Royal wedding street parties are to be held across the UK to celebrate Prince Harry, 33, and Meghan Markle, 36, tying the knot.
The young couple will be heading to Windsor to get married at St George’s Chapel with many royal fans already camping out at Windsor Castle.
For those wanting to avoid the chaos in Windsor – it is advised for travellers to leave as early as 4am – many may choose to celebrate in their hometown instead.
Train stations and roads around Windsor are expected to be much busier than usual with long queues.
But where are the best royal wedding street parties in the UK found?
The city is dubbed the “street party capital” with over 100 events a year, so it comes as no surprise that they are holding a number of parties for the wedding.
Shopping centre Cabot Circus is holding a Right Royal Party during the day, which families can attend with their children.
Some of the actives include making tiaras and dressing up as a prince or princess, as well as the chance to sit on a throne.
Dozens of streets throughout the city will be closed, according to Bristol council, to celebrate with the full list on the website.
Streets that will be holding celebrations include Stoke Bishop, Southville and Clifton.
With good weather on the cards, Wembley Designer Outlet is holding a party with a large screen and deckchairs, along with street food to purchase.
Other screenings take place at Skylight rooftop bar in Tobacco Dock, Queen of Hoxton in Shoreditch, and Southbank Centre which also has a tea dance and songs.
Many hotels and restaurants are also offering brunches and afternoon teas in celebration, so head to Fortnum and Mason, Bluebird Chelsea or Rubens Hotel, which is just across from Buckingham Palace.
A fake royal wedding will be performed in honour of the road couple in the village of Brinsley, with children under 14 riding by Shetland pony to the church.
There are also currently 27 roads closed for street parties, listed by Nottinghamshire County Council.
The famous Dreamland amusement park in Margate is holding a street party as well as the FA cup final event.
With an inflatable church, bouquet toss en mass and free entry for anyone wearing a wedding dress, people named Meghan or Harry also get in free.
According to the Independent, street parties for this royal wedding are much lower than for Prince William and Kate Middleton in 2011.
Cornwall received just two applications to close roads for street parties, whilst Kent recorded a drop from 182 requests to just 14.
It could be attributed to Prince Harry’s lower rank in the royal family, as he is not next in line to the throne.