Metropolitan police today arrested 43 people from the royal wedding security zone here to ensure the high profile event went smoothly.
People were arrested on suspicion of various offences including breach of the peace, being drunk and disorderly, theft, assault and criminal damage, BBC reported quoting the police.
Police have mounted a huge security operation around Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey as thousands of people lined the procession route of Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Meanwhile, police questioned two anti-Royal Wedding protesters.
Scotland Yard beefed up its stop and search powers as a small group of masked anarchists gathered in Soho Square, central London, the Daily Mail said.
The Soho Square demonstrators are believed to be connected to the Right Royal Orgy group, while the Red Lion Square group were said to be from the Republican Tea Party.