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Prince William and Kate: The Royal Wedding Walking Tour

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UPDATE 2020: The Royal Wedding Walking Tour is no longer available

Royal Wedding Fever is here BIG TIME! As everyone on the planet must know by now, the Royal Wedding of the century between Prince William and Kate Middleton, takes place in London at Westminster Abbey on Friday, April 29, 2011 at 11am (London time).

I’m so excited! For months I’ve been reading and researching everything to do with Prince William, Kate and the Royal Wedding. We just found out about this fun Royal Wedding Walking Tour that’s taking place in London. We’ll definitely be going on it the next time we’re across the pond.

The next time you’re visiting London, share in the excitement surrounding this historic event by discovering William and Kate’s London. Take this FUN 2-hour Guided Royal Wedding Walking Tour – it’s a “must-do” for anyone who is a fan of the royal couple… and a romantic at heart.

See London’s top attractions linked to the royal couple and get the latest scoop on the hottest Royal gossip. Find out about all the little-known details of Kate’s life as a commoner and discover the places that she and Prince William have frequented over the last 9 years together.

Royal Wedding Walking Tour Highlights include:

  • Buckingham Palace (official residence of Queen Elizabeth)
  • St. James’s Palace (London’s oldest Royal Palace)
  • The Ritz Hotel  (one of London’s most luxurious hotels)
  • Garrard of Mayfair (the world’s oldest jewelers)
    With its huge oval blue sapphire surrounded by a cluster of 14 diamonds, the
    ring Prince William gave Kate Middleton is among the most famous in
    the world. Lady Diana Spencer chose it for her engagement to Prince Charles in 1981
    from a selection presented to her by the then Crown jewelers Garrard
    of Mayfair.
  • Mahiki Nightclub (located in swanky Mayfair, it’s one of London’s most popular clubbing venues)
    Celebrities and the young royals come here to party their nights away!

Your Royal Walking Tour ends at Westminster Abbey where Prince William and Kate will be married by The Archbishop of Canterbury. Take a souvenir photo outside this famous site that dates back to the 11th century.

This popular Guided Royal Walking Tour is selling out fast – book now to get your day of choice before it’s sold out.

Find More Fun Things To Do in London and surrounding areas, including Sightseeing Tours & Day Trips 

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