Published: Fri, March 30, 2018
Worldwide | By Lisa Hogan

Windsor, UK-based Pub Creates Gin In Honor of Royal Wedding

Windsor, UK-based Pub Creates Gin In Honor of Royal Wedding

The Ministry of Defence has released a statement to announce that regiments and units that hold a special relationship with the young royal will be included in his wedding on May 19.

The Royal Wedding is expected to attract in excess of 100,000 people to Windsor town centre.

A broad range of visible security measures will be in place, such us the extensive network of automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) technology, CCTV and hostile vehicle mitigation (HVM) barriers.

British army regiments' attendance at Prince Harry's wedding to USA actress Meghan Markle has been confirmed.

"Once you arrive in Windsor there will be a screening and search regime".

More than 250 members of the Armed Forces are expected to perform ceremonial duties at the couple's wedding on May 19.

Harry and Meghan's wedding day is closing
GETTYHarry and Meghan's wedding day is closing

If traveling by train, British Transport Police will also be patrolling stations and carriages.

The British royal, 33, stepped down as a Captain in the Army in 2015, but he and his bride-to-be have chose 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.

"The policing operation will be amongst the largest in Thames Valley Police's history", the force said in a statement.

Even before the wedding, residents and visitors will see an increased police presence from police officers - both armed and unarmed - and search dogs, the mounted section, the roads policing unit and the National Police Air Service.

The Royal Gurkha Rifle whom Prince Harry served with the 1st Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles in Afghanistan in 2007 and the RAF Honington which Harry is Honorary Air Commandant.

'We are working with our partners, local businesses and the community to deliver a safe, secure and happy event for everyone'. The UK government and Kensington Palace have now confirmed that the British Armed Forces will also be a part of the regal ceremony.

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