First royal wedding fan camps out The first royal fan has reserved himself a spot outside london's westminster abbey to watch the wedding of prince william and kate middleton. John loughrey, 56, has set up camp on the pavement across the road from the famous abbey, equipped only with a sleeping bag and two union jack carrier bags, and intends to remain there all week to beat the tens of thousands of spectators expected and ensure a good view of the event on friday. "I came here on bank holiday monday, on the 25th of april, i came here exactly Pandora Charms Canada at five o'clock when the big ben chimed five times because it spells diana's name, diana,"He added. The diminutive former chef chatted happily with a swarm of reporters and television crews.Despite chilly weather, he wore only a tshirt emblazoned with a picture of the royal couple, a banner printed with a similar image tied around his waist over his trousers, and sported a union jack knitted hat. "I hope it doesn't rain on the day, but if it does, us british are very used to it,"He said, adding that fans of the wedding would simply open up their union jack umbrellas. Mr loughrey, whose partner died of skin cancer in 2003, said he had camped outside the royal courts of justice for three days in october 2007 during an inquest into diana's death in a car crash 10 years earlier. "Diana would be very proud of her son prince william and catherine's marriage and Thomas Sabo Jewelry prince harry as best man,"He said. "She will be with them in spirit in westminster abbey on their special day and always,"He said. Mr loughrey has a speciallycommissioned beret to wear on the big day and said there was"No way"Anyone would get a look at it early. A few metres away, media student lee price, 22, from milton keynes, northwest of london, turned up on the spur of the moment, packing just his phone, his laptop, a few clothes and some money. "Here i am.A weirdo in the middle of the street in a tent,"He said. Within 10 minutes of pitching his tent, mr price was being beamed to television stations around the globe. "It's history in the making.That's the motivation.I'm going to be here for an iconic moment,"He said, adding: "I'm here on standby.If kate wants to leave william at the altar, i'll be here. " To those refusing to join in the fun, mr price said: "I wouldn't say i'm much of a royalist but why not celebrate?Why not be positive about something? " Meanwhile guen murray, 76, from attleborough, eastern england, is a veteran of royal sleepovers.She brought her knitting with her to pass the time. Ms murray hit the pavements for diana's marriage to prince charles in 1981, charles' second marriage to camilla parkerbowles in 2005, and prince andrew's wedding to sarah ferguson in 1986.


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