The royal wedding is just days away, and fans can’t wait to see Meghan Markle and Prince Harry tie the knot at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle. Unfortunately, royal fans won’t be able to catch a glimpse of Meghan’s wedding gown before her big day, but nonetheless, we know she’ll look gorgeous —like always! To hold you over until Saturday, we’ve gathered eight Meghan Markle doppelgängers who look so much like the former Suits star, you'll have to do a double take. That’s right, photos of these lookalikes will make you even more excited to watch Meghan say “I do” on May 19.

Now, before you scroll through images of Meghan Markle's long-lost sisters, we're here to give you a quick recap of everything you need to know for Saturday's royal nuptials. The start time for the wedding is 12 p.m. London time, on May 19. Of course, there's a time difference, so prepare to set your alarms for 7 a.m. EST and 4 a.m. PT if you want to watch the ceremony happen live. If you're not an early bird, then have no fear! CBS will be airing a two-hour special on 8 p.m. EST that same night.

As for the guest list? Well, prepare to see everyone from Kate Middleton and Prince William to Elton John and Robert Pattinson. Unfortunately, Meghan Markle's father, Tom Markle, will be unable to attend the wedding after suffering a heart attack. Meghan confirmed the news in a statement released via Kensington Palace on Thursday, May 17.

"Sadly, my father will not be attending our wedding. I have always cared for my father and hope he can be given the space he needs to focus on his health," she sadly said. "I would like to thank everyone who has offered generous messages of support. Please know how much Harry and I look forward to sharing our special day with you on Saturday."

Earlier this year, the couple also confirmed members of the public would be invited to join the celebrations. According to a statement from Kensington Palace, 2,640 people from a "broad range of backgrounds" will be allowed to watch their arrival and departure from St. George’s Chapel on their wedding day. The potential attendees will be nominated by nine of the Queen's representatives, and will include an estimated 1,200 young people who share the couple's desire to lead and help others. On top of that, guests will include children from local schools, members from the couple's favorite charities, and people who live or work near the castle and church.

Will any of Meghan Markle's doppelgängers score a last-minute invite to the wedding? These girls definitely hope so! Check out their photos below, and get your popcorn ready for Saturday's big event!