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Life of Kate Middleton
Princess in Training : Kate Middleton has been on the arm of one of Britain's most eligible bachelors for more than eight years. Take a look at the life of the woman destined to become a princess.
Kate is not a coal miner's daughter, but she is the great-granddaughter of a miner. Kate's family has deep roots in the coal mines of northern England. Her great-grandfather, Tom, pictured front left, worked in the coal pits. Kate's family connection to coal mining only adds to the commoner-turned-princess mystique.
Kate began learning about other cultures as a child. At age 2, she moved with her family to Amman, Jordan, for two and a half years. Kate's experiences abroad might help her relate to the many people who circulate through the palace gates. Kate is photographed here with her sister, Pippa, and father in Jerash, Jordan.
Kate Middleton, 5, smiles for a family photo. Little did she know she was preparing for a life in front of the cameras.
In this Middleton family photo, 3-year-old Kate scales up a rock on a family vacation in the Lake District in England. The official royal wedding site lists hill-walking as a favorite hobby of Kate's.
In June 2005, Kate graduated from St Andrews University in Scotland, where she studied art history. She went to high school at boarding school Marlborough College.
Kate Middleton and Prince William embrace after their graduation from St. Andrews University in June 2005. The pair has followed in the queen's footsteps and not shown much affection in public. This Middleton family picture captures a more relaxed and loving couple.
Prince William and Kate were said to have split in April 2007. Just a few short months later, she attended the Concert for Diana at Wembley Stadium in London, sitting with her brother only feet away from the prince. She was among the 70,000 people who joined Princes William and Harry for the concert in memory of their late mother.
Although Kate is regularly spotted at the prince’s ceremonies and polo matches, her attendance at Prince William’s graduation from The Royal Military Academy was seen as a game changer. This was the first time she attended an important event with the queen and other senior royals. Many saw it as a coming-out for the prince’s girlfriend.
Kate has supported William in all of his royal duties. Here, she attends the Annual Garter ceremony at Windsor Castle in June 2008 where Prince William was made a Royal Knight Companion of the Most Noble Order of the Garter by the queen, becoming the 1,000th in history.
Kate Middleton was raised in a middle-class family in Bucklebury, 60 miles outside London. Kate’s father, Michael, was an airline pilot and her mother, Carole, was a flight attendant before they started their own party supply business, Party Pieces, and became self-made millionaires. The Middletons made sure their daughters received a good education, sending them to some of the United Kingdom’s best schools. Prince William has described Kate’s parents as loving, caring, fun and welcoming.
Kate has attended charity events on the prince's arm, but royal watchers are waiting to see if she dives into that kind of work like William and his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, did. William is the patron or president of at least 20 organizations, and Diana was the president or patron of more than 100 charities during her marriage to Prince Charles.
Kate is a familiar face on the sidelines of the polo field, where she has often been seen cheering on Prince William.
Kate and William's isn't the only royal relationship taking the plunge. Here, Prince William’s younger brother, Prince Harry, attends a rugby match with his cousin, Zara Phillips, who is engaged to rugby player Mike Tindall.
Months before she is set to serve as Kate's maid of honor, Kate’s sister, Philippa “Pippa” Middleton, 27, attends the wedding of a friend.
Kate attends the Gatcombe Park Festival of British Eventing with friends in August 2005. She has proven herself to be a multitasker over the years, balancing academics, friends, family and her relationship with the heir to the British throne.
Over the years Kate has worn a bright smile to match her many hats. Her style sense is closely watched, and signature pieces include long jackets, boots and the occasional feathered fascinator. While Prince William became a lieutenant in the British Army, Kate worked as an accessories buyer for British clothing chain Jigsaw.
After eight years, Prince William and Kate, now referred to as Catherine, announce they will finally say “I do.” William popped the question at 28 – the youngest age that he said he would marry.
Prince William and Kate make their first official appearance since their engagement. In February 2011, Kate dedicates the Royal National Lifeboat Institution's (RNLI) new lifeboat with a bottle of Champagne.
Kate and Will make a visit to Anglesey in February 2011; the island off the coast of Wales is where they're said to live as husband and wife.
Smiling Kate meets members of the public – and potential neighbors – as she and Prince William attend a naming ceremony for a new lifeboat in Anglesey.
In February, Prince William and Kate return to their alma mater, University of St. Andrews in Scotland, where Kate first stole the prince’s heart. They make the trip six years after their graduation to launch a campaign marking the 600th anniversary of the university’s founding. Prince William is the patron of the campaign.
St. Andrews established a new scholarship in honor of William and Kate. The university presented the scholarship to the couple as a wedding gift in February.
Kate practices her kitchen skills while accompanying William on his first official visit to Northern Ireland. She's flipping pancakes to mark Shrove Tuesday, also known as Pancake Day, when the British indulge in sugar, fat, eggs and other foods that are not eaten during Lent. As Kate greeted the crowd that gathered in Belfast, one woman gave her a daffodil pin after Kate said she liked it. Kate held the pin in her hand while she flipped flapjacks with the other.
Kate Middleton talks to children during a visit to Witton Country Park in Darwen, northern England, on April 11. A large crowd of well-wishers braved a downpour to cheer Prince William and Kate Middleton as they took part in their final official engagement before their wedding.
Kate is poised, as usual, at William's Royal Military Academy graduation ceremony. When the cameras focused on the Middletons during the Sandhurst parade, Kate's mother, Carole, was spotted chewing gum -- a major faux pas.
Kate Middleton's Style Secret
After graduating from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, Middleton worked as an accessories buyer for Jigsaw, a British mass clothing store. During her time there, she collaborated with jewelry designer Claudia Bradby on a necklace that's now being reissued for $71.
Middleton's go-to designer is the Brazilian born Daniella Issa Helayel, who heads up the Issa label. (Stars like Madonna, Keira Knightley, Scarlett Johansson and Kate Moss also love her work.) Helayel's designs are known for their classic silhouettes and vibrant colors.
It's clear that Middleton turns to the color on important occasions. On the day she and Prince William announced their engagement to the world (center), she chose a fittingly royal shade.
Yes, you read correctly: The princess-to-be shops at mass stores! Back in 2007, Middleton wore a Topshop dress on her 25th birthday. The $78 dress was entirely sold out just 24 hours after the photos of her wearing it were released.
Middleton trusts her long brunette strands to The Richard Ward Salon in London. "Our relationship with [Kate] has been built on discretion and trust," the salon said in a statement after the engagement. "Richard and his team intend to maintain this relationship whilst respecting Kate's on-going privacy."
The bride-to-be has been spotted in all manner of hats -- from fanciful wedding fascinators to berets and fedoras. Many of them, like the one top left, are designed by Philip Treacy, who counts Lady Gaga, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kate Moss among his top clients.
You're much more likely to catch the future princess in knee-high boots than in stilettos. She wears them with jeans, tights and bare legs.
In an interview with Sky News, Middleton fessed up to having a poster of the Levi's jeans model on her dorm wall -- not of Prince William, like many of her peers. No doubt her future husband looks equally dashing in denim.
Kate's Royal Style
Kate Middleton wears everything from fancy hats to casual tank tops. See how the future princess can easily go from a high society affair to shopping on the streets of London. Kate Middleton — in a navy blue suit by British designer Amanda Wakeley — and Prince William visit Whitton Park on April 11, 2011 in Darwen, England. With less than three weeks to go until the Royal Wedding Prince William and Kate Middleton are making one of their final public appearances.
A large crowd of well-wishers braved a downpour in northern England on Monday to cheer Prince William and Kate Middleton as they took part in their final official engagement before their wedding.
Kate Middleton arrives at City Hall on March 8, 2011, in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The royal couple visited Northern Ireland as part of a tour of the country that a couple of weeks ago took them to St Andrews University in Scotland and Anglesey in North Wales to launch a lifeboat.
Prince William and Kate Middleton visit the University of St. Andrews as part of its 600th anniversary celebrations on Feb. 25, 2011, in Glenrothes, Scotland.
Britain's Prince William and his fiancee Kate Middleton smile following a naming ceremony for the new Royal National Lifeboat Institution's (RNLI) Atlantic 85 lifeboat "Hereford Endeavour" at Treadur Bay lifeboat station on Anglesey, North Wales, Feb. 24, 2011.
Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton pose in one of two official engagement portraits, taken by photographer Mario Testino in the Council Chamber in the State Apartment at St James's Palace in London on Nov. 25, 2010.
Prince William and fiancee Kate Middleton pose for photographers during a photocall to mark their engagement, in the State Rooms of St James's Palace, central London.
Kate Middleton attends the wedding of Nicholas van Cutsem and Alice Hadden-Paton at The Guards Chapel, Wellington Barracks, on Aug. 14, 2009, in London, England.
Prince Harry, Kate Middleton and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, laugh together as they watch the Order of the Garter procession at Windsor Castle on June 16, 2008, in Windsor, England.
Prince William stands beside Kate Middleton in the paddock enclosure on the first day of the annual Cheltenham Race Festival at Cheltenham Race course, west of England, on March 13, 2007.
Kate Middleton leaves London's Mahiki club on Feb. 1, 2007.
Kate Middleton arrives at the Sovereign's Parade at The Royal Military Academy in Camberley, west of London, on Dec. 15, 2006. Prince William was among the 446 officer cadets on parade, of whom 227 passed out receiving their commission and becoming officers.
Kate Middleton and her father, Michael Middleton, sighted prior to her graduation ceremony at the University of St. Andrews, where she obtained a 2:1 degree in the History of Art on June 23, 2005, in St. Andrews, Scotland.
Kate Middleton after her graduation ceremony at St Andrews University, in Scotland, in 2005.
Life of Prince William
Prince Charles and Diana, Princess of Wales leave St Mary's Hospital in London with one-day-old William Arthur Philip Louis. Born on June 22, 1982, Prince William is second in line to the throne.
The photographer who took the first images of Prince William as a baby has just discovered several unseen shots of the Prince lost nearly 30 years ago. Ian Pelham-Turner, who ironically now has studios opposite Kensington Palace, took the baby pictures in 1982. "I got a random phone call a few days ago and found out that in the region of 100,000 pictures had been discovered in boxes in an old building near the London Wall. It appears that they had been left by former agents of mine," he said in a press release. "When I opened the first box the images of Diana were the first to come out – just days before Prince William’s wedding."
Photographer Ian Pelham-Turner, who has has spent four decades working with royalty, took pictures of the royal family in 1982, but only recently learned about the whereabouts of the forgotten images.
Princess Diana helps a nearly 10-month-old Prince William stand up at the start of a tour of New Zealand on April 18, 1983.
Prince William and Prince Harry play the piano in Kensington Palace with their mother. Diana made every effort to ensure that her boys experienced a normal childhood, including going to the movies and playing video games.
Prince William, 7 years old, and Prince Harry, 4, watch the Beating Retreat Parade at Kensington Palace in June 1989.
Diana and her sons, Princes William and Harry, attend a remembrance service in Hyde Park in May 1995 in London.
Prince William, 13, on his first day of school at Eton on September 7, 1995. The princes' uncle, Charles Spencer, also attended the private school near Windsor, as did their maternal grandfather
Prince William shakes hands with an enthusiastic crowd during a family visit to Canada on Oct. 27, 1995.
Prince William, 15, sits next to his mother in a family photo after his confirmation into the Church of England at Windsor Castle on March 9, 1997.
Prince William and Prince Harry bow their heads as their mother's coffin leaves Westminster Abbey on Sept. 6, 1997 following her funeral service. Diana was killed on Aug. 31 in a car crash in Paris.
Prince Charles and Prince William meet the press at Charles' Highgrove residence in Gloucestershire on Sept. 29, 2000. The media were invited to the photo shoot to mark the start of Prince William's gap year before beginning university. It was also a thank you to the media who respected Prince William's privacy while he attended Eton.
Prince William, 20, carries a log used to construct walkways in the village of Tortel in Chile on December 7, 2000. The prince spent 10 weeks in Chile during his gap year before starting university.
Princes William and Harry, and their father Prince Charles, celebrate the 101st birthday of their great grandmother, the Queen Mother, on Aug. 4, 2001 in London.
Prince William speaks with the British press at Holyroodhouse Palace in Edinburgh on Sept. 21, 2011, before beginning his studies at St Andrews University in Scotland.
The British royal family follows the Queen Mother's coffin out of Westminster Abbey after her funeral service on April 9, 2002. The family's matriarch, and the mother of Queen Elizabeth, died on March 30, at the age of 101.
Prince William poses on a pier at St. Andrews in Scotland on May 28, 2003. The prince, who was 21 at the time, was two years into a four-year degree in art history.
The Queen and Prince William share a joke on the balcony of Buckingham Palace during a fly-past for the Trooping of the Colour in June 2003.
Prince William helps Joyce Middleton pack items bound for the tsunami-stricken Maldives at a Red Cross depot in Warmley, England on Jan. 7, 2005.
Prince Charles and his wife Camilla pose with their children on the day of their marriage in April 2005 at Windsor Castle. The couple chose this image to adorn their Christmas card that year. From left to right, the photograph features Prince Harry, Prince William, Prince Charles and Camilla, Laura Parker Bowles and Tom Parker Bowles.
Prince William leaves the Chapel of St Salvator after his graduation ceremony from the University of St Andrews on June 23, 2005. The Prince, who studied geography, had special protection while he was in school to prevent the media from trailing him
Prince William, right, marches with other graduates during the Sovereign's Parade at the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst on December 2006. The parade marks the graduation of officer cadets.
Princes Harry and William, along with Kate Middleton, William’s then-girlfriend, watch a competitive rugby game between England and Italy on Feb. 10, 2007, in London. The pair split for a short time not long after this photo was taken.
Princes William and Harry arrive at the Cavalry Old Comrades Association Annual Parade in London's Hyde Park on May 13, 2007.
Prince Charles, along with his two sons Princes Harry and William, arrive on Aug. 31, 2007 for a service in memory of Diana, Princess of Wales, on the 10th anniversary of her death. Earlier that summer, the princes organized a huge outdoor concert in Diana's memory.
Prince William and then-girlfriend Kate Middleton use a T-bar drag lift while skiing in Klosters, Switzerland on March 19, 2008. Skiing is a favorite sport for both the prince and Middleton and the pair frequently take breaks at ski resorts around Europe.
Prince Charles, in his role as Air Chief Marshal, presents Prince William with his RAF wings in a graduation ceremony at the end of his Royal Air Force training on April 11, 2008.
Britain's Prince William speaks with Lance Sergeant Adam Ball during a visit to a rehabilitation center for wounded members of the military in Surrey on April 21, 2008.
Prince William and his father Prince Charles take part in Garter Day ceremonies on June 16, 2008 in Windsor, England. William was formally appointed the 1,000th Knight of the Garter, the oldest British Order of Chivalry, founded by Edward III in 1348, by his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth.
Prince William plays in a football match at a children’s education centre in Lesotho, during a visit to Botswana, Lesotho and South Africa with his brother, Prince Harry, in June 2010.
Kate and Prince William attend a friend's wedding in October 2010, just a few weeks before the engaged couple publicly announced their engagement.
On the left, Prince William and Kate Middleton appear at a press conference in St. James's Palace on Nov. 16, 2010, after announcing their engagement. On the right, Prince Charles appears with his then fiancée, Lady Diana Spencer, in the gardens of Buckingham Palace, on the day of their engagement, Feb. 24, 1981. The blue dress that Kate wore that day sold out almost immediately, and inspired several copies.
Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton pose in one of two official engagement portraits, taken by photographer Mario Testino, in London's St James's Palace on Nov. 25, 2010. William proposed to Kate with his mother's sapphire and diamond engagement ring while on vacation in Kenya in October 2010.
Prince William and Kate Middleton visit the Trearddur Bay Lifeboat Station in Anglesey, Wales on Feb. 24, 2011, where they christened a lifeboat. It was one of the couple's only official appearances together since announcing their engagement, and Kate was warmly received by both the people and the press.
Prince William and Kate Middleton smile as they return to the place they fell in love, the University of St Andrews, on Feb. 25, 2011. The couple returned to the university to launch a fundraising campaign for a new student scholarship.
Prince William greets Kerang South Primary School students in Kerang, Australia on March 21, 2011
Prince William escorts his gradmother Queen Elizabeth during a visit to RAF Valley where her is stationed as a search-and-rescue helicopter pilot, on April 1, 2011, in Holyhead, United Kingdom. The Queen toured the airbase meeting staff and families, watched a fly past and was given a guided tour of a Sea King search-and-rescue helicopter by Prince William.
On Nov. 16, 2010, the royal family announced that Prince William and Kate Middleton were engaged. The prince had popped the question to his longtime girlfriend during an October 2010 vacation to Kenya, it was revealed. Take a look at their top moments.
A pre-wedding outing
Kate Middleton waves as she walks with Prince William in Darwen, England, on April 11, less than three weeks until the royal wedding.
Heavy rain didn't prevent Kate Middleton and Prince William from thrilling the crowd that gathered to see them as they arrive at the Darwen Aldridge Community Academy in northern England on April 11.
Prince William looks on as Kate Middleton tosses a pancake during a visit to City Hall on March 8, 2011, in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Prince William looks on as his fiancée Kate Middleton signs the book of condolence in memory of those who lost their lives in the Christchurch earthquake at the New Zealand High Commission in London.
Prince William and Kate Middleton returned to the university where they met and fell in love on Feb. 25 with an official visit to St. Andrews on the east coast of Scotland.
The couple pose in their official engagement portraits, taken by photographer Mario Testino in the Cornwall Room at St James's Palace in London on Nov. 25, 2010.
William and Kate pose for the media at St. James's Palace in London on Nov. 16, after they announced their engagement. The couple are to wed April 29, 2011.
This close-up shows that the engagement ring Prince William gave Kate Middleton was the one that had belonged to his mother, Princess Diana. The ring is an oval sapphire surrounded by diamonds
Prince William and Kate Middleton attend the wedding of friend Chiara Hunt in Salzburg, Austria, on Sept. 6, 2008. Two years and two months later, it was announced that the prince and his longtime girlfriend had finally become engaged.
Prince William and Kate Middleton on the first day of the Cheltenham Race Festival in Gloucestershire, on March 13, 2007. One month later, the media reported that Middleton and the prince had broken up.
Photographers snap pictures of Kate Middleton as she leaves her Chelsea home on Jan. 9, 2007, her 25th birthday. The growing media attention that she attracted at this time prompted warnings to the press from Prince Charles, Prince William and Middleton's lawyers. As a result, two newspaper groups decided to cease publishing paparazzi photos of Middleton.
Kate Middleton is seen at the wedding of Laura Parker Bowles and Harry Lopes at St Cyriac's Church, Lacock on May 6, 2006, in Wiltshire, England.
Kate Middleton models on the catwalk at a student fashion show attended by Prince William on March 26, 2002, in St. Andrews, Scotland. The prince reportedly paid 200 pounds to sit in the first row and watch Middleton model a sheer dress over a black bandeau and bikini bottoms.
In November 2006, British retailer Woolworths showed a china plate representing Prince William and Kate Middleton as a commemorative gift for their wedding. Four years later the prediction finally came true when the royal family announced that the couple were engaged.
Here comes the ... dean. The Dean of Westminster Abbey, John Hall, walks through Britain's most famous church, where Prince William is planning to marry his fiancée Kate Middleton on April 29 before a global audience that's expected to top 1 billion people.
Westminster Abbey is where William's grandparents, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, wed in 1947; it was also the site of his mother Princess Diana's funeral in 1997.
The royal insignia is seen above the Great West Door entrance of Westminster Abbey in central London. Westminster Abbey is one of the finest examples of neo-Gothic architecture in the country and is of great historical and symbolic significance, as the location where sovereigns since the 11th century have been crowned, including Queen Elizabeth II in 1953.
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, center left in orange, arrive to attend the ninth Inauguration of the General Synod at Westminster Abbey on Nov. 23. Royal officials said Tuesday that Prince William and Kate Middleton chose the venue for its beauty, intimacy and historic royal connections.
Verger Ian Thompson cleans the Grave of the Unknown Warrior at Westminster Abbey on November 10. On Nov. 11, 1920, a coffin containing the body of an unidentified member of the armed forces from the First World War battlefields was buried here. The warrior represented all those lost on the battlefields who never returned home for burial.
The High Altar in Westminster Abbey during the ceremony for the ninth Inauguration of the General Synod, attended by Britain's Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, and the Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams.
An organist plays at Westminster Abbey during the General Synod on November 23. Although a satellite TV provider considered broadcasting the April 29 nuptials of Prince William and Kate Middleton in 3D, palace authorities said it is not happening because of the space needed for the cameras.
A view of Westminster Abbey showing the Lantern roof. Nearly every British king and queen since William I has been crowned here, and 18 are buried here.
An actor dressed as Charles Darwin looks at the grave of Charles Darwin at Westminster Abbey; many prominent British subjects are buried at the abbey, including Isaac Newton and Geoffrey Chaucer.
The Great West Door at Westminster Abbey, which became a popular venue for royal weddings when Princess Patricia of Connaught wed the Honourable Alexander Ramsay here in 1919.
Statues above the Great West Door entrance of Westminster Abbey.
In September, Pope Benedict XVI became the first pope to enter the nearly 1,000-year-old Westminster Abbey, where the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton is scheduled to take place in April.
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Visitors walk near Alfred Lord Tennyson's gravestone in Poets' Corner in Westminster Abbey.
Prince William and Kate Middleton are personally involved in planning their royal wedding, to be held April 29 at Westminster Abbey.
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King Edward VIII, formerly the Prince of Wales, formally abdicated the British throne on Dec. 11, 1936, in order to marry Wallis Simpson, a twice-divorced American socialite. Edward's younger brother became King George VI. In June 3, 1937 Edward and Wallis Simpson married in a secluded Chateau de Cande in the Loire Valley in France.
Westminster Abbey was the scene of the marriage of Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip on Nov. 20, 1947. They first met at the wedding of Prince Philip's cousin, Princess Marina of Greece, to The Duke of Kent, who was an uncle of Princess Elizabeth, in 1934.
The Queen's sister, Princess Margaret and Antony Armstrong-Jones (later Earl of Snowdon) were married on May 6, 1960. She was divorced from him in 1978.
Princess Anne, the queen's only daughter and the younger sister of heir-to-the-throne Charles, married Captain Mark Phillips in 1973. The couple had two children, Peter, the queen's first grandchild, in 1977 and Zara in 1981.
St. Paul's Cathedral was the venue for the glamorous wedding of Prince Charles to 20-year-old Lady Diana Spencer which relieved the gloom of economic recession. Diana became one of the most high-profile royals and gave the institution some glamour. The mood was one of national rejoicing. But the union was ill-starred, and the marriage eventually collapsed amid mutual accusations of adultery
Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson first met each other as children beside the polo field. Sarah's father was a polo manager for Prince Charles. Prince Andrew and Sarah were married in Westminster Abbey on July 23, 1986. The couple had two daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie. In May 1996 the Duke and Duchess of York divorced, but they have continued to share custody of their daughters.
Prince Edward, the Queen's youngest son is the only one of her children who has not divorced. He married public relations executive Sophie Rhys-Jones and they became the Earl and Countess of Wessex. Their first baby, named Louise Alice Elizabeth Mary Mountbatten-Windsor was born in January 2004, and their son James, Viscount Severn, was born in December 2007.
The marriage of Charles, Prince of Wales to Mrs. Camilla Parker Bowles was dedicated in St. George's Chapel following a civil ceremony in Windsor's Guildhall on April 9.
Peter Phillips, the Queen's eldest grandchild, married Autumn Kelly on May 17, 2008, at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle. Autumn caught Peter's eye during the 2003 Montreal Grand Prix where he was working for the Williams Formula One team. In December 2010, the couple had a daughter, the Queen's first great grandchild.
▲영국의 윌리엄 왕세손과 약혼녀 케이트 미들턴의 역사적인 '로열 웨딩(왕실 결혼식·29일)'이 8일 앞으로 다가오면서 영국은 물론 영연방 53개 국가들이 축제 분위기에 빠졌다.
William and Kate
Pre-nuptial Prep for Royal Wedding
Kate Middleton leaves Westminster Abbey with her mother Carole and Prince Harry, en route to Clarence House in London, April 28.A book-keeper from gambling company, Ladbrokes, displays gambling odds related to the royal wedding near Westminster Abbey, April 27.An officer in the Guards makes checks during a military dress rehearsal for the royal wedding at Horse Guards Road on April 27 in London. With only two days to go, a full military rehearsal for Friday's event started at 2 a.m. with hundreds of police and soldiers taking part.Overnight royal wedding rehearsal snakes through quiet street.Soldiers of the Household Cavalry escorting a carriage cross Horseguards as they take part in the rehearsal.Conductor Christopher Warren-Green leads the London Chamber Orchestra during a rehearsal at St John's Church in London on Tuesday. The Orchestra will play during the wedding.A Prince William lookalike is surrounded by tourists outside Buckingham Palace on April 26.Royal fan John Loughrey becomes the first person to camp out on the streets to wait for the start of the royal wedding on Tuesday, April 26. Security checks and last-minute preparations are continuing around Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace and on the route the couple will take.The Blues & Royals of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment ride along the Mall, backdropped by Buckingham Palace, in London on their way to Horse Guards Parade, on April 21. The Blues & Royals together with the Life Guards will form a Sovereign's Escort for Queen Elizabeth II and a Captain's Escort for the bride and groom from Westminster Abbey to Buckingham Palace.Members of the State Trumpeters of the Household Cavalry, shown during a media event April 15, will be among those performing at Westminster Abbey on April 29, alongside the abbey's official choir, the Chapel Royal Choir and the London Chamber Orchestra.Members of Britain's Household Cavalry take part in the Silver Stick Review on April 14 in London's Hyde Park. Cavalry members, who are trained soldiers, protect the royal family and will be very visible on Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding day.The royal couple will wed on April 29 at Westminster Abbey, followed by a reception at Buckingham Palace. From polishing the carriage to planning desserts, palace officials are getting ready for William and Kate’s nuptials and reception.Jennifer Scott, Assistant Curator of Paintings, sits in the Picture Gallery, which will be used during the wedding reception of Prince William and Kate Middleton, at Buckingham Palace in London on March 25.Royal footmen prepare a drinks table in the Blue Drawing Room, which will be used during the wedding reception of Prince William and Kate Middleton, at Buckingham Palace.The State Dining Room, which will be used for the wedding reception of Prince William and Kate Middleton, is seen at Buckingham Palace.Quail eggs in a gold and crystal glass serving dish are a typical royal reception food. Here, they're on display at Buckingham Palace.Carriage restorer Dave Evans cleans the 1902 State Landau carriage at the Royal Mews in central London on March 21. The coach will be used to carry Prince William and Kate Middleton on their wedding day if the weather is good.A Rolls-Royce state car is parked at the Royal Mews in London. Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, will travel in the car for the wedding.A royal wedding team member works on a podium construction in front of Buckingham Palace on March 24.
September 1, 2006 Prince William and Kate on Holiday in Ibiza, Spain
Royal wedding: Follow the route
When Prince William and his new wife leave Westminster Abbey on 29 April they will go by carriage in a procession past many of London's best known landmarks. Explore the route for yourself by clicking on the video below.
As the clock ticks down towards the royal nuptials, royal-watchers have started to gather on the streets of London from all corners of the globe to show their support and take part in the celebration.
Royals fans wearing masks of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, Kate Middleton and Prince William pose for photographs along the Mall in central London on April 28.
Creative fans dressed as King and Queen of Hearts walk along the Mall in central London on April 28.
A colorfully dressed group of Americans happily pose for photographers near Buckingham Palace on April 28.
Tents line the street outside the entrance to Westminster Abbey as people camp out before the wedding.
A royal fan shows her appreciation for April 29's British national holiday with a 'Thanks For The Day Off' t-shirt outside Westminster Abbey on April 2
On April 26, children take part in a royal wedding party in a covered courtyard, which used to serve as an exercise yard for inmates at the Old Goal in the town of Buckingham, England.