Nothing get’s us more excited than spending a weekend celebrating royal nuptials, especially when they involve none other than our original royal bad boy Prince Harry! We’ve watched him evolve over the years and we almost feel like he’s one of us which is why we’re feeling totes heartbroken that he’s finally saying I do 💔 but there is light at the end of the tunnel. Meghan is a strong supporter of women’s rights, female empowerment and was busy girl bossin’ her way through life way before she even met Harry, and that’s why we love her! We’ve put together a few ways you can celebrate both out and at home, so you can watch the wedding of the year in style.
Doughnut Time 
Now it’s no secret that we LOVE doughnuts, but not just any old doughnuts. Doughnut time is rapidly storming its way through the capital popping up here, there and pretty much everywhere! And we’re absolutely loving their limited edition themed Meghan Sparkle and When Harry Met Meghan doughnuts so grab yours before they’re gone.
Doughnut time locations: Shaftesbury Avenue, Shoreditch, Notting Hill, Westfield Stratford City, Victoria.
Watch it outdoors
The weather is set to be a warm one this weekend so grab your sunnies, a big bottle of prosecco and head down to one of many locations in London that are playing the special day on the big screen. Once you’re done there it’s officially confirmed that pub opening hours have been extended to 1 am in celebration, so get ready to drink Pimm’s and G&T’s all night long and to say a cheers to the soon to be married couple!
Locations: St James Market, Regent Street. Radio Rooftop, Covent Garden. Skylight, Tobacco Dock. London Designer Outlet, Wembley. National Maritime Museum, Greenwich. 
Have your own party!
If you fancy staying indoors and watching the festivities live on the box, then why not have your own royal knees up in the comfort of your own home. Grab your best printed teacups, pour the prosecco in and put together a selection of regal-themed nibbles (we’re thinking cucumber sarnies, strawbs & cream and scones are a traditional top hit here!).
You can watch the whole thing live on most channels early doors on Saturday morning, so kick back, relax and get ready to watch the wedding of all weddings unfold, with your confetti at the ready obvs! Oh, and we’re planning on having our own royal shin-dig here at Skinnydip HQ this week too… so stay tuned.