Kate Moss has closed off two towns to ensure her wedding day runs perfectly.
Guests will have to flash permits to security who will be lining the roads leading into the town. Locals have also received permits so they can come and go as they please.
The British supermodel - who is marrying The Kills rocker Jamie Hince today (01.07.11) - has banned access to two small towns in the Cotswolds, South West England, and has sent all her guests special permits allowing them access to the wedding sites in the hope the big day goes unspoiled.
An insider told The Sun newspaper: "Kate hopes closing the towns will ensure there's no unwanted intrusion on her big day.
"Guests will have to flash permits to security who will be lining the roads leading into the town. Locals have also received permits so they can come and go as they please."
While the couple had originally planned to tie the knot in Kate's mansion in Oxfordshire, South East England, the 37-year-old catwalk beauty changed the venue after becoming worried it would not be big enough for her 400 guests.
However, those attending the nuptials could be surprised with the welcoming they receive at the event, as Kate has reportedly enlisted the services of a team of transvestites and naked men to chaperone guests at the wedding.
One guest recently revealed: "Kate has hired a small team of transvestites to chaperone guests to the toilets and back to their seats. Most of them will be 6ft 5ins in their heels.
"She's also having naked musclemen with fake tattoos on their backs and chests of Kate and Jamie's names and faces. Kate's hoping guests will have pictures with them."