Windsor's Got Royal Fever -- And So Have We
We made it. Phew. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will say ‘I do’ after weeks of build-up. The streets of Windsor town, where the wedding will take place, are bustling. Marching bands are in full rehearsal mode while well-wishers haggle over the best position on the footpath to catch a glimpse of the newlyweds on their carriage procession. Homes and shopfronts are proudly decked in Union Jack flags.
If you're lucky you might've spotted two Princes popping out to say hi to the crowds. From the looks of the smiling faces and the sea of red, white and blue -- and lots of Harry and Meghan masks -- the atmosphere on the ground is cheerful, excited and totally loved up. And so it should be. Whether you're a fan of the royal family or not today is really just about two people tying the knot. So let's hit the streets and soak up the good vibes.
Young or old, no one is immune to royal fever.
Hear Ye, Hear Ye
A town crier does what he does best. Watch him in action here.
When weddings -- and fashion -- bring nations together.
Their big day
It's not just a special day for Harry and Meghan -- this couple is also tying the knot today. Congrats.
Wedding this way
In case you weren't sure where the action will happen.
Spot the princes
Harry and big brother/best man Will stepped out on May 18 to the crowd's delight.
Lego to the chapel
Still as gorgeous as ever in Lego.
Deck the halls
Windsor residents are putting their best foot forward.
Loyal royalists are going all-out with their finery.
Raise a glass
Imagine having a pub named in your honour. Ah, to be a royal.
Fans have traveled from far and wide to snap up the best vantage points.
Markle and sparkle
It's all about love, love, love in the streets.
Mum and Meg
Meghan and her mum Doria Ragland arrived at the Cliveden House Hotel the night before the big day.
The crowds descend
People start gathering outside Windsor Castle.
Is it really a royal event if there isn't a marching band? Not for the Brits it's not.
Feature image: Getty.