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Entertainment One thing The Queen has forbidden at the Royal Wedding

20:10  12 may  2018
20:10  12 may  2018 Source:   honey.nine.com.au

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All eye will be on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle come Saturday, as they make their way out of St George’s Chapel as man and wife.

While the first photos of the couple will be a major focus for the throng of photographers, waiting outside, there’s one shot you won’t see.

There won’t be any aerial pictures courtesy of drones after The Queen banned them.

Her majesty has placed an official ban on the use of drones flying over her home in Windsor during the Royal Wedding weekend, due to privacy issues and security fears.

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A request of the ban has been granted by the Civil Aviation Authority, which will be monitored and enforced throughout the event, leaving offenders liable for prosecution.

Supt Jim Weems, Tactical Commander for the policing operation said: "This Restriction of Flying Regulation is a routine measure for a large scale event such as this and is part of the broad range of security measures that are in place to deliver a safe and secure day for everyone."

And with hundreds of thousands of people are expected to gather in Windsor for the big day - some already camping along the Long Walk to nab a vantage point -  Thames Valley Police have urged public bystanders to be ‘drone rangers’.

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They are requesting fans to help protect the Royal Family by keeping an eye out for the Unmanned Aerial Vehicles.

There are fears UAV’s may be a hazard to the likes of Police helicopters flying overhead, amid growing safety concerns for the royal couple on the ground.

This isn’t the first time Royals have banned drones, with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge implementing a ban for unauthorised low-flying aircraft over their Norfolk home in November 2015.

Similar no-fly zone regulations have been imposed over her Majesty’s home in Sandringham, which will apply every year from December 1 to March 1, during the Christmas period when Royal Family members are often in residence.


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