With just over two months to go until the Royal wedding, it's been confirmed more than a dozen roads will be closed around Windsor on the evening before the ceremony.
Prince Harry will marry actress Meghan Markle on Saturday 19th May at Windsor Castle, and thousands of people are expected to make their way to the town to see if they can catch a glimpse of the newlyweds.
More trains are being laid on, but will our roads and public transport be able to cope?
Councillor Phil Bicknell, Deputy Leader of Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead says he's expecting 100,000 people in the town on wedding day- around the same amount of people that could fit in Wembley Stadium.
Aamir Bukhari, owner of Chippy of Windsor, told us how he'll be preparing for the wedding. With thousands of people expected to attend, he's already ordering extra stock of fish and potatoes:
Derek Prime, owner of gift shop King and Queen, says they're running out of mugs fast and a good restock is needed before the big day.