Prince William And Kate Middleton; Wedding Dress, Diana’s Marriage Historic Carriage, Baby Adoption

Well, well, well, what a moment it'll be! The royal wedding of the year, decade and possibly the century is scheduled to take place this Friday, April 29. That’s the day Prince William and Kate Middleton are scheduled to exchange vows, taking Britain’s most eligible bachelor officially off the market. Kate Middleton will make her first journey as a member of the royal family in the same carriage that Diana, Princess of Wales, travelled in on her wedding day in 1981. It was specifically built for King Edward VII in 1902 to be used at his coronation, and it remains the most-used carriage in the Royal Mews, usually used these days by Queen Elizabeth II when she meets foreign heads of state.

18 horses will pull the five carriages, with the white-looking Windsor Greys, which are usually reserved for the queen, pulling the newlyweds. The officials also said that if the weather is miserable, the couple will travel in the Glass Coach, which both Diana and Sarah Ferguson used to go from Clarence House to their wedding ceremonies as it has a permanent roof.

Daily Mail reports that Kate Middleton has actually designed it herself. What do you think about it that will Prince William look stunning in dress designed it herself? Yes, of course! According to the different sources Sophie Cranston of Libélula has designed Kate Middleton’s wedding dress. It is said that Kate Middleton is expected to wear two to three other dresses throughout her wedding day.

Kate Middleton reportedly sought out a young British designer to help her construct her dream dress. A few days ago, the Huffington Post columnist Yvonne Yorke announced that she believes the designer of Kate Middleton’s royal wedding dress is British designer Sophie Cranston. 

At the end, you should keep in mind, a new report published by the National Enquirer says that Kate Middleton and Prince William both like the idea of adopting a baby from another country.

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