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The invites read: "His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales KG KT requests the pleasure of the company the marriage of His Royal Highness Prince Henry of Wales with Ms Meghan Markle at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle on Saturday 19th May, 2018 at 12 Noon followed by a reception at Windsor Castle".

Police are making sure Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's big day is a safe occasion for everyone.

Thames Valley Police called on the public not to be "alarmed" by the massive scale of the security arrangements in the lead up to the big day on May 19 in Windsor Castle.

Visible measures such as Automatic Number Place Recognition (ANPR), security cameras and heavy security barriers will be put in place -- the latter to mitigate the threat of cars being used to attack the crowd.

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Details of Thames Valley Police's operation to safeguard the newlyweds, their guests and spectators have been released, with airport-style security scanners and bag searches also planned in Windsor. "More than 250 members of the Armed Forces will perform ceremonial duties at the wedding". British Transport Police will be on hand patrolling carriages and train stations on the wedding day.

Well-wishers who want to line the streets of the procession to catch a glimpse of the newlyweds are being warned to expect a "screening and searching" regime, including police officers inspecting any sleeping bags that could hide materials to cause trouble. There will also be Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead community wardens and ambassadors throughout the town center.

In the coming weeks residents, local businesses and visitors to the town can expect to see an increased police presence, with police officers, both armed and unarmed, search dogs, the mounted section, the roads policing unit and the National Police Air Service joining forces.