Most seasoned royal fans in Britain has staked out his place in front of Westminster Abbey for the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.
John Loughrey, 56, was the first to arrive last night with only a sleeping bag and two carrier bags at the start of a week-long vigil to ensure a prime position for the event.
He was dressed in a Kate and William T-shirt, emblazoned with the words "Diana Would Be Proud" with the images of Kate and William tied round his waist and a Union flag hat.
He became so well-known at the inquest - with "Diana" and later "Dodi" painted on his face - that he was even given a special mention by the coroner, Lord Justice Scott Baker.
Mr Loughrey, whose partner Marion died of skin cancer in 2003, also spent four days camped outside following the death of Diana in 1997.
He said he believed Miss Middleton and William would be together "forever".
"They have taken their time over marriage, unlike the Prince's late mother - she got married maybe far too young," he said.
"The Prince has learned from his mother to take his time."