Legoland Windsor has used over 39,060 Lego bricks to envision Harry and Meghan’s big day ahead of the royal wedding.
It took 11 model makers 600 hours to create the extensive toy version of the wedding, which includes a Lego Windsor castle, the royal guard and a large crowd watching from outside the castle gates.
It’s portrayed in extraordinary detail, and features miniature models of Meghan and Prince Harry as bride and groom, as well as Lego versions of Meghan's parents, the Queen, Prince Phillip, Prince Charles, Camilla, Kate, William, Prince George, and Princess Charlotte.
Prince Harry is depicted with orange Lego hair and Meghan is complete with a veil and a traditional long gown. Prince William and Prince Phillip both have a blue sash and medals emblazoned on their chests.
The happy couple is seated in a miniature Ascot Landau carriage, which was made out of 1,500 bricks.
The model replica can be viewed until November this year at Legoland Windsor Resort.