Little-known facts about the royal wedding preparations
Reuters/Toby Melville 20 April 2011 | By Peter Hunt As preparations for Prince William and Kate Middleton’s April 29 wedding continue, BBC royal correspondent Peter Hunt reveals what’s happening behind-the-scenes. ( Follow Mr. Hunt on Twitter.) When an estimated two billion people around the world are tuning in to hear you sing, there’s one thing [... ]
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GMA News TV to air docu on Prince William and Kate on April 24
Get all the insider information on the event of the year on William and Kate: Inside the Royal Wedding, a documentary by Indigo Films airing this Sunday night on GMA News TV.
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Kate Middleton, and Prince William royal wedding news by “Wedding Day TV” 09/04/11 Presented by Peter Sefton
Prince William and Kate Middleton will travel the world together, but there will always be a special place in their hearts for St Andrews, the Scottish university town where they met and fell in love. The story began almost ten years ago. It was September 2001, the first day of term, and the entire place was buzzing. Large crowds lined the streets, anxious for a glimpse of the new student in town – Prince William. William, accompanied by his father, walked straight over to greet members of the public, which included hundreds of enthusiastic teenage admirers. That day marked William’s only public walkabout during his three years as a student in the town. Kate Middleton started university at the same time as Prince William, and the two became close friends. Information provided by cctv.com Thank you www.cctv.com http
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(Kindle eBook) Bushwhack – www.amazon.com – a serial story of off trail hiking in the pacific northwest (Paperback Book) Bushwhack – www.amazon.com Breaking News Prince Harry, during an unannounced visit to British Columbia, Canada, has been reported as missing. Participating in an off-trail hike, also known as a bushwhack, the Prince was part of a group of trekkers organized by the local extreme sports company Eco-Xtreme Adventures. The group failed to emerge from the dense wilderness of the rugged coastal range mountains at the pre-arranged time and place. So far there has been no communication from the group even though they have been reported to be carrying satellite telephones. The leader of the bushwhacking group is an experienced backcountry guide with many years of experience says the owner / operator of Eco-Xtreme Adventures. As a precaution a full complement of search and rescue assets have been dispatched to search for the missing hikers. Prince Harry is no stranger to the danger of extreme sports and is said to be well equipped to handle the adverse conditions that he may be encountering. There has been no official word from Windsor Palace as of yet but it is believed that a statement is forthcoming. Robert Mills, BBC News, British Columbia, Canada.
The wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton will be taking place on Friday the 29th of April 2011 at Westminster Abbey.
Sandra Sully presents this Ten News special following the announcement of Prince William proposing to his now fiancee, Kate Middleton. © Ten Network Australia 2010