The contents of the royal wedding goodie bags handed out to Community Champions yesterday have been revealed.
The canvas bags inscribed with Harry and Meghan's initials were packed with a giant chocolate coin, a tin of shortbread, a fridge magnet and a voucher for 20 per cent off in the castle shop, the Daily Mail reported.
A bottle of Windsor Castle water and a wedding programme were also included.
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 yesterday.
They said it was a day they would remember for the rest of their lives after seeing famous faces such as the Queen, George Clooney and David Beckham enter the chapel.
Jorja Furze, 12, who was an amputee at birth and was invited to the wedding after setting up an Anxiety Group to help year seven pupils adjust to high school, said everyone was in a "happy mood".
Her mother, Gabrielle, said the pair were taken for a ride in a buggy which followed the route the carriage carrying Prince Harry and Meghan took.
Jorja said: "People were cheering as we were going past. I felt like a celebrity. I will always remember today."
Hayley Ash and Tessa Hince, both 32, who were invited for their work with those who are lonely at Christmas, said they were starstruck by the celebrities they saw.
Ms Ash said: "It was quite a surreal moment when we started hearing bottles of fizz popping.
"It was quite a show really watching everyone going in. We were sat right outside the entrance – we saw everything."
Ms Hince added: "It was so crazy. We got pictures of David Beckham, George Clooney, Victoria Beckham, Prince Harry and Prince William walking in. I couldn't believe how close we got to everyone."
The pair continued to say they day inspired them to keep up their charity work.
Rashid Bhayat, CEO of the Positive Youth Foundation, who followed proceedings through the speakers outside the grounds, said: "It was a really positive experience.
"I'm absolutely glad we came along and we will continue to use the day as a way of increasing the profile of what we do."