Amidst the guests, it's Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland has arrived to overlook the final preparation for the wedding.
In the video, shops can be seen selling Harry and Meghan merchandise while workers prepare the Windsor Castle grounds for the wedding.
"TV pickups are when we see an increase in demand at key points during an event", a spokeswoman for National Grid, which oversees Britain's power network said via email.
Just because you didn't score an invite to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding on May 19th doesn't mean you shouldn't use the opportunity to glam up like a royal wedding attendee. That's not all. Doria will not only be introduced to the royal family but also be spending Mother's Day with the bride-to-be.More news: Going healthy! London wants to ban fast-food ads on public transport
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This marks an slight difference from the 2011 royal wedding, where Kate Middleton was accompanied by her father in the vehicle on the way to Westminster Abbey.
The insider added the Meghan's closest pal, Jessica Mulroney will arrive next week to "help Meghan out with last-minute touches ahead of her big day". His encounter with the royal family will mark his first time meeting Prince Harry.
The royal wedding is just days away but let's take a quick break from some of details of the ceremony. But royal reporter Omid Scobie has revealed that the wedding dress is ready.
"They are coming to stay at Windsor Castle ahead of the wedding, where they will be put up in the staff accommodation".
And if a 21-bedroom apartment isn't enough, the couple are also getting a stately home from the Queen as a wedding gift - way to set the bar high!