Princess Eugenie banned a unique item from her wedding just like Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

Will Geddes, a royal expert, told “The Morning Show” that Princess Eugenie doesn’t want to have confetti on her special day. Geddes said that the daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson is concerned about the environmental impact using it would have on Windsor.

“It’s interesting because Prince William and Kate, they did actually have confetti but for Prince Harry and Meghan they didn’t. I think it’s more of an environmental issue that it is necessarily a risk in terms of what’s been thrown actually at them,” he said (via Express).

Princess Eugenie previously told British Vogue that plastic has also been banned for her wedding and said that she also doesn’t use plastic materials at home.

“My whole house is anti-plastic now – and Jack and I want our wedding to be like that as well. We’ve got to look after this planet,” she said.

Meanwhile, Princess Eugenie isn’t the only royal who have adopted new measures to reduce environmental impacts. The entire royal household has also cut back on the use of plastic.

“Across the organization, the royal household is committed to reducing its environmental impact. As part of that, we have taken a number of practical steps to cut back on the use of plastics. At all levels, there’s a strong desire to tackle this issue,” a spokesperson for the palace said.

Meanwhile, other details regarding Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s wedding have also been released. For instance, Andrea Bocelli will perform at her nuptials. Princess Eugenie’s wedding is also designed by a British designer, and there are speculations that it will feature a 1950s vibe.

Isabella Sullivan, a journalist for Express, also said that it is highly likely for Princess Eugenie to have a second wedding dress that she will wear to her evening reception. Markle also had a second dress, which was designed by Alexander McQueen, when she and Prince Harry attended their evening gathering with family and friends.