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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry spotted at Windsor Castle and the Bride-to-be is wearing white

Two days before they tie the knot, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have arrived in Windsor to manage the last preparations for their nuptials.
Photos have emerged of the couple being driven along The Long Walk leading to the castle, where details surrounding the St George’s Chapel ceremony and St George’s Hall reception are being finalised.

Markle can be seen waving to the crowds from the backseat of a Range Rover, and on close inspection, it looks like the bride-to-be was even wearing white. Royal correspondent Chris Ship also shared a short clip of the couple being accompanied by a police escort as they make their way to their wedding venue.

Harry and Meghan have just arrived together in Windsor Castle #royalwedding pic.twitter.com/zsFI3yX2rv

— Chris Ship (@chrisshipitv) May 17, 2018


Their visit came shortly after members of the Armed Forces took part in a dress rehearsal of the carriage procession through the royal borough on Thursday.

The horses were out in full force ahead of the 25-minute tour around the town, which will take place at 1pm directly after the ceremony on Saturday.

Rehearsing for the #RoyalWedding: Members of the Armed Forces were among those taking part in a dress rehearsal of the carriage procession through Windsor Town and The Long Walk today. pic.twitter.com/vg7QMVNrt6

— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) May 17, 2018

Earlier in the day, Markle made her first public statement via Kensington Palace.

In the short but emotional note, the former actress informed the public that her father will not be at her big day. She also thanked people for their well-wishes.

We’re thrilled to see Meghan and Harry are all smiles in the lead up to their big day. MORE: HERE’S A PEEK INSIDE ST GEORGE’S CHAPEL WHERE PRINCE HARRY AND MEGHAN MARKLE WILL TIE THE KNOT

(Via Elle UK)

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