Meghan Markle has three months left before her royal wedding with Prince Harry takes place, and although there is still plenty of planning to do, the bride-to-be has not forgotten about her bachelorette party.

While mingling with the crowd during their royal visit to Scotland on Tuesday, Markle and Prince Harry teased details about their respective bachelorette and bachelor parties to one lucky man.

Tom Martin told People the couple’s parties have already been planned out for them. “We asked them what they were doing for their stag and hen dos,” said Martin, who was visiting from London.

“Meghan said, ‘I’m not sure — it’s sorted but it will be fun,’” he revealed.

While the 36-year-old didn’t give too many details away about her upcoming bash, in January, sources told Us Weekly, Markle won’t be having a typical bachelorette party. “Meghan will be having a party but won’t be calling it her ‘bachelorette,’” an insider revealed.

The actress would prefer to keep her party intimate with her closest friends in attendance. An insider revealed Markle “wants [her bachelorette party] to be a celebration of friendship and love.”

“Think low-key, think somewhere out of London, good food, and drink, a little music. It won’t be wild,” the source added.

Markle also has no plans of accepting any gifts from her pals ahead of her wedding. The “Suits” actress will not have a bridal registry, instead, she and Prince Harry “want to encourage friends, family, and well-wishers to donate anonymously to a charity gift fund.”

As for Harry’s big bash, he’s pretty clueless about what his day of celebration will consist of. “I’m sure William’s got something up his sleeve,” Martin said, quoting the royal.

Sources close to Prince Harry previously revealed the 33-year-old felt his older brother would plan the best bash. “Harry has several close guy friends, but there’s no way he would ask anyone but William to take on the top job,” an insider told Us Weekly in December.

However, fans of the royal family shouldn’t expect the brothers to indulge in outlandish behavior. “Don’t expect anything wild,” a source said.

Markle and Prince Harry’s wedding is set for May 19 at Windsor Castle’s St. George’s Chapel.