Who will be at the royal wedding?

Britain's Prince William and his fiancee Kate Middleton watch a demonstration by students at Darwen Aldridge Community Academy in Darwen, England, Monday April 11, 2011. Prince William and fiancee Kate Middleton visited northwest England on Monday to support local youth charities, the last trip in their pre-wedding tour of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
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Prince William and Kate Middleton at Darwen Aldridge Community Academy in Darwen, England, April 11, 2011.
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(CBS/AP) Prince William and Kate Middleton have reportedly extended invitations for their upcoming wedding to a few former sweethearts.

The UK's Daily Mail has revealed that a total of six exes will be in attendance when the royal couple says "I do" at Westminster Abbey on April 29.

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Among them is Rupert Finch, whom Middleton reportedly dated before William at St. Andrews, and Willem Marx, her former Marlborough College flame.

Actress Isabella Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe, Arabella Musgrave and Olivia Hunt, who attended Edingburgh University with Milddleton's sister Pippa, are among the invitees who  were once alleged to have dated William.

Jecca Craig, who is reportedly considered to be William's first true love and one of his closest friends, is also on the list and is expected to attend with her family and boyfriend Captain Philp Kaye, the Mail reports.

The guest list also included a few notable names, like soccer star David Beckham and his  wife Victoria;  Elton John, who is attending with partner David Furnish; and director Guy Ritchie.

Holly Branson, daughter of billionaire Virgin exec Sir Richard Branson, and Issa director Daniella Helayel, one of Middleton's favorite go-to designers, are also reportedly included on the exclusive list.

The Mail on Sunday said Queen Elizabeth II has invited 50 guests, Prince Charles and his wife Camilla chose another 250, the same number as William and Middleton invited, while Middleton's family made another 100 invitations. Europe's royal families, long close to the Windsors, are expected to be well represented.

The palace dismissed the newspaper's list as speculation Sunday.

Sarah Ferguson, former wife of Prince Andrew, has not been invited, but the couple's two daughters, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, are reportedly on the list.

Some have declined invitations, including Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper -- who is in the middle of an election campaign -- and, reportedly, the King of Bahrain, whose country has faced serious unrest. Officials have declined to comment on his plans.

President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle were not invited and many other international leaders are also expected to be watching on TV, not from a seat at Westminster Abbey.

It is not clear whether treasured Brits from the world of stage and screen -- and pop music -- will be on the list.

Joe Little, managing editor of Majesty magazine, said he does not expect stars like Sean Connery and Paul McCartney to be invited unless they have a real relationship with the royal family.

"But really we don't know much. A lot of it is conjecture at this point," Little said.  "And William is not very celebrity oriented. I think there will be a lot of faces at the wedding that we don't know."