Book your Royal Wedding travel arrangements now and grab your roadside position to see William, Kate and other British Royals on their way to the ceremony. The processional route that Prince William and his bride-to-be, Kate Middleton, will take to Westminster Abbey as they head to the Wedding of the Decade. (OK, so the decade will only be 4 months old, but seriously, who else could rival this pair for the title of Wedding of the Decade?)
The route from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey was officially announced today. The horse-drawn carriage procession will travel along Parliament Square, through Whitehall and Horse Guards Parade, down the Mall.
The entire route will be lined with well-wishers who may have camped out for days to get a good spot from which to see the Royals and Kate. As an untitled girl from a wealthy but not aristocratic family, Kate Middleton represents many young girls’ dreams of marrying a prince.
After the wedding, the couple will process back along the same route for the traditional appearance on Buckingham Palace’s balcony. There, the newlyweds may share a brief kiss for world’s media and well-wishers as did William’s parents, Charles and Diana, upon their own wedding back in the 1980s.
People will travel to London from all over the world to be there on the processional route. Will you be one of them or will you be watching the whole thing on TV from the comfort of your armchair?