St. George’s Chapel in Windsor is shaping up to be the place to get married in 2018, as another royal wedding will officially be taking place there after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie the knot.

Clarence House has officially announced that Princess Eugenie—the daughter of the Duke and Duchess of York—is engaged to her longtime boyfriend Jack Brooksbank, and the two are set to tie the knot at the same location as Harry and Markle.

“The wedding will take place in the Autumn of 2018 at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor, with further details to be announced in due course,” the announcement read.

The site will first host Prince Harry’s highly anticipated nuptials to his American actress fiancée on May 19.

The chapel, which seats 800 guests, has been noted as a smaller venue than Westminster Abbey, where Prince William and Kate Middleton tied the knot in 2011. Their wedding was able to accommodate 2,000 guests. However, while St. George’s is a smaller venue, it is expected that Harry, who is currently fifth in line for the throne, is still going to have a wedding with plenty of pomp and circumstance, albeit on a smaller scale.

In December 2016, a longtime BBC royal correspondent, Nicholas Witchell, shared what spectators can likely expect when it comes to Harry and Meghan’s nuptials, explaining the ways their wedding would differ from his brother’s.

“In terms of the attendance, that will still have all the principal members of the royal family. Regarding the pomp, I imagine there would have to be some sort of a carriage procession through Windsor,” he said at the time. “Whether it will be quite the scale of the London procession with the cavalry trotting along behind, I think that is yet to be determined. But it might be brought down a notch or two from William and Kate’s… But there will, I’m sure, be trumpeters and a bit of that, just because St. George’s Chapel is well used to pomp and pageantry, but on a rather small scale.”

However, while that wedding may be smaller in some ways, it is still expected to have a big impact on the British economy, generating $680 million, or 500 million pounds.

As for Princess Eugenie, who is currently eighth in line for the throne, it is unclear what royal family fans can expect from her wedding.

Princess Eugenie Engaged Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank will be marrying at the same venue as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Here, they are photographed in the Picture Gallery at Buckingham Palace in London, after announcing their engagement on Jan. 22, 2018. Photo: Jonathan Brady-WPA Pool/Getty Images