Members of the public are travelling hundreds of miles to try and see Pippa's wedding

Pippa Middleton and James Matthews are getting married in the present day (Picture: PA)

People who haven’t been invited to Pippa Middleton’s marriage ceremony have been travelling a whole lot of miles throughout the nation to try to see a few of it anyway.

Well-wishers who know neither the Middletons or the household of groom James Matthews are going to Englefield, West Berkshire, to catch a glimpse of the royals and of Suits actress Meghan Markle.

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‘I wish to see little George and Charlotte,’ Janice Clayton, 74, informed the BBC.

Janice arrived in Englefield on Friday from her house in Merseyside, greater than 200 miles away.

‘It could be beautiful if Harry’s girlfriend, Meghan Markle I imagine, was right here.’

Members of the public are travelling hundreds of miles to try and see Pippa's wedding

People have travelled a whole lot of miles to St Mark’s Church in Englefield (Picture: Getty Images)

Theresa Peters, 84, has additionally travelled all the way in which from Swansea in west Wales within the hope of ‘getting a glimpse of some well-known faces’.

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Swansea is round 150 miles from St Mark’s Church – a two and a half hour drive.

And John Haley, who owns the Old Boot Inn in Stanford Dingley, stated there was lots of ‘buzz’ across the space with folks visiting simply to see the marriage.

‘We’re all actually comfortable for Pippa,’ he stated. ‘We’ll be having a celebration.’

Members of the public are travelling hundreds of miles to try and see Pippa's wedding

Pippa and James are getting married at St Mark’s Church in Englefield (Picture: Getty Images)

But regardless of their finest efforts, there’s little probability they’ll see something of substance.

As high-profile royals such because the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are attending, the marriage shall be protected by the Met Police’s royal safety unit.

Photographs of the marriage may even be closely managed – though it is going to be going down in a big glass marquee.