Royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton

Kate Middleton is engaged with William and the Diamond ring she wears  comes from Princes Diana, Willi's mother.
A Spectacular Grand Ceremony to enjoy.
Kate and William
The world has seen a Royal Wedding Ceremony between Prince William, the first son of Prince Charles and Pricess Diana (died in August 31, 1997) and Kate Middleton. This myth like ceremony has taken place on April 29, 2011, as it was officially confirmed on 16th November 2010 when the couple announced their engagement, which had taken place in October while the couple were on holiday in Kenya. The rituals will take place in the morning in the St Paul's Cathedral in Westminster Abbey. St Paul's Cathedral has become synonymous with the marriage of Lady Diana Spencer to the Prince of Wales. It is the place where Lady Diana's funeral took place. A St James's Palace spokesman said: "Catherine Middleton was confirmed by the Bishop of London at a private service at St James's Palace attended by her family and Prince William. Miss Middleton, who was already baptised, decided to be confirmed as part of her marriage preparations." William was also confirmed by the Bishop of London during a ceremony held at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, in March 1997 when he was 14. The day will be observed as public holiday.

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Official consent from the Queen
UK royal wedding schedule

Royal officials released an estimated schedule for the April 29 royal wedding of Prince William and fiancée Kate Middleton at London's Westminster Abbey.
0830 a.m. BST: Guests begin arriving at Westminster Abbey. 
10 a.m. BST: The royal family begin to take their places at the Abbey, with Queen Elizabeth II        and her husband the last to arrive. Prince William heads to the Abbey joined by his best man, Prince Harry.
1100 BST: The bride arrives at the Abbey; the ceremony begins.
1215 BST: William and his new wife emerge from the Abbey and depart
in the 1902 State Landau, a carriage, for the trip to Buckingham Palace.
1325 BST: The newlyweds and their families make their appearance on the
palace balcony.
1330 BST: The royals watch an air force flyover before returning inside
for the queen's reception.

William and Kate in a Royal ceremony
Lord Chamberlain,the senior official of the Royal Household has done all kinds of arrangement and the marriage will be solemnized by the Archbishop of Canterbury at the service. A carriage procession consisting of up three coaches carries the royal couple and members of the Royal family back to Buckingham palace. The royal newlyweds then appears on the balcony of the Palace to be greeted by the crowds gathered below around the Victoria Memorial. They have been escorted by the Household Cavalry and guards of honor mounted at both ends and the route lined by members of Her Majesty's Armed Forces.

The royal bridegroom had his brother Harry as "a best man" with him and the bride's maid of honour was her younger sister, Pippa. The role of bridesmail was performed by Lady Luise Windsor, seven, eight-year old Princess Margarita Armstrong-Jones, and Eliza Lopes and Grace van Cutsem. Prince William receives a dukedom of Cambridge upon his marriage and Kate becomes The Duchess.

Official Program cover

After the Wedding
The Duke temporarily has given up the plan to go to honeymoon. He is returning to his workplace first. But later in the year they will probably go to New Zealand as during the wedding some hints were found but no one to confirm.
Some think that they will go to Kenya, some think that it will be Scotland or Wales or Maldives or Australia or New Zealand. However, Prince Williams's father, His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, and Her Majesty The Queen spent part of their respective honeymoons at Broadlands in Hampshire, the former home of Earl Mountbatten of Burma. Other likely places are Kenya, where Prince William proposed to Miss Middleton, Australia or even the Scilly Isles off the Cornish coast. Yet one arrangement is confirm and that is their first official overseas tour to Canada.

About Wedding Gown
The mystery of Kate's wedding gown has at last been revealed.
Moments after she appeared at the entrance of Westminster Abbey, the BBC tweeted: "Kate Middleton's wedding dress is an ivory gown with lace applique floral detail designed by Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen." “Miss Middleton chose British brand Alexander McQueen for the beauty of its craftsmanship and its respect for traditional workmanship and the technical construction of clothing," the statement posted on Royal channel.
Kate's Wedding Gown (Designed by Sarah Burton)

According to the statement released by Clarence House, "Miss Middleton wished for her dress to combine tradition and modernity with the artistic vision that characterises Alexander McQueen’s work. Miss Middleton worked closely with Sarah Burton in formulating the design of her dress.

The dress epitomises timeless British craftsmanship by drawing together talented and skilled workmanship from across the United Kingdom. The dress design pays tribute to the Arts and Crafts tradition, which advocated truth to materials and traditional craftsmanship using simple forms and often Romantic styles of decoration. Ms Burton’s design draws on this heritage, additionally giving the cut and the intricate embellishment a distinctive, contemporary and feminine character."

But earlier Burton repeated denied the fact that she has been doing an exceptional job. It is also known to all what she is wearing under the gown and it is "glamorous and sexy" hosiery by Aristoc.

Wedding ring
The wedding ring was given by Queen Elizabeth on behalf of kingdom. Though it is little, it bears it's honor with it.
The Wedding Ring 
The engagement ring she wears is no other than the sapphire band ring Lady Diana wore. But the bride to be is so slim that she is having her ring shrunnk to fit by Royal jewellers. The price of the ring is about 32million Pound Sterling. Kate, 29, displayed the ring on slender hands on Monday during her last official outing before she weds Prince William. Will and Kate are having the ring made smaller because she is terrified it will fall off during the long ceremonial ritual will be going on.

About Kate Middleton

Prince William’s fiancee's original name is Catherine Elizabeth Middleton, normally referred to as Kate Middleton, She is now 29 as she was born on the 9th of January 1982 in Berkshire. Kate Middleton is the eldest child of Michael Middleton who was and airline officer and later
formed a mail order company. Her mother is Carole Middleton, ex air hostess, and she has a younger sister Philippa (known as Pippa) and a younger brother James. This very mail order company made them millionaires. Kate grew up in Bucklebury, a small village on the river Pang in the county of Berkshire.

Kate Middleton’s Education

Kate was privately educated first at St Andrew’s School In Pangbourne, Berkshire. She then attended Downe House, a girl’s school in Cold Ash in Berkshire, for a term before transferring to the co-educational Marlborough College in Wiltshire. A bright girl, Kate Middleton achieved 11 GCSEs and 3 A Levels in Maths, Art and English.
After A Levels Kate attended St Andrew’s University in Fife, Scotland. Kate studied for a degree in the History of Art and it was during her studies in Scotland that she met and became friends with Prince William who was studying geography at the University.

Beginning of the relationship between Kate and Prince William

In 2005 Kate Middleton graduated from St Andrews with an upper second class honours degree in the History of Art. It is believed that it was around Christmas 2003 that Kate Middleton’s relationship with Prince William turned from friend to girlfriend. Certainly by April 2004 Kate was William’s acknowledged girlfriend, when the couple were seen in public on a skiing trip in Klosters, Switzerland. After a long time they decided to marry and Kate Middleton and Prince William finally confirmed it on 16th November 2010 when the couple announced their engagement, which had taken place in October,2010 while the couple were on holiday in Kenya.

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