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Ceremony of the Keys - switch attendee to a different person

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Hi, I have tickets in hand for the Ceremony of the Keys for my upcoming trip to London. I have just found out that my stepfather would prefer not to attend (I have a ticket for him) but my sister in law would like to attend (she does not have a ticket). Can I give my sister in law my stepfather's ticket? The tickets we have are not labelled. However, I heard that they call out your name off a list. Would they care if I substituted someone different? I haven't seen anything that suggests they check ID. My stepfather's name is ambiguous so could easily be a girl's name.

I would have ordered my sister in law a ticket but at that time she wasn't interested. Now that she has heard more about what it is, she'd like to go and I will have a ticket "wasted" anyway. Thanks.

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