If you fancy celebrating Prince Harry's upcoming nuptials in style, then you are in luck.

In anticipation of the royal wedding, Croydon Council announced people will be allowed to close off their roads for an old-fashioned street party.

Revellers will be able to apply to the council to be able to stop traffic on their road on May 19.

Not only that, but the council announced that people will not be charged for road closures associated with the royal wedding.

It will be a busy few weeks in Croydon as just two weeks after the marriage between the prince and Meghan Markle, the annual Big Lunch will be getting people out and about once more.

Julian Ellerby, council's director with responsibility for communities said: “The Big Lunch is always a popular event in the Croydon calendar, giving residents the opportunity to meet, chat, eat and, who knows, maybe dance with neighbours they don’t get a chance to interact with on a regular basis because of the busy lives we all lead.

“This year, residents are being given a second chance to get into their street party outfits by celebrating the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

“I’d say to anybody thinking about organising a royal wedding party or a Big Lunch – in their street, on a local green, in their block of flats, or at their community centre – to go right ahead. You’ll have a good time, make new friends and, possibly, get to sample food you’ve never previously tasted.”

To make sure you don't miss out on either opportunity to turn your street into the talk of the town, click here to submit an party event form.