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A homeless person sleeps in a doorway opposite Windsor Castle (and next to a pub named the "Duchess of Cambridge") on January 5, 2018 in Windsor, England. A homeless person’s belongings in a bus shelter outside Windsor Castle on January 5, 2018 in Windsor, England. Since there are believed to be only eight homeless people living in Windsor, this scare-mongering news has come as a shock to many. Yet, Dudley insists they are removed from the streets before the wedding. “Obviously, the level of tourist interest is set to multiply with the royal wedding in May 2018, and there are increased concerns from our residents about their safety,” Dudley said in his letter. “The whole situation presents a beautiful town in a sadly unfavorable light.” Many have since argued Dudley's perspective paints the town — well, at least one of its residents (i.e. him) — in just as "unfavorable light." Even British Prime Minister Theresa May, who also received Dudley's letter, spoke out publicly, saying that she disagreed with Dudley — and that councils must ensure there are accommodations for the homeless. It is not believed that Harry, Meghan, or any member of the royal family (or their staff, wedding planners, would-be guests etc. etc.) had raised any concerns about Windsor's homeless population.

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