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>> There are cocktails in teacups and guests wearing facinators. No the royal wedding hasn't been brought forward. In fact this is a bar in Washington D.C. rebranded as the royal wedding pub ahead of Britain's Prince Harry's marriage to American actress Megan Markle on May 19th. The watering hole has been decorated to look like St. George's Chapel in Windsor and is full of touches of royal detail.
>> I would say what I'm most proud of is the ceiling that I carved. It took me weeks and weeks to make this beautiful canopy that you're seeing here.>> American fans of the royals and Meghan Markle, are thrilled to have a place to celebrate the nuptials. Without the cost of a plane ticket to the UK.
>> I wanted to come because I'm a really big Meghan Markle fan and I'm really excited about the royal wedding. I think she's a great example of the modern day woman kind of taking on this very traditional role and really making it her own. So, I really admire her.
>> I'm super excited to be able to participate in any way that I can while I can't fly very quickly to the U.K. to stand outside Windsor Castle,
While speculation is rife about the wedding itself and what will be served at the reception, one thing is pretty much certain.
They're unlikely to be giving guests a cocktail containing glitter called the Markle Sparkle, all drinks named when Harry met Meghan and American princess.