Near the end of April last month, we covered how the UK LEGOLAND theme park in Windsor celebrated the birth of Prince Louis, third child of Prince William and Kate, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, with a Royal Baby presentation scene on a LEGO Buckingham Palace in their Miniland area.
And it looks like LEGOLAND Windsor’s builder team hasn’t let up their meticulous work, for their next Miniland construction project shall celebrate another Royal event: the wedding of Prince Harry to American actress Meghan Markle. The two will be wed May 19 next week at Windsor Castle, near LEGOLAND Windsor.
The LEGO Windsor Castle erected for the display on Miniland, plus the brick figures that populate the setting, are made out of 39,960 bricks total. The builders took 592 hours (almost 25 days) to build the castle and assemble the wedding party: Prince Harry and Meghan in wedding attire, the Royal Family (Prince Louis stayed home though), and celebrity guests.
Keep a lookout for Elton John and the Spice Girls.
LEGOLAND Windsor aims to make their namesake Windsor Castle a permanent LEGO structure in Miniland. Guests can see the display, which opened Wednesday May 9, should they visit right now.