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While it’s up to the bride and groom — with help from The Lord Cham­ber­lain's Of­fice, which or­ga­nizes cer­e­monies for the royal house­hold — to de­ter­mine who sits where, it’s likely the groom’s fam­ily will be seated on the right and the bride’s on the left, as fam­i­lies would at most wed­dings. Close fam­ily will be in the quire. The rest of the at­ten­dees will be seated in the nave.

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