Prince Harry and Prince William Make a Surprise Visit to Greet Well-Wishers Outside Windsor Castle

Harry was "positively beaming" on his walkabout with his best man.

Prince Harry was grinning ear-to-ear during a walkabout with his brother and best man, the Duke of Cambridge, as they greeted well-wishers outside of Windsor Castle on the eve of the royal wedding

Royal commenter Omid Scobie said that the 33-year-old prince was "positively beaming!" in a Tweet, while the nearly-married royal told ET's Kevin Frazier, "Of course! Of course [I'm ready]."

Prince Harry wore a gray jacket with a white button-up and navy slacks, while his brother, Prince William, wore navy. At one point a fan gave Prince Harry a teddy bear wearing a red sweater that he carried during the rest of the walk.

While Prince Harry was busy talking to the crowd, Prince William told fans that he hoped they can get a good night's sleep before the wedding tomorrow.

At the same time, Meghan Markle arrived with her mother, Doria Ragland, at Cliveden House just outside of Windsor where they will be spending the night before the wedding. When asked how she was feeling, Markle told reporters that she was, "Wonderful, thank you!" Earlier in the day, Ragland joined her daughter and Prince Harry for tea at Windsor Castle so she could meet the Queen and Prince Philip before the wedding.

Prince Harry and Prince William will spend the night at Coworth Park, a luxury hotel between Ascot and Windsor where the brothers have played polo together before.

The couple will reunite tomorrow morning at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle to exchange "I dos" and get married.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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