INSIDE EDITION's Deborah Norville and Diane McInerney Explore London
What better way to see London than from a double decker bus? INSIDE EDITION's Deborah Norville and Diane McInerney took a ride on one of the iconic tour buses when they arrived in London.
They drove by Westminster Abbey, where Prince William and Kate Middleton are set to say their "I dos" looks on April 29. It looked lovely on the brilliant spring day.
More than a million tourists are pouring into London this week, and everyone is hoping to catch a glimpse of the royal wedding.
Next, Norville and McInerney headed to the London Eye, one of London's newest and most popular tourist attractions. Nearly 20,000 queued up for the Eye just the other day.
The giant Ferris wheel on the banks of the River Thames offers the best views of the city, and provides the perfect backdrop for snapshots.
Norville and McInerney had a bird's eye view of Buckingham Palace, and they saw the balcony where William and Kate will kiss and wave to revelers after they are married.
And back on the ground, McInerney tried out a stylish new way to avoid London traffic. It's called a limo bike, a top-of-the-line Yamaha motorbike with a driver.
INSIDE EDITION's Special Correspondent Amanda Holden uses the limo bikes to get around the city all the time.
She says, "Limo bikes are the only way forward, London traffic is absolutely rubbish. I have such a massive schedule I cannot stand sitting in traffic so every day I have to go to the theatre or a television studio or radio or anything I get on the back of a bike."
McInerney was enjoying her spin until her driver actually got pulled over by the cops!
"We just got stopped by London police simply because we were driving by an embassy with our cameras rolling. That's how tight security is leading up to the royal wedding," McInerney explains.
It was quite a first day for Norville and McInerney as INSIDE EDITION kicked off our royal wedding coverage from London.