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Latest Westminster Abbey Items
Each step has been rehearsed, each flower meticulously arranged, the aisle of Westminster Abbey transformed into a flowering avenue of trees.
Paul Mealor is approaching a life-changing moment: the music he composed for the royal wedding will soar to the arched ceiling of Westminster Abbey on Friday, heard by hundreds of millions around the world.
Will it have sleeves? A sweeping train? Antique lace, or bead work?
How long will Kate make William wait at the aisle? What color will the queen wear to the wedding? And will Harry be sober enough to deliver the best man's speech?
In some of Britain's Caribbean territories and former colonies, judges wear thick wigs of white curls in the tropical heat, sports fans follow cricket religiously, and Queen Elizabeth II is the titular head of state. That doesn't mean people here will be breaking out the tea and crumpets to watch this week's royal wedding.
British police say guests at the royal wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton will have to pass through security checks to enter Westminster Abbey.
Prince William and Kate Middleton have arrived at Westminster Abbey for a final wedding rehearsal.
It's not the type of welcome most wedding guests expect before they get into church _ background checks, ID verification and a security sweep.
For hardcore fans of the British monarchy, sitting glued to the television with popcorn just doesn't cut it for an occasion like a royal wedding.