House also doubles as a "lifestyle brand of contemporary, cool, chic clubs for the creative industries," making it further registry-approved. "We know Meghan was a brand ambassador for Soho House group before she started dating Harry," says Nikkhah. "Her best friend, Marcus Anderson, works with the group, so I think that's the ethos [and] style we're going to see from them going forward."
New parents Prince William and Kate Middleton seem to be setting the tone for Markle and Prince Harry wedding gift–wise—Will and Kate requested charitable donations, but Nikkhah reports that they also opted for a low-key wedding registry for their 2011 nuptials that friends and family could choose from. But despite Markle and Harry's undisclosed wedding gift requests, Queen Elizabeth and Rihanna have a few other royal-worthy presents in mind for the soon-to-be-married couple...