Prince George’s schoolmate, Maud Windsor, may play a key role at Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s wedding.

James Bickerton, a journalist for Express, said that Windsor is the only goddaughter of Princess Eugenie. The young girl also happens to be the daughter of Lord Freddie Windsor and Sophie Winkleman. As such, it is possible that Windsor will be one of Princess Eugenie’s bridesmaids.

Prince George and Windsor are classmates at Thomas’s Battersea in London. During a previous interview, Winkleman said that her daughter and Prince George got along well.

“We were invited to tea at Kensington Palace just before Princess Charlotte was born. Maud and George got on very well. He is a very clear, articulate little boy and was speaking long before other toddlers his age,” she said.

As of late, it is still unclear which of Princess Eugenie and Brooksbank’s friends and godchildren will be part of their entourage and guest list. But there are reports suggesting that their royal wedding will be an A-list event that will be attended by a slew of celebrities.

Topping off the list are George and Amal Clooney, Ellie Goulding, David and Victoria Beckham, James Blunt, Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, and more.

Princess Eugenie and Brooksbank will tie the knot at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle on Oct. 12.

In related news, Princess Eugenie and Brooksbank made headlines earlier this week after it was reported that they won’t sign a prenup ahead of the royal wedding.

Katie Nicholl, a royal expert, and biographer said that prenups are not a thing among members of the royal family.

“I don’t think members of the royal family sign prenuptial agreements. It’s commonplace with celebrity marriage, but this is not a celebrity marriage, it’s a royal marriage,” she told Town & Country.

In fact, Queen Elizabeth II’s three children, who have gone through a divorce, didn’t also consider signing the document.

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Prince George's schoolmate, Maud Windsor, may be one of Princess Eugenie's bridesmaids. Pictured: Prince George accompanied by Britain's Prince William (L), Duke of Cambridge arrives for his first day of school at Thomas's school where he is met by Helen Haslem (R) head of the lower school in southwest London on September 7, 2017. Getty Images/Richard Pohle/AFP