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Security For Royal Wedding Will Include Observation Towers For Sniper Surveillance

12 May 2018
Security For Royal Wedding Will Include Observation Towers For Sniper Surveillance

The wedding of Prince Harry and Megan Markle will take place very soon, namely on may 19.

There will also be increased security around Windsor in the days leading up to the wedding, and the day of the wedding.

It was confirmed last week that her father Thomas Markle Sr will walk her up the aisle and her mother Doria Ragland will travel with her in the vehicle en route to St George's Chapel next Saturday when she weds Prince Harry.

This mini-royal wedding has it all.

A team of 11 model-makers worked over 750 hours to create the lovely lego castle. The resort said it will keep the castle as a permanent display in honor of the ceremony.

"The carriage is one of five Ascot Landaus in the Royal Mews".

"For me running, I need it as much for my head, to clear my head, as I do for keeping in shape", she added.

The Quantico actor, while speaking to host Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live last week, said that Meghan was teary-eyed when she found her wedding dress.

It wouldn't be a royal wedding without the Queen, who makes an appearance in the model along with The Duke of Edinburgh. That means Doria will finally get to know the Queen, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall, and of course, the little tots Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.

Markle's parents have arrived ahead of the May 19 wedding, at which they are both playing important roles.

The Lego version of the royal newlyweds with their parents. Celebrities who are expected to attend the grand event, including Sir Elton John alongside '90s pop icons, the Spice Girls, with Ginger Spice also found their space in the LEGO recreation of her classic Union Jack dress.

The two will marry at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle in front of 600 people, and millions more watching around the globe.