London: British Prime Minister David Cameron has asked his countrymen to shed their inhibitions and "have fun" at the royal wedding of Prince William, saying "Let`s make this a day to remember".
"Don`t interfere, don`t get in the way and don`t make problems where there are none. Let people get on and have fun," Cameron wrote Monday in a special column for The Sun.
"And my message to everyone who wants to have a street party is - I`m having one and I want you to go ahead and have one too."
"The truth is that this is a great chance for communities to come together and celebrate. Let`s make this a day to remember. For everyone," the prime minister wrote.
William weds Kate Middleton at the Westminster Abbey April 29.
Cameron will stage a bash at Downing Street with wife Samantha to help put the country in a party mood.
"There are already around 4,000 street parties planned across Britain and there`s still time to organise many more. Samantha and I will be holding one in Downing Street and bringing together local people and charities."
"I`ve got huge respect for Prince William and Catherine Middleton and wish them every happiness," he said.
"But it`s also a special day for everyone in Britain. It`s a chance for all of us to come together and celebrate the great things about our country."
"There are lots of ways to do this, and we`ve got a fantastic tradition in Britain of celebrating these big national occasions."
"This wedding should be just as exciting an occasion for people across Britain to get together - and one great way of doing that is by holding a street party."