Royal Wedding Tour – Prince william and Kate Wedding Tour of London – £99 per person

Book a private tour of Prince William & Kate Royal Wedding Tour of London. Visit the London locations and landmarks that helped define the Royal couple? From the Abbey to the Royal Jewellers, from the Prince’s favorite nightclubs to the Royal Wedding kiss, learn all the juicy gossip from their 9 year on-off relationship, and Kate’s fascinating life and family history prior to joining ‘the Royal Family’.

Will & Kate Royal Wedding Tour: £99  per person (Minimum of 2 people)

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Chauffeur Driven Tour

Prince William and Kate Royal Wedding Tour

The chauffeur driven tours are a luxurious but affordable solution to sightseeing in style. We take you away from the crowded streets and buses on an intimate tour guided by your professional chauffeur, who gives you personal attention and courtesy throughout the experience, including hotel pick up/drop off, and numerous photo opportunities. Make no mistake, there is no better way to travel!

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Included: Chauffeur driven tour (Private driven Tour)Departs 3 times a dayDuration – 3 hours (approx.)

Hotel Pick Up Available (Free pick up from your hotel in Central London)

Duration: 3 hours (approx.)
Depature Departs from Central London – DailyFree Hotel Pick Up Available (From hotels in central London)
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Will & Kate Royal Wedding Tour: £99 per person (Minimum of 2 people)

A Chauffeur Driven Tour

Celebrity Planet’s chauffeur driven tours are a luxurious but affordable solution to sightseeing in style. We take you away from the crowded streets and buses on an intimate tour guided by your professional chauffeur, who gives you personal attention and courtesy throughout the experience, including hotel pick up/drop off, and numerous photo opportunities. Make no mistake, there is no better way to travel!

Itinerary of the Prince William and Kate Royal Wedding Tour of London

Birthplace of Queen Elizabeth II Learn about the generations of royals that came before

Garrard’s Jewellers The Royal Jewellers since 1843, Diana’s engagement ring, now Kate’s, was purchased here.
Mahiki A firm favorite with the young Royals, William’s bar tab at this London nightclub during their break up was astronomical!
Richard Noel Middleton’s Offices Her great grandfather was a London lawyer, gain an in depth insight into Kate’s family background, was she really a ‘commoner before the marriage’?
Jigsaw Store Kate had trouble holding down a job, see where she worked, albeit briefly!
The Ritz Hotel Favoured by royalty, one of London’s best hotels, the hotel even has a special bell to announce the arrival of royalty
White’s Gentleman’s Club Find out the Royal connection to one of London’s most famous Gentleman’s Clubs
John Lobb Bootmakers The Queen, Prince Charles, Princes William and Harry all have their shoes made here, as did Princess Diana
St James’s Palace The oldest royal palace in London, built on the site of a leper colony
The Queen’s Chapel Kate Middleton attended her second Royal wedding here
Clarence House The official residence of HRH The Prince of Wales and HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, and where the engagement was announced
Buckingham Palace The Royal residence since 1836
Westminster Abbey Where the wedding took place, also where Diana’s funeral was held
Kate Middleton’s flat See where Kate Middleton lived when she was harassed by the paparazzi
Boujis William and Kate’s favourite London haunt
Knightsbridge Barracks The regiment to which both William and Harry were assigned at the beginning of their military careers
Wetherby School Prince William’s first school!

• These are just a fraction of the many sights you will see on this tour!

Will & Kate Royal Wedding Tour: £99 per person

About The wedding of Prince William of Wales and Kate Middleton

The wedding of Prince William of Wales and Kate Middleton is scheduled to take place at Westminster Abbey on 29 April 2011. Prince William, who is second in the line of succession to Queen Elizabeth II, first met Middleton in 2001, while he and Middleton were studying at the University of St Andrews. Their engagement, on 20 October 2010, was announced on 16 November 2010. After the wedding, the couple intend to continue residing on the Isle of Anglesey in Wales, where Prince William is based as an RAF Search and Rescue pilot.
Clarence House announced on 16 November 2010 that Prince William, elder son of the Prince of Wales, will marry Kate Middleton, William’s long-time girlfriend, “in the Spring or Summer of 2011, in London”. They were engaged in October 2010 while on a private holiday in Kenya; William gave Middleton the same engagement ring that his father had given to William’s mother, Diana, Princess of Wales—an 18-carat white gold ring with a 12-carat oval sapphire and 14 round diamonds. It was announced at approximately the same time that, after their marriage, the couple will live on the Isle of Anglesey in Wales, where Prince William is based with the Royal Air Force.
The Prince of Wales said he was “thrilled … they have been practising long enough”, and Queen Elizabeth II said she was “absolutely delighted” for the couple, giving her formal consent to the marriage, as required by the Royal Marriages Act 1772, in her British privy council on the morning of the engagement. Congratulations also came in from the Queen’s prime ministers, including Prime Minister of Australia Julia Gillard, who has moderate republican leanings. Further, Pete Broadbent, suffragan Bishop of Willesden, who has known republican views, published his reaction to the wedding announcement on Facebook. He later acknowledged that his words were “offensive” and subsequently apologised, but his superior, Richard Chartres, Bishop of London, instructed him to withdraw from public ministry “until further notice”.
Following the announcement the couple gave an exclusive interview to ITV News political editor Tom Bradby and hosted a photocall at St. James’s Palace. On 12 December 2010, Buckingham Palace issued the official engagement photographs; these were taken on 25 November, in the state apartments at St. James’s Palace, by photographer Mario Testino.

The Couple

Prince William of Wales and Kate Middleton;

prince william and kate wedding tour

prince william and kate wedding tour

They met while undergraduates at the University of St Andrews, where they both lived at St Salvator’s Hall during their first year, after which they shared accommodation in the town for two years.

Prince William is the elder son of Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, and Diana, Princess of Wales, and grandson of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. As such, he is second, behind his father, in the line of succession to the throne in 16 independent states known as the Commonwealth realms. William was educated at Ludgrove School, Eton College, and the University of St Andrews, after which he was commissioned from Sandhurst in the Blues and Royals regiment of the Household Cavalry. He later transferred to the Air Force and went on to become a full time pilot with the Search and Rescue Force.
Catherine “Kate” Middleton is the first of three children born to Carole and Michael Middleton. She was educated at St Andrew’s School in Pangbourne, Marlborough College, and the University of St Andrews. After graduating, she worked in retail and then as an accessories buyer/catalogue photographer at her parents’ business. She is primarily of English descent, but with a few distant Scottish and French Huguenot ancestors. Her paternal family came from Leeds, West Yorkshire, while her mother’s maternal family, the Harrisons, were working-class labourers and miners from County Durham.
The couple are fifteenth cousins—having Sir Thomas Fairfax and his wife, Agnes, as common ancestors—and are possibly twelfth cousins once removed, circumstantial evidence suggesting that they are both descended from Sir Thomas Leighton and Elizabeth Knollys.

The Wedding Ceremony of Prince william and Kate

Westminster Abbey London – photo by Gordon Joly

St James’s Palace announced on 5 January that the ceremony would start at 11:00 and that Middleton will arrive at the abbey by car, rather than by carriage, the traditional transport for royal brides. The route will be along The Mall, through the Horse Guards Parade, and down Whitehall to the abbey. After the ceremony, the bridal couple will return along the same route by carriage to a reception hosted by the Queen at Buckingham Palace. The Prince of Wales will host a private dinner that evening.

In a break with royal tradition, the groom is to have a best man—his brother, Prince Harry—rather than a supporter, while the bride has chosen her sister, Pippa, as maid of honour. The couple will also have four bridesmaids—Lady Louise Windsor, the seven-year old daughter of the Earl and Countess of Wessex; Margarita Armstrong-Jones, the eight-year old daughter of Viscount and Viscountess Linley; Grace van Cutsem, the three-year old daughter of the couple’s friend Hugh van Cutsem; and Eliza Lopes, the three-year old granddaughter of the Duchess of Cornwall. There will be two page boys: William Lowther-Pinkerton, the ten-year old son of William’s private secretary, and Tom Pettifer, the eight-year old son of William and Harry’s former nanny, ‘Tiggy’ Pettifer.
On 5 January, St James Palace announced that the Dean of Westminster will conduct the service, Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury, will perform the marriage ceremony, and Richard Chartres, the Bishop of London, will give the address. It has long been traditional for the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Church of England’s most senior cleric, to preside over weddings of England’s monarchs and future monarchs, but as Chartres is a close friend of the Prince of Wales, he was invited to participate in the ceremony.

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