ROYAL wedding fever is spreading across the country as the potential Duke and Duchess of Sussex prepare to tie the knot.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will walk down the aisle on Saturday with the whole world’s gaze upon them.

Brighton and Hove will be no different, with at least three street parties planned to celebrate the big day.

Residents can watch the magic unfold next to the i360 on the seafront, where a 40 square metre screen will be hanging from 10am to 4pm.

Even better for those who share the names of the couple – Harrys and Meghans can take a ride on the pod free when accompanied by another adult.

All visitors get 25 per cent off a ride on the i360 on Saturday, too, in celebration.

Councillor Alan Robins, Brighton and Hove City Council’s chairman of tourism, development and culture, said: “As far as viewing vistas go, I think watching the royal wedding with the beautiful Brighton beach and the West Pier as the backdrop will be hard to beat.

“Fingers crossed for a spot of sunshine,but whatever the weather I’m sure there will be a great atmosphere for everyone joining the celebrations to enjoy.”

Steve Bax, executive director of the i360, said: “We’re inviting Brightonians and visitors alike to bring their friends and families to watch the royal wedding here on Brighton seafront.

“Bring your blankets, camping chairs and plenty of flags – let’s make it a party to remember.”

The Royal Pavilion is also opening its regal doors free of charge to people bearing the name Harry or Meghan – or any variation of them – but they must provide photographic identification.

Entry for adults is £11.70 and £6.75 for children aged five to 15.

The Pavilion opens at 9.30am, with last admissions at 5pm.

Stanmer House will be screening the wedding action with a garden party from 10.30am to 4pm. Pug owners are invited to Brighton’s famous Pug Cafe in New England Road for celebrations, too.

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