"We think we've been blessed this year with two royal weddings", said Phillip Bicknell, the local council deputy leader.
Just one day before Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank say "I Do" at St. George's Chapel, royal watchers are getting a better sense of what to expect at the ceremony. Eugenie and Jack just announced their maid of honour and best man and they couldn't be more fitting.
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Among the 850 guests expected to attend are some familiar faces such as George Clooney and the Beckhams, as well as some of Princess Eugenie's closer friends like British model Cara Delevingne.
The couple will then take a short carriage trip through Windsor, echoing that of Harry and Meghan when huge crowds turned out to watch.
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Eugenie - who is ninth in line to the throne - said: "It's definitely creeping up on us now, the nerves". It was not certain whether the 92-year-old queen's husband Prince Philip, 97, who no longer carries out official duties, would be present. "It's very nerve-wracking because you want it to be ideal but then you realise that you're going to be with the person you love forever and nothing else really matters".
Michael Taylor, a drummer from Chicago who toured Windsor Castle on Wednesday told the Associated Press that he had "no interest" in the October 12 wedding.
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The royal family is paying for the wedding, but the anti-monarchist group Republic is lobbying Parliament to prevent any public money from being spent on security or other wedding-related costs.