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The Royal Bill

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Wonder what your half of a royal wedding would cost?

In less than a week Kate Middleton will marry Britain’s Prince William. And according to a British newspaper her parents will shell out about $163,000 U.S. dollars for the nuptials. The Middleton’s will be paying for hotel suites for Kate and her sister Pippa, who is the maid of honor; as well as hotel rooms for themselves and their son for the weekend of the big event. They will also cover the cost of the bride’s dress, the bridesmaid dresses, the maid of honor’s dress and the honeymoon.  read more »

An Affair to Remember

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Want up to the minute information on the royal wedding? There’s an app for that.

The wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton is a little over a month away and the anticipation is mounting. To help the royal family fans get through the next few weeks, the media company 2 For Life has launched the “Royal Wedding 2011” app. Exclusively for iPad users, the app features the latest wedding news and a live feed of pictures of the couple.  read more »

Kiss Me Kate

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You may not be able to celebrate with Prince William’s soon-to-be bride, but you can toast to her.

Earlier this week 1,900 invitations to the royal wedding were put in the mail. But if you’re not likely to receive one, a British brewery has a way for you to join in on the fun.

Castle Rock Brewery in southern England will debut a new beer called “Kiss Me Kate” one month before the April 29th wedding. Head brewer Adrian Redgrove says the beer will be elegant, tasteful and English to the core. Redgrove says they are marketing it as the ideal way to raise a glass to the couple’s future.  read more »

Wedding Bell Bills

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The wedding of the century is just months away, so who’s going to foot the bill.

Britain’s Prince William is set to marry Kate Middleton in what is predicted to be the most watched event since the funeral of his mother, Princess Diana. And with the wedding preparations underway everyone is straining for a glimpse at the price tag.

Palace officials say the actual expense for any aspect of the wedding will never be made public, but admit the final tally might surprise you. Officials say the cost of the wedding won’t make the million dollar mark but instead will be a six figure sum. So who will ante up the money?  read more »

3D Royals

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Want to reach out and touch royalty, you might get your chance.

Rupert Murdoch’s British Sky Broadcasting wants to add a third dimension to the April wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. The broadcasting group wants to send the signal to British movie theaters and homes set up with 3D TV’s. A Sky insider says they expect the royal wedding to bring in the biggest global audience in history since 2.5 billion people tuned in for Princess Diana’s funeral.  read more »