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Enjoy a right royal boozy bottomless brunch

For those of you on the hunt for a more quirky atmosphere, make sure to check out Little Nan’s in Deptford for a two-hour boozy bottomless brunch. The hipster haunt will be live-streaming the royal wedding from the Pub Room and guests can enjoy themed cocktails such as the Prince Harry Teapot or the Queen Pat Butcher Cocktail. Tickets cost £45 and you’ll receive a complimentary royal mug. See you there.

To book, check out the Facebook page. [Photo: Little Nan’s]

From afternoon tea to rooftop screenings: The best ways to celebrate the royal wedding

Danielle Fowler
Freelance Writer

With a matter of days to go until the royal wedding, we’re on the hunt for the most atmospheric places to ring in the history-making day.

Instead of streaming the May 19 nuptials from your laptop in bed, why not inject some pomp and pageantry of your own into the momentous occasion?

With over 1,800 street parties estimated to take place across the country and with pubs keeping their doors open for longer in celebration, the nation is certainly spoilt for choice.

From afternoon tea fit for a Queen over at The Shard’s Shangri-La hotel to a live screening courtesy of Radio Rooftop, these are the best places to watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle‘s first kiss.

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