It’s almost time. All the speculation about who made the guest list, what she’ll be wearing, what he’ll be wearing – it all ends on Saturday when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie the knot in Windsor.
Offering a fresh perspective on the regal festivities, we tasked contributors to our Street Art pages who have experiences of homelessness to provide their own arty tribute to the happy couple.
Say ‘I was there’ with two souvenir magazine covers to collect – former army chef John Tovey, who has already had a brush with the royals when he cooked for the Queen, has designed a tabard-toting portrayal of the pair for England and Wales.
North of the border, partially sighted former vendor-turned-artist Jo Adamson offers a colourful different view with her own abstract drawing.
And if they don’t tickle your fancy then perhaps the realistic portrait from Geraldine Crimmins, who lost everything after a breakdown and turned her life around with an art course, will fit the bill. Or maybe John Sheehy’s ‘Great Day’ offering provides the best way to commemorate the event.