Whilst Manchester United prepare for their big day in the FA Cup final, their former star player David Beckham was heading to the other big day...the Royal Wedding.
The Windsor Castle pub in Marple joining in the singing while watching Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's big day on large screens.
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Saeed Atcha from Bolton was nominated to attend the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for his 'strong leadership and community work.
The 21 year old old youth worker is the CEO of Xplode Magazine, which he started at school in Bury and now helps develop employability skills.
Describing him as a 'national treasure' Saeed managed to spot James Corden and his wife in the crowds.
Those on the guest list watching the wedding in the grounds of Windsor Castle were each given a Royal goodie bag, They contain a gold chocolate coin embossed with Meghan and Harry's initials, shortbread, a magnet, and a bottle of water.
Photos of Royal Wedding celebrations across the North West.Read the full story ›
A family from Accrington in Lancashire and a nurse from Liverpool will be among the guests at the Royal Wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
11 year old Madison Kennedy-Finglas, her family and her nurse Elaine O'Brien will be representing WellChild, a charity for seriously ill children, for which Prince Harry is Patron.
Lets find out what Madison and her mum Danielle think about going to the wedding of the year.!
Schoolchildren from Lancashire have paid their own special tribute to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ahead of next month's royal wedding.Read the full story ›
Young people from the region who have shown strong leadership, and served their communities have been invited to the Royal wedding.Read the full story ›
Prince Harry's final visit of his Lancashire tour saw him meet football and wheelchair basketball players at UCLan.Read the full story ›
Prince Harry has been in Lancashire today and thanked staff for all their amazing work at a Blackpool-based helpline for ex-servicemen, servicewomen and their families.
The Prince also took time to visit the village of St Michael's which was devastated by flooding in 2015.
Paul Crone spent the day with the royal party.
Prince Harry has visited Brockholes Nature Reserve in Preston where he saw young people taking part in conservation activities.Read the full story ›