Royal wedding developments

2011-04-15 21:12
London - The following is a selection of stories related to the April 29th royal wedding of Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton that have appeared in newspapers and on websites in the last week.

The honeymoon shortlist

William and Kate are eyeing up to three super-luxury holidays for their honeymoon, reports the Daily Mail.

They have shortlisted the Seychelles, Kenya and Mustique - exotic destinations they have visited before and which hold fond memories.

But Wills, 28, and Kate, 29, are keeping tight-lipped about their final choice and have sworn all their staff and closest relatives to secrecy until they jet off

Kate confirmed ahead of wedding

Royal bride-to-be Kate has been confirmed into the Church of England ahead of her wedding to William, his office said.

The ceremony, carried out by the Bishop of London Richard Chartres who will give the address at the wedding, took place on March 10 with Middleton, 29, accompanied by her future husband, a spokesperson for St James's Palace said.

Kate resizes Diana's ring

Super-slim Kate is having her famous engagement ring shrunk to fit her finger.

The bride-to-be has asked royal jewellers to fit two beads inside the £32m sapphire band -once worn by Princess Diana - to stop it from slipping.

George Michael to record royal wedding song

George Michael is recording a song for Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding.

The Amazing hitmaker asked fans to submit possible tracks he could cover as a gift to the royal couple, and has now chosen one entry, though he is refusing to reveal what it is.

Last pre-wedding engagement

A large crowd of well-wishers braved a downpour in northern England on Monday to cheer William and Kate as they took part in their final official engagement before their wedding.

The trip was expected to be one of the last occasions that William, second in line to the British throne, and Middleton will be seen in public before the wedding. publishes all comments posted on articles provided that they adhere to our Comments Policy. Should you wish to report a comment for editorial review, please do so by clicking the 'Report Comment' button to the right of each comment.

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