List of wedding guests of Prince William and Catherine Middleton
- 1 Relatives of the groom
- 2 Relatives of the bride
- 3 Foreign royalty
- 4 Commonwealth governors-general
- 5 Politicians and diplomats
- 6 British armed forces
- 7 Religious figures
- 8 Friends of Prince William and Catherine Middleton
- 9 Celebrities and other notable guests
- 10 Maids of Honour and Bridesmaids, Best Man and Page Boys
- 11 Notable people who declined their invitations
- 12 Invitation withdrawn
- 13 See also
- 14 Notes
- 15 References
- 16 External links
Relatives of the groom
House of Windsor
- The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, the groom's father and stepmother
- The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh, the groom's grandparents
- The Princess Royal and VAdm Sir Timothy Laurence, the groom's aunt and uncle
- The Duke of York, the groom's uncle
- The Earl and Countess of Wessex, the groom's uncle and aunt
- Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon's family:
- Viscount and Viscountess Linley the groom's first cousin, once removed and his wife
- Lady Sarah Chatto and Daniel Chatto the groom's first cousin, once removed and her husband
Other descendants of the Prince's great-great-grandfather King George V and their families:
- The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester the groom's first cousin, twice removed and his wife
- The Duke and Duchess of Kent the groom's first cousin, twice removed and his wife
- Earl and Countess of St Andrews the groom's second cousin, once removed and his wife
- Lady Helen Taylor and Timothy Taylor the groom's second cousin, once removed and her husband
- Lord and Lady Nicholas Windsor the groom's second cousin, once removed and his wife
- Princess Alexandra, The Honourable Lady Ogilvy, the groom's godmother and first cousin, twice removed
- Prince and Princess Michael of Kent the groom's first cousin, twice removed and his wife
Other descendants of Queen Victoria
Other descendants of the prince's great-great-great-great-grandmother Queen Victoria and their families. As is common in royalty, there has been slight intermingling of families. Where possible, the closest family title has been noted (first cousin on grandfather's side, instead of third cousin on grandmother's side, etc.):
- The Lady Saltoun the widow of the groom's late second cousin, thrice removed
- The Countess Mountbatten of Burma (also the granddaughter of the prince's great-great grandfather Prince Louis of Battenberg) the groom's first cousin, twice removed on Prince Philip's side
- Lady Pamela Hicks (also the granddaughter of the prince's great-great grandfather Prince Louis of Battenberg) the groom's first cousin, twice removed on Prince Philip's side
- Lady Sarah McCorquodale and Neil McCorquodale the groom's aunt and uncle
- Emily McCorquodale the groom's cousin
- George McCorquodale the groom's cousin
- Celia McCorquodale the groom's cousin
- The Lady and Lord Fellowes the groom's aunt and uncle
- Laura Pettman the groom's cousin
- Alexander Fellowes the groom's cousin
- Eleanor Fellowes the groom's cousin
- The Earl Spencer and Miss Karen Gordon the groom's uncle and his fiancée
- Lady Anne Wake-Walker  the groom's grandaunt
Relatives of the bride
- Michael and Carole Middleton  the bride's parents
- Gary and Luan Goldsmith the bride's uncle and his ex-wife
- Tallulah Goldsmith the bride's cousin
- Other relatives, including Matita Glassborow, Jean Harrison, Stephen Lupton, David Middleton, Elizabeth Middleton, Timothy Middleton, John Middleton, Richard Middleton the bride's uncle, Simon Middleton the bride's uncle, Nicholas Middleton the bride's uncle, Adam Middleton, Anne Gabriella Middleton and Lucy Middleton.
Members of reigning royal families
- Prince Tariq bin Taimur Al-Said of Oman
United Arab Emirates:
Members of non-reigning royal families
- The Margrave and Margravine of Baden, the Margrave is the nephew of the Duke of Edinburgh
- Princess Margarita of Baden, the niece of the Duke of Edinburgh
- The Former Tsar and Tsaritsa of the Bulgarians, the Tsar and Prince William are fourth cousins three times removed, sharing Francis, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld as their common ancestor
- The Former King and Queen of the Hellenes, the King and Queen are godparents of Prince William, and second cousins once removed
- The Landgrave of Hesse
- Princess Yvonne of Hesse
- The Prince and Princess of Hohenlohe-Langenburg, the Prince is a grandnephew of the Duke of Edinburgh
- Princess Xenia of Hohenlohe-Langenburg and Mr. Max Soltmann
- The Former King of Romania, the King and Prince William are second cousins once removed, sharing Queen Victoria as their common ancestor (although his wife, Queen Anne of Romania, was unable to attend)
- The Crown Prince and Crown Princess of Yugoslavia, the Crown Prince is the godson of The Queen
- Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia
- Sir Patrick Allen ON GCMG CD (Governor-General of Jamaica)
- Sir Frederick Ballantyne GCMG (Governor-General of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines) and Lady Ballantyne
- Quentin Bryce AC (Governor-General of Australia) and Michael Bryce AM AE
- Sir Arthur Foulkes GCMG (Governor-General of the Bahamas) and Lady Foulkes
- Sir Clifford Husbands GCMG KA QC (Governor-General of Barbados)
- The Right Honourable David Johnston CC CMM COM CD FRSC(hon) (Governor General of Canada) and Sharon Johnston CC PhD
- Sir Frank Kabui GCMG CSI OBE (Governor-General of the Solomon Islands) and Lady Kabui
- Dame Pearlette Louisy GCMG (Governor-General of Saint Lucia)
- Sir Michael Ogio GCMG CBE (Governor-General of Papua New Guinea) and Lady Ogio
- Sir Anand Satyanand GNZM QSO (Governor-General of New Zealand) and Lady Satyanand
- Sir Cuthbert Sebastian GCMG OBE (Governor-General of Saint Kitts and Nevis)
- Dame Louise Lake-Tack GCMG DStJ (Governor-General of Antigua and Barbuda)
- Sir Colville Young GCMG MBE (Governor-General of Belize) and Lady Young
Politicians and diplomats
Prime ministers of Commonwealth realms
- Julia Gillard (Prime Minister of Australia) with her partner Tim Mathieson
- Ralph Gonsalves (Prime Minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines) and Eloise Gonsalves
- Hubert Ingraham (Prime Minister of the Bahamas) and Delores Miller
- John Key (Prime Minister of New Zealand) and Bronagh Key
- Stephenson King (Prime Minister of Saint Lucia) and Rosella Nestor
- Freundel Stuart (Prime Minister of Barbados)
- David Cameron (Prime Minister of the United Kingdom) and Samantha Cameron
Ambassadors to the United Kingdom
- Georg Boomgaarden (German ambassador)
- Keiichi Hayashi (Japanese ambassador)
- Bernard Émié (French ambassador)
- Ja Song-nam (North Korean ambassador)
- Nalin Surie (Indian High Commissioner)
- Ron Prosor (Israeli Ambassador)
- Pieter Willem Waldeck (Dutch ambassador)
- Wajid Shamsul Hasan (Pakistani ambassador)
- Louis Susman (United States ambassador)
- Barbara Tuge-Erecinska (Polish Ambassador)
Lieutenant Governors of the Crown Dependencies
- Lt General Andrew Ridgway (Lieutenant Governor of Jersey)
- Adam Wood (Lieutenant Governor of the Isle of Man)
Delegates from the British Overseas Territories
- McKeeva Bush OBE (Premier of the Cayman Islands) and Kerry Bush
- Peter Caruana QC (Chief Minister of Gibraltar) and Cristina Caruana
- Paula Cox (Premier of Bermuda) and Germain Nkeuleu
- John Cranfield (Saint Helena) and Vilma Cranfield
- Sharon Halford (member of the Legislative Assembly of the Falkland Islands) and Rodney Halford
- Reuben Meade (Chief Minister of Montserrat) and the Revd Dr Joan Delsol Meade
- Ralph T. O'Neal OBE (Premier of the British Virgin Islands) and the Revd Edris O'Neal
Other dignitaries from within Great Britain and Northern Ireland
- The Lord Mayor of the City of London, Michael Bear and Barbara Bear
- Richard Benyon (British Conservative MP for Newbury) and Zoe Benyon
- John Bercow (Speaker of the House of Commons) and Sally Bercow
- Kenneth Clarke PC, QC (Lord Chancellor of Great Britain and Secretary of State for Justice) and Gillian Clarke
- Nick Clegg (Lord President of the Council and Deputy Prime Minister of the United Kingdom) and Miriam Clegg
- Lord Elis-Thomas (Presiding Officer of the National Assembly for Wales) and Lady Elis-Thomas
- Alex Fergusson (Presiding Officer of the Scottish Parliament) and Merryn Fergusson
- Simon Fraser CMG (British Permanent Secretary of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office) with his wife
- William Hague (British Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs and First Secretary of State) and Ffion Hague
- Alderman William Hay (Speaker of the Northern Ireland Assembly) and his wife
- Helene Hayman, Baroness Hayman GBE, PC (Lord Speaker of the House of Lords) and Martin Hayman
- Jeremy Hunt PC (British Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport) and Lucia Chen
- The Lord Hurd of Westwell (Douglas Hurd)CH CBE PC (former Foreign and Home Secretary)
- Boris Johnson (Mayor of London) and Marina Wheeler
- Carwyn Jones (First Minister of Wales) and Lisa Jones
- Sir John Major (Former Conservative Prime Minister 1990-1997) KG CH PC and Dame Norma Major DBE
- Theresa May (British Home Secretary and Minister for Women and Equalities) and Philip May
- Ed Miliband (British Leader of the Opposition and Leader of the Labour Party) and Justine Thornton
- Sir Gus O'Donnell KCB (British Cabinet Secretary) and Lady O'Donnell
- George Osborne (British Chancellor of the Exchequer) and Mrs Osborne
- Peter Robinson (First Minister of Northern Ireland)
- Alex Salmond (First Minister of Scotland) and Moira Salmond
- The Lord Mayor of Westminster, Judith Warner with Count Paolo Filo della Torre
British armed forces
- Major Tom Archer-Burton (Prince William's Commanding Officer in the Household Cavalry)
- Major William Bartle-Jones (Prince William's Squadron Leader in the Household Cavalry Regiment based at Windsor)
- Lance-Corporal Martyn Compton (Household Cavalry, injured in an ambush in Afghanistan in 2006)
- Rear Admiral Ian Corder (Royal Navy Submarine Service; Prince William was appointed Commodore-in-Chief of Submarines)
- Major-General William Cubitt (Major-General Commanding the Household Division and General Officer Commanding London District) and Lucy Cubitt
- Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Dalton (Chief of the Air Staff) and Lady Dalton
- Holly Dyer (sister of 2nd Lieutenant Joanna Dyer, who was killed by a bomb in Iraq in 2007. Joanna Dyer had been a close friend of Prince William's at Sandhurst)
- Captain Mark Hayhurst (a friend of Prince William's) and his fiancée, Elizabeth Sebag-Montefiore
- General Sir Nicholas Houghton (Vice-Chief of the Defence Staff) and Lady Houghton
- Captain Harry Legge-Bourke, Welsh Guards officer (brother of Tiggy Legge-Bourke) and Iona Legge-Bourke, as well as his mother, Shân Legge-Bourke
- Air Vice Marshal David Murray (Defence Services Secretary) with his wife
- General Sir David Richards (Chief of the Defence Staff) and Lady Richards
- Susie Roberts (widow of Major Alexis Roberts, who was killed in Afghanistan in 2007. Alexis Roberts was Prince William's Platoon Commander at Sandhurst)
- Brigadier Edward Smyth-Osbourne (Prince William's Commanding Officer in the Household Cavalry Regiment and military mentor)
- Admiral Sir Mark Stanhope (First Sea Lord and Chief of the Naval Staff) and Lady Stanhope
- General Sir Peter Wall (Chief of the General Staff) and Lady Wall
- Bryn and Emma Parry (founders of Help for Heroes)
- Wing Commander Kevin Marsh (met Prince William through his service in the RAF)
- Squadron Leader Craig Finch (Principal instructor to Prince William during his time with the Defence Helicopter Flying School at RAF Shawbury)
- Members of C Flight, No. 22 Squadron (at RAF Valley in Anglesey), including Wing Commander Steven Bentley, Wing Commander Iain Wright, Squadron Leader Paul Bolton, Squadron Leader David Taylor, Flight Lieutenant Thomas Bunn, Flight Lieutenant Al Conner, Sergeant Keith Best, with wives.
- Aga Khan IV
- Rabbi Anthony Bayfield (President of the Movement for Reform Judaism)
- Anil Bhanot (General Secretary of the Hindu Council UK)
- Seán Cardinal Brady (Irish Roman Catholic Archbishop of Armagh)
- David Chillingworth (Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church and Bishop of St Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane)
- John Christie (Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland)
- Malcolm Deboo (President of the Zoroastrian Trust Funds of Europe)
- Archbishop Gregorios (Eastern Orthodox Archbishop of Thyateira and Great Britain)
- Norman Hamilton (Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland)
- Alan Harper (Church of Ireland's Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland)
- Gareth Morgan Jones (President of the Free Church Council of Wales)
- Monsignor Philip Kerr (Convener of Action of Churches Together in Scotland)
- Commissioner Elizabeth Matear (Salvation Army)
- Barry Morgan (Church in Wales' Archbishop of Wales)
- Cormac Cardinal Murphy-O'Connor (Roman Catholic Archbishop Emeritus of Westminster)
- Vincent Nichols (Roman Catholic Archbishop of Westminster)
- Keith Cardinal O'Brien (Roman Catholic Archbishop of St. Andrews and Edinburgh)
- Rabbi Alan Plancey
- Imam Mohammad Raza
- Chief Rabbi The Lord Sacks (Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth)
- Bogoda Seelawimala Nayaka Thera (Head Priest of the London Buddhist Vihara)
- John Sentamu (Church of England's Archbishop of York) and Margaret Sentamu
- Maulana Syed Raza Shabbarm (Muhammadi Trust)
- Natubhai Shah (President of the Jain Academy)
- Indarjit Singh (Director of the Network of Sikh Organisations (UK))
- Canon Christopher Tuckwell
- Rev. Martin Turner[who?]
- Rowan Williams (Church of England's Archbishop of Canterbury)
Friends of Prince William and Catherine Middleton
- Isabella Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe (friend of Prince William)
- Helen Asprey (the couple's personal private secretary)
- Oliver Baker (friend of Prince William's from university)
- Emily Bevan (friend of Middleton's from university)
- Tim Billington (horse breeder)
- Olivia Bleasdale (friend of Prince William's from university; former flatmate at university)
- Fergus Boyd (friend of Prince William's from university) and wife, Rosie
- Tom Bradby (ITN political editor) and Claudia Bradby (a jewellery designer who worked with Middleton at Jigsaw)
- Sir Richard Branson (who offered his Caribbean retreat, Necker Island, as a venue for the royal honeymoon) and Lady Branson, and their daughter, Dr Holly Branson.
- Sam Branson (a former friend of Middleton's) was not invited, although his parents and sister did attend.
- Amanda Bush (friend of Prince William's)
- Sir Henry Cheape (owner of the Strathtyrum Estate in St. Andrews where the couple shared a farmhouse)
- Alasdair Coutts-Wood (friend of Prince William's from St. Andrews)
- Jessica 'Jecca' Craig (with Captain Philip Kaye; friends of Prince William's)
- Edward and Lady Tamara van Cutsem (family friends since the Prince's childhood; her mother, the Duchess of Westminster, is the Prince's godmother)
- Hugh and Rose van Cutsem (parents of bridesmaid Grace van Cutsem; Hugh van Cutsem has been a family friend since the Prince's childhood)
- Major Nicholas van Cutsem (family friend since the Prince's childhood) and wife, Alice
- William van Cutsem (friend of Prince William's)
- Bryony Daniels (friend of Prince William's from St. Andrews)
- Chelsy Davy (friend of Prince Harry's)
- Davina Duckworth-Chad (friend of Prince William's) with her husband, Tom Barber
- David Dugmore and Roger Dugmore (safari park owners from Botswana)
- Rupert Finch (friend of Middleton's) and Lady Natasha Rufus Isaacs
- Ben Fogle (TV presenter) and his wife, Marina Fogle
- Alicia Fox-Pitt (sister of William Fox-Pitt; Middleton's friend)
- Virginia Fraser (neighbour of the couple's while at St Andrews)*
- Astrid Harbord (friend of Prince Harry's)
- Oliver Hicks (friend of Prince William's), and his parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Hicks
- Olivia Hunt (friend of Prince William's), and her parents
- David Jardine-Paterson and Emilia d'Erlanger (banking heir, Prince William's friend; the couple attended their wedding last year)
- James Jardine-Paterson (banking heir; Prince William's friend)
- Arthur Landon (friend of Prince William's), with his mother, Katalina Landon
- Mr and Mrs Charles Pettifer (the latter better known as Tiggy Legge-Bourke, former nanny to the Prince)
- Captain Jack Mann (polo player; friend of Prince William's)
- Lady Laura Marsham, daughter of the 8th Earl of Romney, with her brother, Michael Marsham
- Willem Marx (friend of Middleton's)
- Harry Meade (Old Etonian; friend of the couple's) and Rosie Meade, along with his brother James, sister Lucy and their parents, Olympic gold medallist Richard Meade and Angela Meade
- Natalie Milbank (friend of the couple's) and Edward Milbank
- Drummond Money-Coutts (Magic Circle member)
- Torquil Montague-Johnstone and Irena Montague-Johnstone (friends of the Middleton family)
- Jake Mulley (friend of Prince William's)
- James Murray Wells (entrepreneur; Old Harrovian)
- Arabella Musgrave (friend of Prince William's)
- Hinesh Parmar (friend of the bride and groom)
- Guy Pelly (friend of Prince William's), with his parents, Mr and Mrs John Pelly
- Earl Percy, Lord Max Percy, Lady Melissa Percy, and Lady Catherine Valentine (the children of Ralph Percy, 12th Duke of Northumberland)
- Shriman Maharaj Sahib Shri Raghav Raj Singh Shisodia, 8th Maharaj Sahib of Shivrati (friend of Prince William's) and his wife Shailja
- Daniel Snow (historian/television presenter) and Lady Edwina Snow (her mother, the Duchess of Westminster, is the Prince's godmother)
- Thomas van Straubenzee (friend of Prince William's since prep school)
- Luke and Mark Tomlinson (friends of Prince William's) with wife (then fiancee), Laura Bechtolsheimer 
- Ben Vestey (polo player), his wife Chloe and his sister Tamara (friends of Prince William's)
- Sam Waley-Cohen (English jockey, and childhood friend of Prince William's) with his fiancée, Annabel Ballin, and his parents, Robert and Felicity Waley-Cohen
- Susanna and Jake Warren (grandchildren of the Queen's former racing manager, the Earl of Carnarvon)
- Sir Eric and Lady Anderson, Former Provost of Eton and Charles's teacher at Gordonstoun; Sir Eric advised William on his gap year.
Celebrities and other notable guests
- Gregory Allen (yoga teacher)
- Brian Alexander (Managing Director of The Mustique Company)
- Joseph Allbritton (former owner of Riggs Bank)
- Rowan Atkinson and wife, Sunetra
- David and Victoria Beckham
- Sir Trevor Brooking
- The Viscount Bridport
- Sir Yogendra Pasupalati (Mustique-based physician)
- Butrint R Gashi (Executive, The Mustique Company)
- Basil Charles (owner of Basil's Bar, Mustique)
- Manuel Colonques (Chairman of Porcelanosa)
- The Dowager Duchess of Devonshire
- Marquess Vittorio Frescobaldi (wine industrialist and head of the Italian Frescobaldi noble family)
- Andrew Gailey (Vice-Provost of Eton College, who was Prince William's Housemaster)
- Rear Admiral Sir Donald Gosling (co-founder National Car Parks) with Gabriella Di Nora (Diana, Princess of Wales' former personal shopper)
- Edward Gould (Master of Marlborough College between 1993–2003)
- Amy Huberman (Irish actress)
- Sir Elton John and David Furnish
- Count Tibor Kálnoky (Hungarian nobleman and landlord who manages Prince Charles's properties in Transylvania)
- Timur Kuanyshev (Kazakh industrialist) and Alfiya Kuanysheva
- Sir John Madejski (Chairman of Reading Football Club)
- Hugh Morrison (horse trainer), and Mary Morrison
- Philippa Naylor (designer)
- The Duke and Duchess of Northumberland, old family friends
- Earl Percy and his siblings, as old family friends
- Tara Palmer-Tomkinson (television presenter and socialite)
- Pedro Pesudo (Director of Porcelanosa)
- Juergen Pierburg (art collector and philanthropist)
- The Lord Petre (Lord Lieutenant of Essex)
- Roger Pritchard (Managing Director of The Mustique Company)
- Guy Ritchie with Jacqui Ainsley
- Lily Safra (Brazilian-Monegasque philanthropist)
- Richard Schaffer (tennis coach at Mustique)
- Lucia Santa Cruz (daughter of former Chilean ambassador; friend of Prince Charles's)
- Joss Stone
- Mario Testino (fashion photographer who took the engagement photos)
- Ian Thorpe (Australian Olympic gold medalist swimmer)
- Matthew Vaughn
- Martyn Williams (Welsh rugby player)
- Sir Clive and Lady Woodward
- Jon Zammett (Head of public relations of the German car manufacturer Audi)
Maids of Honour and Bridesmaids, Best Man and Page Boys
The groom's father, Charles, Prince of Wales, released the official cadre of bridesmaids, pages and the overall makeup of the wedding party:
Maid of Honour and Best man
Bridesmaids and Page Boys
- Lady Louise Windsor (aged 7 – daughter of Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex and Sophie, Countess of Wessex)
- The Hon. Margarita Armstrong-Jones (aged 8 – daughter of Viscount and Viscountess Linley)
- Grace van Cutsem (aged 3 – daughter of Mr and Mrs Hugh van Cutsem, and godchild of Prince William)
- Eliza Lopes (aged 3 – daughter of Mr and Mrs Harry Lopes; granddaughter of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall)
- William Lowther-Pinkerton (aged 10 – son of Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton)
- Thomas Pettifer (aged 8 – son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pettifer, and godchild of Prince William)
Notable people who declined their invitations
The following are notable people who declined their invitations for various reasons:
- Stephen Harper (Prime Minister of Canada) and Mrs Harper – the wedding day was three days before the Canadian federal elections.
- Grand Chief Sir Michael Somare (Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea) and Lady Somare – Michael Somare was recovering from surgery.
- The Baroness Thatcher (Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom 1979-1990) – declined due to ill health.
- The King and Queen of Jordan – declined due to the protests in their country.
- The Queen of the Netherlands – declined due to her nation's observance of Queen's Day, which is the day after.
- The King of Spain – could not attend as he was recovering from surgery.
- The King of Sweden – declined due to his own birthday celebrations which took place the day after.
- The King of Cambodia
- The Hereditary Prince of Liechtenstein – because of the beatification ceremony for Pope John Paul II.
- The Crown Prince of Bahrain – declined due to the ensuing protests in that country.
- The Crown Prince and Crown Princess of Japan – declined due to the earthquake and tsunami that devastated their country.
- Dean Barrow (Prime Minister of Belize)[why?]
- Richie McCaw (New Zealand national rugby union captain) – declined due to commitments to his Super Rugby club, the Crusaders.
- Brian O'Driscoll (Ireland national rugby union captain and husband of invitee, actress Amy Huberman) – declined due to commitments to his club team, Leinster, who were to play a Heineken Cup semi-final against Toulouse the day after the wedding.
- The Duke and Duchess of Norfolk – declined due to the announcement of their separation.
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