Princess Eugenie’s wedding invitation has been released to the public, and it is different from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s invite.

The text on the invitation is similar to that of Prince Harry and Markle because this is the traditional way that invites from the royal family are worded.

“His Royal Highness The Duke of York KD and Sarah, Duchess of York, request the pleasure of the company of [insert name] at the Marriage of their daughter Her Royal Highness Princess Eugenie of York with Mr. Jack Brooksbank at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle on Friday 12th  October 2018 11 a.m. followed a reception at Windsor Castle,” the invitation read.

But unlike the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s wedding invitation, Princess Eugenie’s document is printed on portrait layout. Prince Harry and Markle’s were printed on landscape format. The text on both invitations seem identical to each other, which may suggest that they hired the same calligrapher, says Emily Hodgkin, a journalist for Express.

Another difference between the two invitations has to do with the symbol and badge that is printed on it. Prince Harry and Markle’s invite has a gold ink etching of a Three-Feathered Badge of Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales. Princess Eugenie’s invitation has her dad Prince Andrew’s symbol as the Duke of York.

Prince Andrew’s badge is a round symbol with a rose in the middle and a crown on top. It also has the words, “Honi Soit qui mal y Pense,” on it. The Latin phrase is the motto of the British chivalric Order of the Garter, and it means shame on him who thinks evil thoughts.

Meanwhile, Princess Eugenie’s invitation also revealed that female guests are requested to wear day dresses and hats. Male guests, on the other hand, may only wear morning coats. Unlike Prince Harry and Markle’s wedding, male guests were allowed to wear suits or their official uniforms.