The day of the Royal Wedding is finally here! Are you still yet to sort out plans? Have you not bought a union jack flag?? The weather still looks pretty sketchy but still, after prodding you all for your Royal Wedding suggestions, here’s what you told us about your plans.
Hyde Park is one of the favourite venues for today’s grandiose nuptials so we’re to believe. With big screens set up so you won’t miss any of the action, it’s definitely one of the places to be! There will be food and drink stalls on hand and photo booths so you can capture the memories with your friends. If you plan on going there, you have been advised to wear a hat… for the festivities of course.
Another great option if you don’t want to miss the wedding amidst the early morning drinking. Who designed Kate’s dress? What are their vows? Find out at Trafalgar Square as they will also have big screens – the other reason is that it is surrounded by bars so you can run and take cover should the heavens open (as they inevitably will, we are in the UK after all!)
Regents Park/Primrose Hill
I’m going to bet that this will be the quieter of the three parks, Regent’s Park will open their open air theatre to the public to broadcast the Royal Wedding. Like Trafalgar Square, there are plenty of bars around the perimeter to fall into once Wills says I do.
Originally we were going to list the best bars to be in but to be honest everywhere will be so busy, I think you’re best option would be to fall into whatever one is close by. Grab your flags, don’t forget the champagne – let’s go!