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Street parties, open-air screenings and hipster bars are all offering Britons a chance to join in celebrations of the Windsor Castle wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Saturday.Here are ways five ways in which Britons are celebrating – or bemoaning – the royal nuptials:nights outA prewedding night out – known as a stag-do for the groom and a hen night for the bride – is a well-observed tradition in Britain, regardless of your nobility.Hotspots include Richmond in southwest London, which is hosting 93 parties over the wedding weekend.
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