With Royal Wedding fever gripping the nation, people across the Midlands are gearing up to celebrate Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's big day.
It might not be officially unveiled until Saturday, buts Students at Radbrook Primary School in Shrewsbury have designed and created their own version of what Meghan Markle's wedding dress might look like.
Tiny artwork has been put on the head of a pin and the eye of a needle to mark the Royal Wedding. Two Birmingham artists made the tiny works.
Graham Short produced the micro-engraving on the pin head, while Dr Willard Wigan created the sculpture of Meghan and Harry in the eye of the needle.
Pupils at Nottingham Academy carried out a role play of Prince Harry and Meghan's wedding - which even included a wedding cake! The couple visited the school earlier this year.
One of it's students, Leonara McManzi has been invited to the actual Royal Wedding on Saturday.
Sarah Goode's daughter and her friends from Millfields First School in Bromsgrove are having a street party this afternoon.
Stacey Hutchins' son Jack, from Oldbury, has dressed up as the Prince himself.
The Beet family, from Birmingham, have even got their dog Bentley all dressed up for the big occasion.
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