An 83-year-old royal superfan is camping out near Windsor Castle in anticipation of Saturday's royal wedding, and he's more than willing to step in to walk Meghan Markle down the aisle if needed.
Terry Hutt has camped out for several recent royal occasions, including the birth of Prince Louis at St. Mary’s Hospital in London last month.
"I'm over the moon to think Harry's getting married; we've all been waiting a long time for him," Hutt told APTN. "Again, with what's going on [with Markle's father], it won't stop them from being married, even if I have to take her up the aisle, I'll take her up for him."
Hutt dons a suit covered in British flags and is decorating the area outside the castle with Union Flags as he awaits Saturday's big event.
Another camper, 46-year-old Maria Scott, said she’s not moving from her chair until the nuptials, well, apart from going to the bathroom.
"It’s brilliant position because the carriage has got to turn here so we will get a good view of the couple," Scott said. "It will be amazing."
Scott said she admires the late Princess Diana, so it’s a pleasure to witness the milestones of her sons.
“This is one of the biggest moments in Harry's life and I wanted to have a prime position to see him coming past, happy with his bride," she said. "Oh, I just can't wait."