On Saturday, May 19th, millions of people around the world will witness the royal wedding. And to ensure a seamless event, preparations are already underway.
Windsor is getting ready
According to UK Express, Windsor, the venue of the wedding, has been beautified in anticipation of the many guests who will be in the area. The shops have been painted, roads were repaired, and the streets close to the castle where the couple will marry have been well cleaned and maintained.
It is believed that the town will receive up to 100,000 guests.
The Kensington Palace confirmed that large screens will be at the venue, so everyone can watch the epic event as it unfolds.
The royal wedding menu
What's a wedding without delicious meals? The palace recently shared a few photos of the royal chefs who will be responsible for catering the wedding.
We dropped in on the Kitchens at Windsor Castle, who will shortly begin final preparations for the #RoyalWedding.— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) May 14, 2018
Take a look behind the scenes with Royal Chef Mark Flanagan and his team: https://t.co/91PHLXKv3v pic.twitter.com/2W3w1IhQdh
Head chef, Mark Flanagan, said that the staff is very "delighted to be involved", and many of the old staff have even inquired about how they can assist.
For a more fun and exciting event, the menu will include food that guests can eat while standing up. So, there will be less focus on a formal sit-down dinner.
Flanagan also revealed that the soon-to-be-wed couple has been very involved in the details, and they even finalized and approved the menu in March.
Of course, the meals will be made with the freshest produce, and according to Flanagan, the season has been very friendly in that regard.
Where to watch the event
Don't worry, you don't have to travel to Windsor to witness the royal wedding. You can see all the action right from your couch.
It will be aired on such TV stations as PBS, CBS, BBC, Sky, ITV, NBC, FOX, and MSNBC.