The Royal Wedding will take place on May 19th 2018, and as the big day approaches local council are taking big steps to make the event at Windsor Castle perfect.
One decision they've made has faced great backlash, however, as they attempt to move homeless people from the area.
According to The Guardian, Simon Dudley, the council’s Conservative leader, wrote to Thames Valley police recently seeking action against “aggressive begging and intimidation” by the homeless.
“It is becoming increasingly concerning to see the quantities of bags and detritus that those begging are accumulating and leaving on our pavements, at times unattended, thus presenting a security risk,” he wrote.
“Obviously, the level of tourist interest is set to multiply with the Royal Wedding in May 2018, and there are increased concerns from our residents about their safety. The whole situation also presents a beautiful town in a sadly unfavourable light.”
He also tweeted that: "It is commercial life choice praying on residents and tourists," while also indicating that these people begging are pretending to be homeless.
Naturally, this outburst by Dudley has angered people who have a thing called compassion.
Murphy James, of Windsor Homeless Project told the Independent: “It’s absolutely abhorrent that anybody has got these views in this day and age, especially a lead councillor of the borough.
“If somebody is sleeping out on the street they are not there by choice, they are there because something has gone wrong.”
Kensington Palace is yet to comment on the reports, though we doubt Prince Harry or Meghan Markle would be pleased by this.