Royal wedding: Security plans for Harry and Meghan's big day revealed

Royal wedding: Security plans for Harry and Meghan's big day revealed

Gin&er Gin was created by Oak Taverns in partnership with The Queen Charlotte Pub in Windsor, which is located just up the block from Windsor Castle and.St George's Chapel, where the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be held on May 19.

Thames Valley Police called on the public not to be "alarmed" by the massive scale of the security arrangements in the lead up to the big day on May 19 in Windsor Castle.

The British royal, 33, stepped down as a Captain in the Army in 2015, but he and his bride-to-be have made a decision to include a tribute to his previous career when they tie the knot in May by inviting more than 250 military members to perform ceremonial duties at Windsor Castle, England.

More than 100,000 people from across the world are expected to travel to Windsor to watch Harry and Meghan tie the knot.

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Whatever she does choose, it will not be taken lightly-the Markle coat of arms will go down in history, and its elements reused on the coats of her and Harry's eventual ancestors.

'We are working with our partners, local businesses and the community to deliver a safe, secure and happy event for everyone'.

"On the day, visitors may be stopped and checked", it said, adding that police would also be patrolling stations and train carriages into Windsor.

"Residents, local businesses and visitors to the town can expect to see an increased police presence, police officers, both armed and unarmed, search dogs, the mounted section, the roads policing unit and the National Police Air Service", a spokesperson for Thames Valley Police said.

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All leaves for Thames Valley Polices 4,200-strong force has been cancelled, though police are refusing to say exactly how many officers will be deployed in the security operation. Police will also utilize mutual aid from a number of specialist units across the country.

Security for the Royal wedding will include barriers to prevent vehicle attacks, armed police patrols and airport style security searches, police have revealed.

Incidentally, Meghan has a soft spot for members of the Armed Forces.

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