AFN Airing Royal Wedding Live on AFN news on May 19

AFN Airing Royal Wedding Live on AFN news on May 19

Live coverage of the day's events at Windsor Castle by the BBC will be presented by Kirsty Young, Huw Edwards and Dermot O'Leary among others.

Windsor Castle is being turned into a veritable fortress for Saturday's royal wedding.

Posting a picture of the gaffe on Twitter, one viewer said: 'This a change of venue for the royal wedding?!'

Prince Harry and Meghan are due to tie the knot on 19 May.

Thames Valley Police are now investigating, with officers tallying the full cost of the vandalism so they can slap the culprit with a cleaning bill.

Sussex Homeless Support says that Royal Borough has given the shelter a designated parking space, and that police will be signposting people towards it.

Windsor & Maidenhead council called on police to tackle an "epidemic of rough sleeping and vagrancy" before the ceremony.

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He that for them be removed, to avoid the town being seen in a "sadly unfavourable light" by the world's media during the wedding celebrations.

But the publicity inspired Sussex Homeless Support to offer its help to support homeless people this weekend rather than move them on.

The Windsor Homeless Project, who are working with the police to store rough sleeper's belongings, are also selling commemorative wedding memorabilia to raise money.

Murphy James, a spokesman for the charity, said: "Prince Harry and Meghan are both passionately committed to supporting those in need, including the UK's homeless. Together we can make a difference to their lives".

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