Weddings are a cause for celebration of royal proportions. Royal weddings are a cause for celebration of EPIC proportions. Besides just the bride and groom's family and friends celebrating, the whole world is celebrating. And the Legoland attraction in Windsor whole-heartedly agrees.
The design has been planned down to the tiniest detail and is amazing enough to satisfy every Lego fan as well as every fan of the British Royal Family. For fans of both, this display is like candy for the eyes.
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There are guards in towers, a flower girl and ring bearer whose lego brick hair color resembles Prince George and Princess Charlotte's hair, photographers standing near the gates, and beyond the gates Lego-built fans stand to sneak a peek of the newly married couple.
The display took a team of eight Lego model makers over a total of 592 hours to complete using 39,960 Lego bricks to build the model of Windsor Castle along with the Royal Family members and attendees. Whoa! We love playing with Legos as much as the next Lego-loving adult (don't judge us) but 592 hours is a long time to endure anything. We have to wonder if these professional Lego builders (which sounds like a dream job when you're a kid) ever get tired of working with the tiny bricks of fun.
Since the royal wedding is just days away now, royal wedding mania has reached its height so it's no wonder large businesses and attractions, such as Legoland, have joined in on the fandom. Economists expect Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding to boost the British economy by an estimated 500 million pounds in royal wedding merch that businesses are pumping out, as well as the many, many British royal fans who will fly in from around the world hoping to catch a glimpse of the couple.
We wish Prince Harry and Meghan Markle all the best with their wedding and future as a couple!