Windsor Children Are Marking The Royal Wedding With Processions, Tea Parties And A World Record Attempt

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Six-year-old Isabella will be playing the part of Meghan Markle in Queensmead School in Windsor’s recreation of the upcoming royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

“I’m really looking forwarding to dressing up and being the bride,” she tells HuffPost UK. “I’ve enjoyed trying on lots of different wedding dresses but I haven’t quite made up my mind yet!” 

The school is taking full advantage of the fact it’s only a stone’s throw from the processional carriage route that Harry and Meghan will take after their ceremony on 19 May.

A few days before the wedding, the nursery and reception kids will stage their own copycat procession along the Long Walk where the real wedding procession will take place, with the senior students waving the younger ones along.

It’s just one of the royal wedding-themed activities local kids will be taking part in during the lead up to the big day, when the world will be watching Windsor.

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