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THE ROYAL WEDDING - THE RSM GUIDE TO THE WEDDING OF WILLIAM AND KATE (Special Nook Edition) SPECIAL NOOK EDITION The Guidebook for the Royal Wedding of Kate Middleton and Prince William of Wales with over 300 pages of bonus material, including biographical notes of Kate Middleton! EXCERPT Ceremony 10.30am. Prince William and Kate Middleton will travel to the service. Kate Midd THE ROYAL WEDDING - THE RSM GUIDE TO THE WEDDING OF WILLIAM AND KATE (Special Nook Edition) SPECIAL NOOK EDITION The Guidebook for the Royal Wedding of Kate Middleton and Prince William of Wales with over 300 pages of bonus material, including biographical notes of Kate Middleton! EXCERPT Ceremony 10.30am. Prince William and Kate Middleton will travel to the service. Kate Middleton will arrive at the abbey by car rather than by carriage, which is the traditional transport for royal brides – the planned route is along The Mall, through the Horse Guards Parade and down Whitehall to the abbey. 11am. Wedding service at Westminster Abbey, whose capacity is 2,200. The Dean of Westminster, the Very Rev Dr John Hall, will officiate for most of the service. The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, will marry the couple. The Bishop of London, the Rt Rev Richard Chartres, will give the sermon. It has long been traditional for the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Church of England's most senior bishop, to officiate at the weddings of England's monarchs and future monarchs, but as Chartres is a close friend of the Prince of Wales, he was invited to take part in the ceremony. In a break with royal tradition, the groom is to have a best man—his brother, Prince Harry—rather than a supporter, while the bride has chosen her sister, Pippa, as maid of honour. The couple will have four bridesmaids—Lady Louise Windsor, the seven-year old daughter of the Earl and Countess of Wessex; Margarita Armstrong-Jones, the eight-year old daughter of Viscount and Viscountess Linley; Grace van Cutsem, the three-year old daughter of the couple's friend Hugh van Cutsem; and Eliza Lopes, the three-year old granddaughter of the Duchess of Cornwall. Two page boys are also to participate: William Lowther-Pinkerton, the ten-year old son of William's private secretary, and Tom Pettifer, the eight-year old son of William and Harry's former nanny, 'Tiggy' Pettifer.. 12pm. The married couple will travel in a carriage procession to Buckingham Palace, crossing Parliament Square before going along Whitehall, Horse Guards Parade and The Mall. 12.30pm. The Queen will give a reception at Buckingham Palace for the newlyweds and a selection of several hundred guests from the congregation. 6pm. The Prince of Wales is to host a private dinner that evening dinner at the palace for the couple, their close friends and family followed by dancing.


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THE ROYAL WEDDING - THE RSM GUIDE TO THE WEDDING OF WILLIAM AND KATE (Special Nook Edition) SPECIAL NOOK EDITION The Guidebook for the Royal Wedding of Kate Middleton and Prince William of Wales with over 300 pages of bonus material, including biographical notes of Kate Middleton! EXCERPT Ceremony 10.30am. Prince William and Kate Middleton will travel to the service. Kate Midd THE ROYAL WEDDING - THE RSM GUIDE TO THE WEDDING OF WILLIAM AND KATE (Special Nook Edition) SPECIAL NOOK EDITION The Guidebook for the Royal Wedding of Kate Middleton and Prince William of Wales with over 300 pages of bonus material, including biographical notes of Kate Middleton! EXCERPT Ceremony 10.30am. Prince William and Kate Middleton will travel to the service. Kate Middleton will arrive at the abbey by car rather than by carriage, which is the traditional transport for royal brides – the planned route is along The Mall, through the Horse Guards Parade and down Whitehall to the abbey. 11am. Wedding service at Westminster Abbey, whose capacity is 2,200. The Dean of Westminster, the Very Rev Dr John Hall, will officiate for most of the service. The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, will marry the couple. The Bishop of London, the Rt Rev Richard Chartres, will give the sermon. It has long been traditional for the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Church of England's most senior bishop, to officiate at the weddings of England's monarchs and future monarchs, but as Chartres is a close friend of the Prince of Wales, he was invited to take part in the ceremony. In a break with royal tradition, the groom is to have a best man—his brother, Prince Harry—rather than a supporter, while the bride has chosen her sister, Pippa, as maid of honour. The couple will have four bridesmaids—Lady Louise Windsor, the seven-year old daughter of the Earl and Countess of Wessex; Margarita Armstrong-Jones, the eight-year old daughter of Viscount and Viscountess Linley; Grace van Cutsem, the three-year old daughter of the couple's friend Hugh van Cutsem; and Eliza Lopes, the three-year old granddaughter of the Duchess of Cornwall. Two page boys are also to participate: William Lowther-Pinkerton, the ten-year old son of William's private secretary, and Tom Pettifer, the eight-year old son of William and Harry's former nanny, 'Tiggy' Pettifer.. 12pm. The married couple will travel in a carriage procession to Buckingham Palace, crossing Parliament Square before going along Whitehall, Horse Guards Parade and The Mall. 12.30pm. The Queen will give a reception at Buckingham Palace for the newlyweds and a selection of several hundred guests from the congregation. 6pm. The Prince of Wales is to host a private dinner that evening dinner at the palace for the couple, their close friends and family followed by dancing.

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