On April 29, 2011 the world will be glued to their TV screens for the Royal Wedding. Schedule details are yet to be set in stone, but if you are one of the lucky ones planning a trip to London you are likely looking for any details we can muster up.
What we do know is this: Royal Wedding events will begin when Kate Middleton is delivered to Westminster Abbey for the ceremony. Breaking from tradition, Kate Middleton has decided to be driven to the ceremony by car instead of a horse-drawn carriage. No matter what mode of transport she chooses, the streets are sure to be packed with curious onlookers hoping to catch a glimpse of bride on her wedding day.
The Royal Wedding will take place around 11 a.m. at Westminster Abbey, the official church of the royal family. The wedding is expected to last around an hour, but is only open to Royals and government officials, not friends.
Around noon, the newlywed couple will emerge from the church and begin a grand carriage procession along the Royal Wedding parade route. The route will pass through Parliament Square, Whitehall, Horse Guards Parade and the Mall before it ends at Buckingham Palace.