Meghan Markle's mother has arrived in London ready to meet the Queen

Princess Charlotte with new baby brother Prince Louis.				CREDIT Rex Shutterstock

Princess Charlotte with new baby brother Prince Louis. CREDIT Rex Shutterstock

"With the Royal wedding happening just down the road, it felt only right to celebrate their special day with a new royal scene and it was a real thrill to be able to immortalize our local Castle in LEGO bricks for the first time ever", Paula Laughton, the head model maker at the Legoland Windsor Resort, said in a statement.

The limited edition cake is baked fresh in-store, and will be available at all stores until Sunday, May 20.

With the royal wedding mere days away, local businesses in Windsor are preparing to mark the high-profile event with festivities fit for a royal.

The title leaves no guesswork as to the focus, as the program concentrates on the personal and professional histories of Prince Harry's actress fiancee, with her half-sister Samantha Markle and some of Meghan's colleagues from the series "Suits" among the interviewees.

The cake will be decorated with white chocolate curls and topped with a sprinkling of pink rose petals.

In North America, Mother's Day is celebrated on the second Sunday in May. Final details are being ironed out and important family members are flying in, including Meghan's parents Doria Ragland and Thomas Markle.

Meghan Markle's mother has arrived!

"I managed to get some".

For dessert, the restaurant will also be offering an elderflower and lemon dessert, a nod to the royal wedding cake being made by celebrated pastry chef Claire Ptak, the owner of the London-based Violet Bakery.

The bride's dress is reportedly a bespoke creation by Ralph & Russo for £100,000, which will be paid for privately by Prince Harry and his family.

As reported by The Telegraph, Harry and Meghan will get married at St George's Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle in London on May 19 at 12 p.m. local time.

The pale ale combines British and American hops, barley grown locally on the Royal Farms in Windsor - and a finishing touch of champagne yeast, to produce an "intense and distinctive tropical fruit aroma including mango, lychees and passion fruit".

Honey, they shrunk the royal wedding!

While Kensington Palace doesn't comment on tabloid reports, Gossip Cop did reach out to a royal staffer regarding Star's recent report claiming that Markle has lost a dramatic amount of weight in the run up to her wedding. It is not yet known where they'll be staying on the night before the wedding but having said that it's sure to be a five-star hotel at the very least.

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