Well wishers planning to cheer Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on royal wedding day should book ahead if they want a place to park in Windsor.

The Royal Borough has a 6,000 car park available at the Review Ground just off the Long Walk - but tickets are being sold on a first come first served basis.

Cllr Phill Bicknell, council cabinet member for highways and transport, said that most of the town centre car parks will be inside the road closure area and unavailable on the day.

He said: "We expect there to be a large number of people wanting to view the procession and catch a glimpse of Prince and Ms Markle and to make sure no-one misses out we are urging people who plan to drive to reserve a parking space on the Review Ground now."

Tickets are £30 each - visit tickets.windsor.gov.uk/reviewground

Limited spaces will also be available at the Alma Road car park coach park - to be booked in advance, visit tickets.windsor.gov.uk/coachpark

*As well as the announced road closures on the day of the wedding, closures will happen on Thursday, May 17 between 9am and 2pm to enable preparations to take place.

This will affect Castle Hill, High Street, Park Street, Thames Street, Sheet Street,Windsor Greys roundabout and Albert Road.

These roads also close from 10pm Friday, May 18 until Saturday evening.

The following roads will also close from 6am Saturday, May 19 - Maidenhead Road, Clarence Road, Alma Road, St Leonard's Road, Frances Road, Barry Avenue and Datchet Road.

A map of all planned closures during the royal wedding can be found on roadworks.org