AS Royal wedding fever builds in Windsor ahead of HRH Prince Harry and Meghan Merkle’s big day on May 19, travel advice has been issued for supporters hoping see the happy couple.

Great Western Railway (GWR) and South Western Railway (SWR) is putting on extra trains throughout the day as more than 100,000 people are expected to flock to Windsor to be part in the happy moment.

GWR will run at maximum capacity on the Windsor Branch Line and a queuing system will be set up in Slough, Windsor and Eton Central as trains will run every 20 minutes throughout the day.

SWR has increased the frequency of trains to four, direct, ten-carriage services an hour from London Waterloo to Windsor and Eton Riverside.

Thames Valley Police and British Transport Police will also be present carrying out security checks and luggage checks.

GWR managing director Mark Hopwood said:“We help thousands of people each year travel to some of the biggest events in the country: Reading Festival, Glastonbury, Henley Regatta and many more. This will be one of the largest ever one-day events that has taken place on our network and our aim is to ensure our customers have a great day out and enjoy what will be an international spectacle.”

People have been advised to allow plenty of travel time throughout May 19.