Prince William and Kate Middleton are plugging right along with planning their upcoming April 29th nuptials. And earlier today (January 5), Clarence House revealed new details about their royal wedding day and also took to Twitter to share the news.
“Prince William and Miss Catherine Middleton have made more decisions on their upcoming wedding. More tweets to follow.”
The start time for the couple’s Westminster Abbey ceremony is 11 am. William and his bride-to-be — who will have arrived to the church by car — will be married by the Archbishop of Canterbury. The Dean of Westminster will oversee the service, while the Bishop of London will deliver the address.
Once officially betrothed, the royal newlyweds will take the traditional “processsional route” — Parliament Square, Whitehall, Horse Guards Parade and The Mall — via carriage to Buckingham Palace. Countless on-lookers will certainly swarm the sidewalks during this time, anxious to get a glimpse of England’s possible future king and queen. A reception hosted by William’s grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, will follow.
Prince Charles will later hold a private dinner, with dancing, for his son and new daughter-in-law. Only close friends and family will be included.