The Royal Wedding In 2011 Of Prince William And Kate Middleton
The royal wedding in 2011 of Prince William and Kate Middleton will take place on April the 29th. April 29th is a Friday and will be declared a bank holiday. Prime Minister, David Cameron wants to have a great deal of people celebrating the event. This is the reason for the holiday. Here is more on the event.
He gave a ring to her in October 2010. This happened in Africa during their holiday. The ring had a lot of historical significance, as it was the ring given to Diana from Prince Charles. The ring was made of white gold and had fourteen diamonds and one large sapphire. The couple announced their plans for marriage on 11/16/2010. The queen was very happy with the news.
His full name is William Arthur Phillip Louis of Wales. His father, Charles is next in line to the throne of England. His mother is the late Diana Spenser (Lady Diana). He is next in line to be king, after his father. He is still in active service in the military, and is qualified as a helicopter pilot.
The Bride to Be
Catherine Elizabeth was born on January 9, 1982. She was born to Michael and Carol Middleton (former Goldsmith, along with two younger siblings. She received an education at the University of Saint Andrews in art history. She has worked at a firm that sells party supplies, which her parents set up.
The Wedding Ceremony
The ceremony is to take place at Westminister Abbey. It is believed that the couple wants this location for the sense of intimacy that it invokes. They also feel that it is a beautiful location.
The royal wedding in 2011 of Prince William and Kate Middleton is scheduled to take place in Westminister Abbey. It will be on 4/29/2011. This day will be a bank holiday, too. Her engagement ring has fourteen diamonds and one large sapphire. It is the engagement ring of Diana, his mother. He is in the military and she works selling party supplies.