Described as Britain’s biggest ever media event – hundreds of millions of people around the world will be watching the royal wedding. To bring events to the global audience, thousands of journalists have arrived in London, where temporary studios and all manner of vantage points have been constructed. Nick Higham reports. Journalists from across the world have swooped on London to capture the pomp and pageantry of the royal wedding and cover the finale of the fairytale romance between Prince William and commoner Kate Middleton . Every vantage point around Westminster Abbey has been taken up by television cameras and temporary studios, while an entire media village has sprung up near the Buckingham Palace. On Friday, there will be blanket coverage from early morning on major global television channels, including the BBC, which has made arrangements for coverage on radio and online as well, apart from television. The London-based Foreign Press Association ( FPA )) has provided a detailed 13-page ‘Media Briefing Document’ on the event, setting out arrangements, timings, route, costs, as well as biographies of Prince William and Kate Middleton. “The Royal Family, with a private contribution from the Middleton Family, will pay for all those aspects of the day that constitute the wedding (eg. the Abbey service, flowers, dresses, carriage procession, reception and dinner). The Government and other bodies will pay for costs that are consequential to the wedding,” the briefing …
Since April 29th, the life of the Duchess of Cambridge Catherine Middleton has changed. But what have they become since then? They spent their honeymoon in a very discreet place in the Seychelles. They live in Anglesey, trying to lead a “normal” life, even though their royal duties have already started… Music: Written in the Stars (instrumental version)- Tinie Tempah
Etiquette expert William Hanson is the mystery guest from series 4, episode 6 and teaches comedian Russell Howard some Royal Protocol in the run up to the Royal Wedding. Follow William on Twitter – @williamhanson
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Prince William and Kate to get married so the Queen orders 300 bottles of champange, I wonder what she’s like drunk?
Prince William and Kate Middleton have been pronounced husband and wife at Westminster Abbey in London. Kate – wearing an ivory and white satin wedding dress and a tiara – walked up the aisle on the arm of her father, Michael.
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Prince William engaged to Kate Middleton Prince William engaged to Kate Middleton Prince William engaged to Kate Middleton Britain’s Prince William is engaged to Kate Middleton, the British royal family announced Tuesday, ending years of speculation about whether and when the prince would propose to his longtime girlfriend. The prince and Middleton, both 28, have been dating since 2003. Rumors have been rife for years that they have been close to marriage. The wedding will take place in London in the spring or summer of 2011, said a statement from Clarence House, William’s home near Buckingham Palace. It said further details would be announced “in due course.” “Prince William and Miss Middleton became engaged in October during a private holiday in Kenya,” the statement said. “Prince William has informed the queen and other close members of his family. Prince William has also sought the permission of Miss Middleton’s father. The royal engagement Prince William’s popularity Prince William and Kate Middleton engagement Kate Middleton in pictures RELATED TOPICS United Kingdom Prince William of Wales Kate Middleton Following the marriage, the couple will live in north Wales where Prince William will continue to serve with the Royal Air Force. Buckingham Palace released a statement shortly afterwards, saying Queen Elizabeth and her husband, Prince Philip, are “absolutely delighted for them both.” Clarence House refused to say what Middleton will be called after she gets married …
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