Kate and Wills To Marry on 29 April in Westminster Abbey

It’s official! Kate Middleton and Prince William are going to be married on 29 April in Westminster Abbey.

And Prime Minister David Cameron has confirmed that the occasion will be marked with a public holiday. 

Westminster Abbey is the same place that hosted the Queen and the Queen Mother’s weddings; it was also the venue for Princess Diana’s funeral in 1997.

The prince’s private secretary Jamie Lowther-Pinkington said the couple wanted a spring wedding and felt that the abbey offered relative intimacy despite its size.

The extra day’s holiday falls in the same week as Easter Monday, giving millions of workers a three-day week.

David Cameron said, “We want to mark the day as one of national celebration, a public holiday will ensure the most people possible have a chance to celebrate on the day.”

What do you think of the date? Are you going to come and watch from the streets of Westminster? Let us know in the comments below…

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  1. Herbie says:

    Have a hotel booked for 4 nights in London and last night is 28th before heading back to Aus … if its early enough we may be able to watch from the streets!!

  2. Name: Mark says:

    Well done a holiday, who could refuse that, but why is it when we want a holiday for any other purpose we here about how it will cost the economy billions and is just the wrong example. Parasite holiday celebrate the parasites.

  3. Herbie, it must have been so busy around that time. Did you manage to watch any from the streets?

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