ROYAL wedding fans will be able to get their fix of all the action on the big day, thanks to a free screening in Bracknell town centre.

The Lexicon is marking the marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle by setting up a giant 30ft by 18ft screen in Bond Square, near Waitrose, allowing members of the public to watch the wedding from the steps.

In addition, a red double decker bus will be parked up in the square, selling strawberries and cream to keep wedding fans refreshed throughout the day. Free activities will also be on offer for children, who can make their own royal crowns and decorate cupcakes.

People can also leave their own message to the happy couple in a commemorative congratulations book which will be delivered to Windsor Castle.

Sue Boor, head of marketing at The Lexicon said: “We think that the Royal Wedding provides a fabulous opportunity for visitors to The Lexicon to watch what promises to be a stunning occasion, all together in one place, to create a patriotic buzz in the town.”

The screen will be set up between 11am and 4pm on Saturday, May 19.