Prince William and Kate Middleton to Tie the Knot on April 29 Next Year

Prince William and Kate Middleton to Tie the Knot on April 29 Next Year

Prince William and Kate Middleton to Tie the Knot on April 29 Next YearBritain’s Prince William and longtime girlfriend Kate Middleton have announced the date for their wedding as the 29th of April, 2011. The couple has chosen the Westminster Abbey, Clarence House as the venue for the royal wedding.

The princes’ private secretary, Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton said that the couple were in complete control of the wedding and its arrangements and were extremely happy. The sentiment behind choosing the date and venue is the British fondness for spring weather and the spellbinding beauty and magnificence of the venue.

The announcement of a royal wedding had not gone down well with many taxpayers as the country is still taking baby steps towards economic recovery after being hit hard by the recession. The royal family along with the Middletons have clarified that the cost of the wedding arrangements will be met by them. The taxpayers’ money will only be used to pay for security cover on the day of the wedding.

The day will also be a bank holiday and will be the second long weekend to fall right after the Easter holiday. Meanwhile, Pete Broadbent, a bishop in the Church of England was suspended indefinitely after he commented disparagingly on the Prince William-Kate Middleton wedding. Broadbent commented on Facebook saying that the wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton would last only seven years. Even though he apologised to his superior, Broadbent has not been forgiven for his remarks.

29th April is also the feast of St. Catherine of Siena with whom the bride shares her first name with. The costs which will be borne by the royal family and the Middletons jointly include the cost for the service, the dress, flowers, reception and the honeymoon. For the security arrangement the royal family has clarified that no security personnel would be called form training or combat duties, they would instead be chosen from those already on ceremonial duties in London.

The royal family are said to be especially keen to have a simple ceremony by royal standards keeping in mind the situation of the national economy. Other royal weddings held at the Westminster Abbey include that of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh.

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