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"We're not here because we like being here. It's just, you know, due to circumstances. Everybody's got a different story as to why they're homeless, you know, and because of this royal wedding, that's why they want to airbrush us out of the way," she said. "We want (Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's) wedding to be as lovely and grand as they want it to be," Tracy continued. "We don't want to be here like this. We don't want to put shame on them, you know? We want to be part of it as well, you know, whether we're homeless or not." British Prime Minister Theresa May said she did not agree with Dudley's letter, and an online petition was set up on January 4 demanding the call to clear Windsor's streets of homeless people by the date of the royal wedding be withdrawn. At time of writing, it had received nearly 232,000 signatures. On Wednesday, Dudley told the BBC that his comments had been misunderstood.
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