11:30AM, Friday 18 May 2018
19:20pm: TVP Chief Constable Francis Habgood has recorded a messaged for the Royal Wedding
18:30pm: Prince Harry and Prince William come and meet the crowds!
16:34pm: Dave has managed to grab Murphy James from Windsor Homeless Project for a chat. He says partnership meetings have been taking place, and they approached homeless people before the wedding to see if they wanted to put their stuff into storage.
"Everybody understood that and was fine with it. Nobody has been targeted here because they are homeless or not homeless."
16:10pm: Dave has been in a queue to pick up his press accreditation for more than an hour, George on the other hand
14:20pm: Reporter Dave Lee is checking out the crowds in Windsor
13:47pm: A newly married couple have emerged from Windsor Guildhall to crowds and the world's media.
13:14pm: If you're not planning on heading down to Windsor for the Royal Wedding - shoppers at the Queensmere Observatory will have the chance to win a ring worth £160.
Our Frozen In Time event has started!— Queensmere Shopping (@queensmereo) 18 May 2018
We're offering you the chance to WIN a ring worth £160 courtesy of Barkat Jewellers, by guessing the exact time the royal ring will reveal from the ice sculpture!
Come and make your guess!
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11:50am: Free buses will be running from Slough to Windsor tomorrow
If you are travelling to #RoyalWedding on Saturday and don't fancy driving or getting the train, there are free (yes FREE!) buses from outside Slough bus station taking you right to the heart of Windsor! (and back again afterwards!)— SBC (@SloughCouncil) 17 May 2018
11:41am: There's been some more royal re-brands as Marks and Spencer has temporarily changed it's name to Markle and Sparkle.
11:30am: Windsor and Eton Central station has been renamed Harry and Meghan Central
11:24am: Police and the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead have asked crowds not to throw confetti or any other items during the Royal Wedding.
10:30am: It's been confirmed that Prince Charles will walk Ms. Markle down the aisle.
A statement released by Kensington Palace this morning said: "Ms. Meghan Markle has asked His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales to accompany her down the aisle of the Quire of St George's Chapel on her Wedding Day. The Prince of Wales is pleased to be able to welcome Ms. Markle to The Royal Family in this way."
10:00am: Our photographer Ian Longthorne has been in Windsor this morning as final preparations take place for tomorrow's big day.
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