St George's Chapel is set to host another royal wedding ceremony in spring this year – although it is likely to be a more low-key event than last year’s high profile events.

Lady Gabriella Windsor is set to marry market investor Tom Kingston, who dated Pippa Middleton in 2011, in a ceremony that will be held in the prestigious Windsor venue. The pair announced their engagement on September 19 last year after Mr Kingston proposed on the Isle of Sark.

The nuptials will be a stark contrast to last year’s weddings. There is not set to be any carriage procession through the town and it is not expected that members of the public will be invited onto the grounds of Windsor Castle.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding day had 600 people on the guestlist, with 1,200 members of the public greeting the pair outside of the chapel in Windsor Castle’s grounds.

The guestlist for Princess Eugenie’s wedding included around 850 people as well as 1,200 members of the public who were invited to join the couple on Windsor Castle’s grounds.

Sources close to the Royal Family have suggested that the reception for Lady Gabriella will be held at Frogmore House, which hosted Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s reception last year.

Frogmore has special resonance to the newly-weds as Lady Gabriella’s grandparents the Duke and Duchess of Kent were laid to rest at the Royal Burial Ground on the Frogmore Estate.

Lady Gabriella is currently 51st in succession to the throne. She is the daughter of Prince Michael of Kent, who is the Queen’s first cousin, making Lady Gabriella the Queen’s first cousin once removed and a close relative of Prince William and Prince Harry. Her father is also distantly related to Prince Philip.

It is currently unclear which high-profile members will attend the ceremony.