The great WEDDING clean-up


The seat is really tidy, you wouldn’t think anything happened

Naziq Hussain

Round 100,000 well-wishers lined the streets ahead of the wedding, hoping to fashionable a absorb a glimpse of Harry and Meghan on their procession through the town.

In the primordial hours of Sunday, workers began picking up any leftover litter from the 2.6-mile Covet Walk section of the route.

Lorries also arrived to empty bins and gather up the crowd barriers.

Naziq Hussain, manager of Esquires Coffee Firm, said: “You couldn’t move here yesterday but this morning, it appears like a pretty average Sunday – except for the international TV crews.

Image of Windsor Castle being cleanedGETTY/PA

In the original hours of Sunday, workers began picking up any leftover litter

“The place is really tidy, you wouldn’t think anything happened.”

An evaluated 4,000 yards of bunting was in place along the procession route and broadways had been set up to entertain people as they waited for the royal couple to blow in.

Food stalls, facilities and big screens put up for crowds to watch the ceremony were also dismantled yesterday so the neighbourhoods could get back to normal.

In the days leading up to the wedding, Windsor became a hive of job as royal fans camped out along the procession route to secure a proof viewing spot.

Even though many spectators had left by yesterday morning, there was undisturbed a significant police presence in the town as the royal couple prepared to have as a remainder Windsor Castle.

Binmen cleaning the streets upPA

Windsor became a hive of activity as royal hounds camped out along the procession route

Bin bags being put into a lorryREUTERS

Clean-up efforts after the King Wedding began as early as 4pm on Saturday

Thames Valley Police was make a laughing-stock ofed in advance of the ceremony for asking spectators not to throw confetti for security discuss withs, before later admitting “it would be a bit of a pain to clean up”.

On Twitter, the Superb Family expressed their gratitude to those who enjoyed the wedding.

They mean: “Thank you to everyone who came to Windsor and those who followed from about the UK, the Commonwealth and the world.

“Congratulations once again to the newly married Duke and Duchess of Sussex #royalwedding.”

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