The cruise giant has extended a cordial invitation to Pippa Middleton and her soon-to-be-husband James Matthews.
Royal Caribbean has created a suite on board Anthem of the Seas called the Pippa Suite.
Next door to the Royal Suite, the Pippa Suite has been designed in anticipation of an almost-royal visitor.
Offering to host the happy couple for their honeymoon, the cruise line has offered to take them on an itinerary around the Caribbean.
We’re looking forward to the possibility of welcoming Pippa onboard so she can feel like a princess during her honeymoon
The Southern Caribbean holiday sails from New York through St Lucia, Barbados and Antigua.
Fabiana Tadiello, Royal Caribbean Wedding Coordinator said: “We’re looking forward to the possibility of welcoming Pippa onboard so she can feel like a princess during her honeymoon, staying in her own dedicated Pippa Suite, right next door to the original Royal Suite.
“To celebrate the most-anticipated honeymoon of the year, we have also identified the perfect itinerary for other bride and grooms to enjoy.
Inspired by the marriage of Pippa Middleton and James Matthews, we believe the itinerary would deliver an extraordinary and truly ‘almost-royal’ experience.
“Since the beginning of time, the sea has romanced explorers, poets and lovers alike and we hope the new couple will join us to share their special celebration.”
The luxurious Pippa Suite features plush ‘but not quite royal blue’ furnishings, with lilac throws and cushions few shades from regal purple hues.
There’s a sunrise yoga station with ocean views, a bedside smoothie machine and golden goose ornaments, reminiscent of the royal swans of the Thames.
Pippa and James would also be treated to their own Royal Genie.
Trained by the Principal of the British Butler Institute, these revered Royal Caribbean crew members cater to guests’ every need.
Pippa and her husband-to-be are tipped to escape to his family’s 10,000-acre estate in the Highlands after their big day.
After this they might fly to the sunshine and seclusion of St Barts, possibly in James’ £3m private jet.