A RIGHT Royal invitation has reached the home of a Huddersfield woman.
Rosalyn Raine, of Edgerton, is one of the privileged few asked to attend the wedding of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles on April 8.
But it's posing a problem: What should she wear?
Rosalyn, 34, has been invited to the wedding blessing ceremony at Windsor Castle because of the fundraising she has done for charity Breakthrough Breast Cancer.
She founded the West Yorkshire group and the Prince is the Patron of the national charity.
Ros said: "I haven't got much information.
"Just that the invitation is between 12 noon and 3.30pm.
"I don't even know the dress code yet so I haven't decided what to wear."
Rosalyn formed the Ladies Who Lunch organisation raising charity cash by organising quarterly lunches and also the Pink Ball Association which stages an annual event.
She works for events management company Grande Affair based on Old Leeds Road in Huddersfield.
The Royal couple will wed in a simple civil ceremony in the Ascot Room in Windsor's Guildhall, before moving to the Castle itself for a blessing and a more lavish reception.
Images published last week showed the shabby surrounds in desperate need of a clean - but now the Ascot room has been tidied and vacuumed with white floral displays put in place on the main table beneath the stained glass windows and on stone pedestals either side.
The dark wooden furniture was arranged as if ready for vows to be taken.
Several portraits line the wall, including an austere painting of Queen Victoria.
The media have been barred from filming Charles and Camilla taking their wedding vows in the room and the couple will be watched by just 30 guests.
But the blessing at Windsor will be broadcast by TV.
Charles wed first wife Diana, Princess of Wales, in 1981 in a grand ceremony in St Paul's Cathedral. Royal wedding planners are being charged £156 an hour to hire the Guildhall, as well as £285 for the cost of the registrar.