>> To what extent would one go for a glance at Prince Harry and his American bride, on their wedding day? Self-proclaimed royal superfan Donna Werner, says she'll be flying across the Atlantic Ocean, and camping outside for days in this small pink princess castle tent. That she can barely fit inside.
>> Sleeping bag, camp chair, insulation for the ground because I'm going to be sleeping on the streets for three, four nights. And that's where I'll be sleeping. So, it only takes half my body
o my legs will be hanging out.>> This won't be her first time at a royal affair.
She slept on the street for three and a half nights to see Prince William and Kate Middleton tie the knot, scoring a front row spot. She also was there to celebrate the queen's birthday. Her goal this time around?>> I'd love to just shake hands with the Queen.
I went over for her 90th birthday, and we were on the streets, and she looked right at me, I mean she nodded her head and my God I like freaked out.>> The 66 year old Connecticut resident even has her outfit ready for the big day.>> I'm gonna make a veil, just in case.
Warner's fangirling about the royals in England, began in her twenties after living there for two months. She says, she traced her lineage there back to the 1500s. Today, British-themed trinkets, souvenirs and memorabilia decorate her home. And two of her three adult children were named after two members of the Royal Family, Elizabeth and Spencer.
>> Sometimes with all the day to day problems in the world, it's just sort of nice so just daydreaming. I think this kind of thing still happens, it still goes out.>> The royal wedding, is set from May 19th.