Talk about access: Virtuoso’s insider connections just may secure you the best view for the biggest wedding of the year. Prince Harry will wed American actress Meghan Markle at Windsor Castle on May 19, 2018, and you could be there for the big day, as close as possible without an actual wedding invitation.

Windsor Castle view
Virtuoso travelers will enjoy this view for the royal wedding. (Photo courtesy of Nicola Butler.)

The small town of Windsor, unlike central London where the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (also known as William and Kate) got married, has just one street (pictured above) and six buildings opposite Windsor Castle’s entrance, where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will wed. Nicola Butler of NoteWorthy, one of Virtuoso’s on-site tour connections in the U.K., has secured eight spots in one of them, exclusively for clients of Virtuoso travel advisors.

“It will be a day full of the best of British pomp and circumstance,” says Butler. “We’ll be at the very heart of it all, watching wedding guests arrive and depart and enjoying great food and drink!”

Fifty thousand people are expected to line the streets of Windsor. While the couple’s exact route and timing is yet to be confirmed, they (and their wedding guests) will almost certainly pass directly in front of NoteWorthy’s space.

The viewing party follows a tradition of exclusive experiences NoteWorthy organizes for Virtuoso travelers. Last year, the company offered 16 spots for a dinner with Prince Charles and his charity, with some seats at his table, and they also arranged viewings for William and Catherine’s wedding in 2011 as well as the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012.

To get in on the royal affair, call your Virtuoso travel advisor, or find an advisor here if you don’t have one, and ask about reserving Noteworthy’s royal wedding experience. Tickets are extremely limited and will sell out fast.

Top photo: Windsor Castle (Getty Images/walencienne).