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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - University Of St. Andrews In Scotland
Woe betide the hapless backpackers who stumble upon the Olympic Park in London's East End this summer. They may feel the might of Britain's biggest security operation since World War II come crashing down upon them.
Few people are likely to turn down one of the prized invitations to the post-wedding gathering Queen Elizabeth II will throw at Buckingham Palace after Prince William and Kate Middleton tie the knot on April 29.
Prince William and girlfriend Kate Middleton are engaged and will marry in London next year, royal officials said Tuesday.
Prince William and girlfriend Kate Middleton are engaged and will marry next spring or summer in London _ a royal wedding that Britons have been eagerly awaiting for years.