Police have been seen clearing away sleeping bags and other possessions belonging to homeless people ahead of the Royal wedding in a video obtained by MailOnline.
The entire areas around Windsor castle is being placed on lock-down as anti-error bollards are erected and a heavy police presence moves in, ahead of Saturday's nuptials between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
Ahead of a dress rehearsal on Thursday the Berkshire town is being swept for safety risks.
However, while measures were taken to improve security, officers also moved rough sleepers.
The video clip shows officers asking two homeless men, who had pitched up this afternoon outside a Barclay's Bank opposite Windsor Castle, to pack up their items in see-through bags which are later sealed and taken away in a police van.
They were told the bags, which were filled with bedding, books and magazines, will be kept in storage until Monday.
A woman clutching a blue sleeping bag is seen talking to police at first before she quickly moves on clutching her possessions.
Police said today they were offering the homeless an opportunity to store their belongings until after the big day.'
Read more: Police officers REMOVE sleeping bags and belongings of homeless people living on streets outside Windsor Castle - but promise to return them after the royal wedding
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