British police announced that they have launched one of the largest security operations in their history, to ensure that the wedding of Prince Harry and American actress Megan Markle will pass peacefully next month.
“This is a big operation for any police force, which is one of the biggest operations I have done,” said Wendy Turner, police coordinator for Windsor Township. “Of course we want everything to go smoothly.”
He said police would set up roadblocks to prevent vehicular attacks, armed patrols and security measures such as those used at airports to avoid any security problems.
Kellab, an explosives monitor, searched mailboxes, public telephone booths and sewage pipes at the start of the operation.
Harry’s 33-year-old wedding will take place on May 19 at St. George’s Church in Windsor Castle, the residence of Prince Harry, Queen Elizabeth II, 30 kilometers west of London.