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>> First comes the wedding then comes the after party.
>> Everyone merry, some even merrier.>> Welcome to this ancient and noble city of Windsor.>>
>> For other's it's been an emotional journey.>> My god, I just don't know what I'm feeling, it was like, watching the ceremony was unbelievable. She was so beautiful and elegant, and regal.
>> Self-confessed super-fan, Donna, traveled from the US and has slept on the streets for four nights.>> It was worth every night on the street, it really was.>> So you guys have been here since 5 AM, was it worth it?>> Absolutely, yes, it was a fantastic day.
It's kind of a rebranding of the royal family and it was long overdue.>> Amazing.>> Unbelievable.>> Magic.>> We went on, and on, and on, and on, and on.
>> This is the after party in the Prince Harry Pub in Windsor where everyone's talking about how electric and how American the wedding was. In particular, the sermon which was led by an African American bishop, who called Harry and Meghan his brother and sister and quoted Martin Luther King.
>> I loved, we were outside and they played Stand By Me and everybody in the crowd sang it together, that was iconic American.>> Yeah, it was thrilling to be an American, especially having an American princess. It feels like we actually have been invited to the wedding.
The big event may be over, but for these guys the celebration will go on into the night.