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Secret Bachelor Party for Prince William

It seems that Prince Williams has learned over the years how to keep his private events secret: Neither his Engagement nor his Stag Night were revealed until after they happened: The Palace confirmed, that there was a “a low-key party at a rural retreat at the weekend”, but further details weren’t given. The Party was organized by best man Prince Harry, who invited about 20 of Williams closest friends. (Continued)

Processional Route and Wedding Carriage revealed

Clarence House has revealed the route that the Royal Couple will take to and from the Wedding Ceremony as well as the vehicles that will be used. One of the highlights of the Celebrations will be the ride in a State Landau, that was specifically built for King Edward VII in 1902. It has been used before by Charles and Diana, and many other Royals, over the years. (Continued)

William and Kate ask for Donations instead of Wedding Gifts

If you weren’t sure what to give to a future king, who probably has everything – there is some relief: Prince William and Kate Middleton have set up the Prince William and Miss Catherine Middleton Charitable Gift Fund, asking well-wishers to donate money instead of gifts. The money will then go to a number of causes that the couple has carefully chosen. Most of them were not well known so far, but the couple thinks they deserve more attention. (Continued)

Royal Couple announces Musicians for the Wedding Service

Prince William and Kate Middleton have chosen two choirs, one orchestra and two fanfare teams to perform at their Wedding Service. (Continued)

Who will receive one of the 5000 invites to the wedding?

Since Prince William and Kate Middleton announced they were getting married this spring, a host of celebs have been begging for an invite to the wedding. P Diddy, JLS and Nicole Scherzinger have expressed their desire to attend the celebration. Peter Andre and Serbian Crown Prince Alexander II even claim they already are on the list. The Sun reports that the guest list will be 5.000 Names long, and will include 2.000 close friends and 3.000 politicians, public figures and foreign dignitaries, who are selected by the Lord Chamberlain’s Office. (Continued)

Royal Marriage on Friday 29 April at Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey, the venue of the Queen and Queen Mothers wedding, will host the Marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton, on Friday 29 April. Prime Minister David Cameron, a big fan of Royal weddings, called it “a happy and momentous occasion” and announced it would be marked a public holiday. (Continued)

It’s official: Prince William will marry Kate Middleton in 2011 – They became Engaged in October

“The Prince of Wales is delighted to announce the engagement of Prince William to Miss Catherine Middleton.” With this official press release, Clarence House announced today that Prince William, second in line to the throne, will marry Kate Middelton in 2011, the year that would have been the 30th anniversary of his parents’ wedding. It was also revealed that the couple became secretly engaged in October during their holiday in Kenya. (Continued)

Kate Middleton’s parents get invited to the Queen’s Scottish estate

Michael and Carol Middleton, the parents of Kate Middleton, spent the weekend at Balmoral, Prince Charles’s private residence on the Queen’s Scottish estate. The invitation fuels speculation that the younger couple are poised to announce their engagement after an eight year courtship. An insider commented “This is the Middletons being taught to be able to join the royals at play.” The couple were invited as part of a “country pursuits” house party which Prince William hosts about once a yearin the familys luxury retreat. Read more about this royal family weekend.

Royal Mint prepares Coin to celebrate Prince William and Kate’s wedding

According to the Mail on Sunday, the Royal Mint is starting preparations for the production of a commemorative coin to celebrate the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. This of course is fuelling speculation that at least the announcement of their engagement is imminent. But while the plaster model is already done, there is one detail thats still missing: the date. (Continued)

Ten Years Anniversary for William and Kate, and still nothing but Rumors

Ten years ago Prince William and Kate Middleton have first met at St Andrews University in Scotland. While many of Kates friends are now married and starting their families, she isn’t even engaged. One friend said to the Daily Star: “She can hardly believe that all those years have slipped by and she’s still uncertain about the future.” According to the press, William has promised to make an announcement within months. more