LONDON (AP) - As Prince William and Kate Middleton tie the knot, Associated Press journalists are hunting down the most interesting details, from Westminster to points around the globe. Here’s the latest on the big event.
“I’m very proud to be invited,” he said. “I’ll be going to Trafalgar Square later to give a toast to the royal couple.”
The royal wedding is getting plenty of attention from nations that used to be part of the British Empire. Here are some highlights from AP journalists reporting from around the Commonwealth.
_ Hong Kong: A well-known wedding designer is welcoming the big day in Chinese-language TV commentary.
_ Australia: The wedding hoopla has raised the prickly issue of whether the country should dump the British monarch and become a republic.
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