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>> After months of excitement and hype, it's the day they've all been waiting for. Thousands gathering in the town of Windsor Saturday to watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie the knot. The couple will be named the Duke and Duchess of Sussex after the wedding, an honor handed out by Harry's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth.
>> The evening before the wedding, a royal walk about Harry and his brother Prince William greeted crowds. Including some super fans who had already been sleeping on Windsor streets for several days. The wedding ceremony is being held in Windsor Castle's 15th century St George's Chapel.
ghan will arrive with bridesmaids and page boys, before Harry's father Prince Charles, heir to the throne, walks her to the altar.
Meghan's own father pulled out of the celebration to recover from heart surgery. In a sign of modern times for the royal family, Harry is breaking from tradition and wearing a wedding ring while Meghan is not vowing to obey her husband. Afterwards, a procession through the town to greet some of the hundred thousand spectators spectated to gather.
For supporters, it will be a moment to recast the 1,000 year old monarchy for the 21st century.