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By jimlyons | Posted on April 22nd, 2011
Kate will not “obey” William. In their wedding vows, Kate will promise to “love, comfort, honor and keep” William, but will omit “obey.”
By jimlyons | Posted on April 19th, 2011
Proving once again they are no longer flummoxed by technology, royal officials have announced they will stream the wedding live on YouTube, The Associated Press reports. The four-hour presentation will include the Westminster Abbey ...
By jimlyons | Posted on March 24th, 2011
Good news for Prince Charles. A new poll says that 45 percent of Britons would prefer him to succeed his mother, Queen Elizabeth, as reigning monarch.
By jimlyons | Posted on March 16th, 2011
By Laura Trevelyan | Posted on February 9th, 2011
As Prince William and Kate Middleton draw up the order of service for their own wedding at Westminster Abbey, they have plenty of family examples rich in tradition to study, and no end of ceremonial music to choose from. The first ...
By peterhunt | Posted on February 8th, 2011
What are the laws that govern royal marriages? Peter Hunt, BBC's royal correspondent, looks at the rules that bind Prince William and Kate Middleton as they prepare to walk down the aisle.
By jimlyons | Posted on February 7th, 2011
Perhaps this is someone’s idea of good taste. Crown Carveries, a UK pub chain, has unveiled a portrait of Prince William and Kate Middleton using only the ingredients in a roast dinner.
By Laura Trevelyan | Posted on February 4th, 2011
As the royal wedding approaches, Nicky Perry is making elaborate plans to celebrate Prince William and Kate Middleton‘s marriage. “We’re going to have ourselves a right old knees-up,” says the exuberant owner of Tea ...
11 weeks until the royal couple walks down the aisle. Brides Magazine deputy editor Sally Kilbridge takes on a crucial planning point for Kate Middleton — the hair and makeup.
By Laura Trevelyan | Posted on February 1st, 2011
Wallis Simpson never became Queen, but the Baltimore-raised society hostess did win the heart of a King. The 1930s love affair between Wallis, the American socialite, and King Edward VIII, ended with the King abdicating so he could be ...