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Early that wedding day morning, Werner plans to emerge from the pink circular tent that fits only half her body – her legs tucked into a sleeping bag poking outside. She intends to be well rested, having warded off any overnight chill by plastering her body with some of the 100 hand warmer heat packets she ordered for the trip."I want to see what did they do and which way did their carriage turn so I can figure out the best place to stand," Werner said.Her chiffonier overflows with Union Jack-emblazoned souvenirs like the tiny porcelain thimble to commemorate the 1981 wedding of Prince Charles and then Lady Diana Spencer, and the hefty ceramic whisky bottles to mark princes William's and Harry's births in 1982 and 1984 respectively. Mother's Day gifts from her children have included dozens of books about the royal family and another pink princess tent to replace one she had to toss in a security sweep for the 2011 wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.Donna Werner shrugged off any denigration of her enthusiasm.
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