WINDSOR, England – Across the road from Queen Elizabeth’s Windsor Castle home, Lewis Davis huddles under bus shelter, one of the many town’s homeless people who sleep rough in doorways in the genteel town.
Opposite, a new array of sleeping bags has appeared, the temporary home for royal superfans, some of whom have traveled thousands of miles to spend their days and nights on Windsor’s streets for a glimpse of the queen’s grandson Prince Harry and his fiancee Meghan Markle’s on their glittering wedding day.
“They’ve got their own home, they’re camping. We actually live out here. That’s the difference,” Davis, originally from the nearby town of Slough, told Reuters.