Royal wedding: Harry and Meghan well-wishers to be screened by body scanners

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Visible measures such as Automatic Number Place Recognition (ANPR), security cameras and heavy security barriers will be put in place -- the latter to mitigate the threat of cars being used to attack the crowd.

"Once you arrive in Windsor there will be a screening and search regime".

If too many people descend on Windsor, the town will be put on virtual lock-down, with trains no longer stopping to drop passengers off at its stations and people turned away from crowded processional routes. On the big day, visitors may be stopped and checked by police officers.

More details have been released by Thames Valley Police (TVP) about the royal event, which will take place on Saturday, May 19.

Prince Harry and Markle would Wednesday at St Georges Chapel, Windsor Castle on May 19, followed by a carriage procession through Windsor town and a reception in St Georges Hall, it was announced previous year.

Metal barriers will be erected in the Berkshire town to deter attackers from using vehicles, like the terrorist atrocities committed on London and Westminster bridges.

The regal-themed brew, a pale ale named "Harry & Meghan's Windsor Knot", appropriately combines British and American hops, barley grown on the Royal Farms adjoining Windsor Castle - and a finishing touch of champagne yeast.

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Police and security chiefs have been studying lessons learned from the five terror attacks in London and Manchester a year ago, in particular, the atrocities on London and Westminster bridges where vehicles mowed down crowds.

Assistant Chief Constable David Hardcastle, leading the security operation, said: "We are working with our partners, local businesses and the community to deliver a safe, secure and happy event for everyone".

The current threat level for the United Kingdom remains at the second-highest level of "severe", meaning an attack is "highly likely".

The armed services are close to Prince Harry's heart.

So far there is no intelligence of any specific security threat to the event.

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