Royal wedding snapshots: Knocking knees, riots and rings
(Reuters Life!) - Following is a selection of stories related to the April 29th royal wedding of Britain's Prince William that have appeared in newspapers and on websites in the last week.
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-- Without this ring, I thee wed
Prince William has decided not to wear a wedding ring following his marriage to Kate Middleton, palace officials have revealed.
According to senior royal sources, the Prince discussed the issue with his fiancee but has chosen not to. "It is simply down to personal preference," an aide said.
Kate, 29, will wear a band fashioned from a lump of Welsh gold already owned by the Royal Family which will be given to her in the traditional way during the Westminster Abbey wedding ceremony.
(Source: Daily Mail, April 1)
-- Knocking knees betray William's pre-wedding nerves
William has admitted he is feeling nervous and daunted as he looks forward to the wedding. Continued...