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Windsor versus Wembley: which one do Brits care about more?

Harry and Meghan's wedding is on the same day as the FA Cup final. Which one will you be watching?

By Joe Twyman  

Photo: NurPhoto/SIPA USA/PA Images

Many of us have been there. The envelope drops through the letter box—or increasingly the email arrives in the inbox. A wedding is taking place and you are invited. You check your calendar and it’s bad news: you’re double booked.

This can be frustrating (or a huge relief) for many of us, but it is clearly a particular difficulty when the wedding in question is a Royal Wedding and you are the best man.

Harry and Meghan are set to tie the knot this weekend,…

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