7,000 journalists to cover Prince William's wedding
LONDON (KGO) -- If Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton feel like the world will be watching when they marry on April 29th - it's not much of an exaggeration.
The palace announced today there will be 7,000 journalists covering the wedding with 60 cameras along the procession route. We're also learning some new details about the big day.
The queen will start that day stating the titles William and Kate will take and, a press release will be sent out at the exact moment Kate arrives at Westminster Abbey finally revealing the dress. It will include sketches, the designer and photos.
After the I-do's, a wedding party will take place at Buckingham Palace and, Prince Charles will host a private dinner for the new couple with close family and friends.
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