- Associated Press - Friday, April 29, 2011

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.

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8:57 a.m.

Just spotted on the TV coverage: a man in the crowd wearing tails and a formal plaid pants and vest. Are you wearing your plaid ensemble?

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8:53 a.m.

AP’s Cassandra Vinograd _ CassVinograd on Twitter _ tweets from just outside Westminster Abbey: One downside of (hash tag)royalwedding mania? Getting around London! Tube packed with flag-waving, tiara-wearing folk.

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8:47 a.m.

AP’s Caryn Rousseau in Chicago will be reporting Friday on royal wedding festivities in the U.S. Here’s some of what she says is planned:

_ Full English breakfasts and British-themed parties are planned all around the country.

_ Colbie Caillat will be singing at a live viewing party in New York’s Times Square.

_ At Walt Disney World in Florida, about 250 guests have been invited to wear prince and princess attire.

_ Various restaurants and bars are hanging Union Jack bunting and hosting watch parties. Royally themed drinks will include “The Windsor Knot” and “The Bitter Queen.”

_ Of course, many others will gather in private homes in the states. Expect lots of scones and cucumber sandwiches.

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