The famous feature was packed with royalists for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's wedding in May.
But today it was was largely empty ahead of Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank tying the knot at St George's Chapel today.
Large patches of grass could be seen with just a couple of well-wishers waiting to catch a glimpse of the couple.
And despite security for the wedding costing an estimated £2million, there were more cops lining the streets than members of the public.
The Long Walk leads into Windsor Castle, with the couple inviting 1,200 members of the public to the castle's grounds for the occasion.
A further 850 guests including celebs such as Robbie Williams, Kate Moss and Demi Moore will watch from inside the chapel.
The wedding has been compared to Harry and Meghan's big day in May – with some raising eyebrows over the cost.
The cost of policing Harry and Meghan's wedding has been estimated at between £2million and £4million by the region's police and crime commissioner.
But the extra cost was down to the couple's carriage ride around Windsor, with Eugenie and Jack not travelling up the Long Walk to the castle.
It is understood the Royal Family are meeting the cost of the wedding privately but the hefty security bill will be placed on the taxpayer.
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