Royal wedding snapshots: Bullies, Harry and a split up
LONDON (Reuters Life!) - Following is a selection of stories related to the forthcoming April 29th royal wedding of Britain's Prince William that have appeared in newspapers and on websites in the last week.
(Reuters does not vouch for the accuracy of reports from other publications.)
-- William and Kate to share marital home with Prince Harry
After they return from honeymoon, the royal couple are initially expected to move into a suite of rooms in Clarence House, while they decide where to live more permanently.
It means they will share their first married home with William's younger brother Prince Harry who lives there when he is in London.
Prince William and Kate are yet to confirm where they will set up home permanently once they are married, but Buckingham Palace, St James's Palace and Kensington Palace are all being considered as potential London bases.
(Source: Daily Telegraph, April 7) -- Two billion to watch royal wedding
A British minister says more than a quarter of the world's population is expected to watch television broadcasts of the wedding.
Prime Minister David Cameron's spokesman said a figure of 2 billion people was provided by Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt during a briefing at a cabinet meeting where he also said preparations for the nuptials were going well. Continued...