‘A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity’ for Canadians
As Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s nuptials draw ever closer, the town of Windsor has said it expects 100,000 visitors to head there to see the newlyweds travel in procession after the ceremony. Travel experts expect the number of visitors to the U.K. will increase after the wedding, but some agents reported already seeing a spike in interest because of the nuptials, according to an informal survey by the travel group TLNetwork.ca.
The Canadian Press spoke with Canadians who are in London during the royal wedding celebrations, from a Kingston, Ont., couple to a visiting University of Ottawa professor. From hunting for the perfect hat to celebrating a Toronto connection, read their stories at thestar.com/royals
Every day this week, we’re counting down to the May 19 royal wedding with pop-culture moments, tips and more.
Tourists queue to enter Windsor Castle on Wednesday, as preparations continue ahead of the royal wedding.