EPA/celia.walden/InstagramThe goodie bags contained chocolate, shortbread, wedding programme and fridge magnet
The canvas bags - inscribed with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s initials - also treated guests to a wedding programme, fridge magnet, bottle of Windsor Castle water and a voucher for 20 percent off the castle shop.
Community Champions - charity workers, local volunteers, community stalwarts and those who “made their cities, towns and villages a better place to live” - were allowed in the grounds of Windsor Castle during the royal event.
They were able to catch glimpses of famous faces such as the Queen, George Clooney and David Beckham, which they said made it a day they would remember for the rest of their lives.
Borja Furze, 12, who was an amputee at birth and was invited to the Royal wedding after founding the Anxiety Group to help seven pupils adjust to high school, said she felt like a famous star.
She said: “People were cheering as we were going past. I felt like a celebrity. I will always remember today.”