Royal wedding pro jumps the pond again

Haddonfield woman happens upon UK during noble nuptials

Cherri Gregg
May 18, 2018 - 10:15 pm
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The BBC has waived the licence fee for local communities wanting to watch the royal wedding. (Photo by PA Images/Sipa USA) *** US Rights Only ***

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WINDSOR, ENGLAND (KYW Newsradio) — On Saturday morning all eyes will be American actress Meghan Markle as she walks down the aisle to marry Prince Harry in Windsor, England.

KYW Community Affairs reporter Cherri Gregg spoke to a Haddonfield New Jersey woman who just happens to be in the UK for her second royal wedding.

"I could not have been happier that I am going to he here for this."

A Cheryl Squadrito is staying in Fitzrovia section of Central London. She arrived Thursday- and says Harry-Meghan sovenirs and decorations are everywhere and the vibe.

"It's just feel really good here — it's just happy."

Squadrito was also in London in 1986 for marriage of Prince Andrew to Sarah Ferguson. A PR pro, she remembers tabloid stories about Andrew's bachelor party- but with Meghan and Prince Harry- the media.

"Instead of looking for the bad things, they;ve been looking for the positive in this relationship."

Squadrito — who traveled to London to see her English beau — is hoping the wedding brings US and UK together.

"Our relationship could be warmer and stronger with Britain."

Squadrito said she'll be at a wedding watch party Saturday, complete with hats, tea and crumpettes.