Wills and Kate set to marry?

By admin
16 April 2010

The champagne has been ordered, the blue bloods have earmarked two days in their diaries for early June and royal watchers are aquiver with excitement. It can mean only one thing, those in the know say: a wedding is nigh.

Prince William and Kate Middleton will announce their engagement in the British summer, says former Vanity Fair editor Tina Brown, who was a close friend of Princess Diana and has intimate knowledge of the inner workings of the House of Windsor.

They could even meet at the altar in November, she adds, as Queen Elizabeth, who celebrated her 84th birthday on 21 April, is keen for her grandson to marry as soon as possible and pave the way for a new king and queen of her empire.

But so far mum’s the word - and even the cavalier British bookies are treating the “big announcement” rumours with caution. Spokespeople for Clarence House, one of the royals’ official residences, have dismissed it as pure nonsense.

They want to lead a normal life for as long as possible, an insider says. “The moment they become officially engaged everything will change and as far as they are concerned everything is pretty good right now.”

Although worried that William has had only one proper girlfriend, Prince Charles is fond of Kate and would like to see them married. In fact the whole royal family would.

Charles knows the public would love to see them married too. William is one of the most well-liked members of the royal family and is far more popular than his father.

Even if a royal wedding doesn’t happen this year it will happen, royal watchers say - it’s no longer a case of if but when.

Read the full article in the YOU of 22 April 2010

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