The picturesque British town of Windsor is in lockdown on the eve of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding.
Every nook and cranny has been scoured and every imaginable security measure deployed to guarantee the safety of the royal couple.
Huge barriers have also been put into place to prevent a vehicle attack and many roads are now closed in the town.
On Saturday, the day of the royal wedding, train stations will be on high alert, vehicles will be inspected and visitors can expect to be searched.
No drones will be allowed to fly over the wedding zone.
The wedding is expected to attract around 100,000 spectators in Windsor itself, with at least 5,000 journalists.■
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