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A Royal Wedding in April 2011

Posted By on November 23, 2010

Prince William and Kate Middleton have today announced that they will be marrying at Westminster Abbey on the 29th April 2011. David Cameron, the British Prime Minister, has announced that the day will be marked by a public holiday so those in the UK will be able to travel to London to try and get a glimpse of the royal couple or watch it on TV.

You can find out more in the BBC News Report.

6 thoughts on “A Royal Wedding in April 2011”

  1. lisaannejane says:

    I wish it was not on April 29, however, as that will be my 50th birthday. Kate gets married and I will be celebrating my 50th b-day hearing about it all day! Change it to April 26, my mom’s birthday – that would be much better,

  2. Heather says:

    As a lifelong anglophile American, I am embarrassingly excited about this event although I would never try to get near London on that date. I remember waking up brutally early in the morning in 1981 to watch the wedding of Charles and Diana on tv here in the States. Kate and William seem like level headed people, worthy of admiration and deserving of their day. It won’t be as private as they may prefer and I wish them the best. Such better role models than the self-indulgent Hollywood stars who spend just as much on their lavish ceremonies only to divorce bitterly just a few years later.

  3. Anyanka says:

    DD1′ s upset since it’s her birthday too.

    I’m surprised we haven’t had any other couples complaining how unfair it is since it’s thier special day too.

    1. Anyanka says:

      Wonder if we’ll get the day off in Canada…

  4. lisaannejane says:

    I am feeling sorry for myself – the big 50 and I feel like Princess Mary when Catherine Howard taunted her for being much older and not married, nor will ever be. I must admit I usually don’t think about it much so I guess my midlife crisis is coming early. It’s funny that 500 years later a woman can still feel incomplete in out society without marriage – I guess I am not as liberated as I thought.

  5. MegC says:

    Ridiculously excited about this wedding. I hope that some station decides to air it live here in the US as I was only a few months old when Charles and Diana tied the knot, so while I might have been awake for that wedding, I certainly had no clue what was going on.

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