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Giant screens across Windsor will show the Royal Wedding and procession live, it was revealed today (Saturday).

Markle, 3 6, has been slated to marry Prince Harry on May 19 at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle after the couple announced their engagement in November.

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Rail operators will be putting on extra trains on the 19th May and 6,000 pre-booked vehicle parking spaces will be available at the Review Ground, just off the Long Walk.

The borough has also stated that rail operators will be putting on extra trains, and there will be "park and glide" services to help visitors get into town.

The council has recommended that people book their travel arrangements well in advance.

The town will be decked with bunting and ceremonial banners and visitors will be able to enjoy live entertainment from local groups and food stalls.

Almost 150 Royal Borough ambassadors have volunteered to steward the event and ensure it runs smoothly, and the town centre will also be decorated with bunting and ceremonial banners to mark the royal occasion.

In a tweet sent out today, 13 April, the royal household revealed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have chosen to use the photographer, who had taken their official engagement photos at Frogmore House in December of past year.

They are scheduled to be Wednesday at Windsor Castle on May 19 and more than 2,500 people have been invited to attend the event.

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