Brighton's Royal Pavilion will offer free entry to visitors called Harry or Meghan on Saturday (May 19) on the day of the Royal Wedding.
Newlywed namesakes will be able to enjoy the luxurious surroundings of the palace once lived in by King George IV for free.
Cllr Alan Robins, lead member for culture on Brighton and Hove City Council, 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 offer, come along to the Pavilion on Saturday, May 19 with proof of your name
Entry usually costs £11.70 for adults and £6.75 for children aged five to 15. The Pavilion is open at 9.30am to 5pm.