Today the world will witness the Wedding of the Century when Prince William, second in line to the British throne, elder son of heir to the throne, Prince Charles and the late Diana, Princess of Wales, will marry Kate Middleton, daughter of Michael and Carole Middleton.

Prince William and Kate Middleton

The couple met while studying at St Andrews University in Scotland. Prince William proposed in October 2010 in Kenya, with his mother’s diamond and sapphire engagement ring.

Kate Middleton and her immediate family spent Thursday night at the five-star Goring Hotel in Belgravia, central London, just round the corner from Buckingham Palace, with Kate staying in the hotel’s Royal suite.

Goring Hotel, where Prince William's fiancee Kate Middleton will spend the night before her wedding in London.

William has chosen his younger brother, Prince Harry, third in line to the throne, as best man. Kate’s sister Philippa, often known as Pippa, will be her maid of honor. There will be four younger bridesmaids and two younger page boys, including two of William’s godchildren.

Clarence House said William and Harry will arrive at Westminster Abbey in a state limousine at 1015 BST today – leaving almost 40 minutes before the ceremony begins.

Wedding Ceremony At Westminster Abbey

Catherine Middleton, the bride-to-be, will leave Goring Hotel at 1051 with her father and travel to Westminster Abbey in a Rolls Royce, rather than horse-drawn carriage as Diana, Princess of Wales did on her wedding day 30 years ago. This is a break from tradition.

Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey is over 700 years old and holds 2,200 people. It’s been the site of coronations since William I’s in 1066.

Many royal weddings have taken place here, including current queen, Elizabeth II’s to Prince Philip in 1947. The Abbey is considered a more modest, but fittingly grand, alternative to the larger St Paul’s Cathedral.

The marriage service begins at 1100. The wedding service will be relayed to the gathered crowds by speakers along the procession route, with tens of thousands expected to hear the couple exchange their vows. There will also be screens at Hyde Park and Trafalgar Square.

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, will marry the couple in an 11 a.m. ceremony that will include several other prominent clergy. The Dean of Westminster, the Very Rev. John Hall, will conduct the service and the Bishop of London, the Right Rev. Richard Chartres, will give the address. Both men have long-standing ties to the royal family.

Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams

Kate Middleton is expected to follow Princess Diana’s example by ditching the word “obey” from her wedding vows. Instead she is expected to promise to “love, comfort, honour and keep” Prince William when they tie the knot today.

Prince William the frustration of being denied one typical marriage custom. Once the ceremony is complete and the rings have been exchanged, there will be no royal smooch at the abbey altar for the benefit of the 1,900 guests in attendance. Church of England protocol expressly forbids such behavior, especially in a hallowed site such as Westminster Abbey, one of the world’s most famous churches.

“There will be no kiss during the wedding ceremony,” explained the Very Reverend Dr. John Hall, the dean of Westminster and the man responsible for overseeing the spiritual life of Westminster Abbey. “We don’t do that in the Church of England. That’s sort of a Hollywood thing: ‘ You may now kiss the bride.’ It doesn’t happen here.”

For the royal family, too, kissing, it seems, is serious business and must be undertaken only in appropriate situations. When William’s mother, Princess Diana, wed Prince Charles in 1981, the pair also did not kiss in church.

The music

Two choirs, one orchestra, a fanfare team and trumpeters will play at the wedding:

- The Choir of Westminster Abbey, formed of 20 boys and 12 professional singers. The Abbey’s sub-organist will play the organ.

- The Chapel Royal Choir, formed of 10 boys and six professional singers.

- The London Chamber Orchestra, the longest established professional chamber orchestra in the UK. Its 39 members will play from the organ loft in the Abbey.

- The Fanfare Team from the Central Band of the Royal Air Force, which consists of seven players and their conductor.

- The State Trumpeters of The Household Cavalry, eight trumpeters drawn from the Band of the Life Guards and the Band of the Blues and Royals.

The Choir of Westminster Abbey

The Fanfare Trumpets of the Royal Air Force

The guests

Around 1,900 people have been invited to the main ceremony at Westminster Abbey.

It includes 388 close friends and associates invited by groom Prince William, 28, and his bride-to-be Kate Middleton.

Among them are David and Victoria Beckham, Rowan and Sunetra Atkinson, toff TV presenter Ben Fogle, rugby supremo Sir Clive Woodward, Sir Richard Branson & his wifeand their daughter Doctor Holly Branson, Ms Daniella Helayel (Kate’s favourite fashion designer)and Lock Stock director Guy Ritchie.

Also listed are 254 relatives and friends of the Middleton family – including Kate’s infamous uncle Gary Goldsmith, and Reading FC chairman John Madejski.

The Queen and Prince Charles have drafted a list of 255 VIPs and aristocrats – including 62 foreign Royals and heads of state. A further 1,000 guests, including politicians, senior civil servants and foreign diplomats, received invites via the Lord Chamberlain’s Office.

Brazilian-born Daniella Helayel, who has made clothes for Madonna and Sharon Stone, created Kate’s engagement outfit.

Meanwhile the list confirms best man Prince Harry’s on-off girlfriend Chelsy Davy HAS been invited, suggesting they have patched things up.

The biggest snub so far is for Sarah Ferguson, ex-wife of Andrew, Duke of York, who has not been invited.

Wedding gifts

The couple have asked that members of the public who would like to give them a gift instead donate to charity. They have set up a dedicated website where donations can be made. Charities from Canada, the UK and Australia will benefit and include Oily Cart, New Zealand Government Christchurch Earthquake Appeal and Earthwatch.

Carriage Procession

After the ceremony, the newlyweds will travel back to Buckingham Palace in a horse-drawn five-carriage procession, along a set route lined by fans and well-wishers. The route of the carriage procession would pass along The Mall, Horse Guards Road, Horse Guards Parade, through Horse Guards Arch, Whitehall, along the south side of Parliament Square and into Broad Sanctuary.

Union flags hung along Regent Street in London in celebration of the Royal wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton

William and Kate will likely use the 1902 State Landau, which Prince Charles and his first wife, the late Diana, Princess of Wales also used at their wedding. If it’s raining, the newlyweds will revert to the Glass Coach, which has a roof. The white-looking Windsor Greys, which are usually reserved for the Queen, will pull the newlyweds.

Royal Wedding Carriage

The bride’s carriage procession is scheduled to arrive at Buckingham Palace at 1230.

Wedding Photographs

They’ll have the wedding photographs taken in the Throne Room, by Hugo Burnand, who photographed Charles and Camilla’s wedding. Hugo will have just over half an hour to do the main group and individual family groups.

The Balcony Kiss

Prince Charles and Princess Diana produced an iconic moment on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on their wedding day 30 years ago. As thousands of well-wishers screamed for the newlyweds to pucker up, Diana said to Charles: “Well, what about it?”

Photographs of the resulting kiss were splashed across the front page of every British newspaper and seen around the world.

Britain's Prince Charles kissing his bride, the former Diana Spencer, on the balcony of Buckingham Palace in London, after their wedding on July 29, 1981.

That balcony moment is due to be repeated by William and Kate, although this time it will be scripted and part of the carefully planned event. There is even an allocated time for the kiss, 1:25 p.m. London time. Several publications reported this week that William and Kate have gone so far as to practice the act to ensure the camera angles are right for the international press.

The Fly-Past

At 1.30pm. there will be a fly-past by three aircrafts from the RAF’s Battle of Britain Memorial Flight – a Lancaster, a Spitfire and a Hurricane – will be followed by two Typhoons and two Tornado GR4s in box formation.

The Receptions & The Wedding Cakes

William’s grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, will host a lunchtime reception for about 600 people at Buckingham Palace after the balcony appearance, with guests drawn from the wedding congregation.

The speeches will probably be done at lunchtime. You’ll have the father of the bride, or maybe Prince Charles, followed by Prince William, and then the best man’s speech from Prince Harry.

There will be two official wedding cakes at the royal wedding reception, William’s cake and Kate’s. Will’s will be a traditional chocolate biscuit cake, made by McVitie’s, the cookie company that has been making British monarch wedding cakes since George V in 1893.

Kate’s cake will be the more stylish multi-tiered fruit cake, made by Fiona Cairns who creates elegant, modern, understated cakes for such icons of cool as Keith Richards and Sir Paul McCartney. Kate’s cake bakers have been legally sworn to secrecy, but the colors will be shades of white and that there will be intertwined initials decorating the cake as well as representations of acorns, the symbol on the Middleton coat of arms. But what stuck out to Mrs. Cairns the most was Kate’s request to include “the language of flowers.”

They will cut the cake with a sword.

After the reception William and Kate will drive back to Clarence House for a rest and then prepare for the evening when Prince Charles will host an exclusive dinner and dance for about 300 peopleat Buckingham Palace for family members and close friends of the newlyweds.

Wedding Night

The newlyweds will spend their wedding night in the splendour of the Belgian Suite in Buckingham Palace, the last word in silk-lined splendour. The Queen has set aside the five-roomed Belgian Suite for their wedding night.

After a night of celebrations they will cross the Palace’s stone-flagged floors to the west wing and descend 41 crimson steps to the suite, tucked away at the rear of the Palace.

It has two bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and access to the Palace garden and swimming pool. It was named by Queen ­Victoria in 1837 after her uncle, King Leopold of Belgium. Edward VIII moved in before his abdication in 1936. And Prince Andrew was born there.

Ex-US President George W. Bush, Russian leader Vladimir Putin and the Sultan of Brunei have stayed in recent years.

Of course, tradition dictates that William will carry his new bride over the threshold for good luck.

It is believed they may follow royal tradition by heading north to Balmoral on Saturday for a couple of days before travelling overseas for their honeymoon.

The Honeymoon

Welcome to Lizard Island… and the place where Prince William will be following in his father’s footsteps if, as predicted, he and new bride Kate Middleton make this their paradise retreat after their wedding.

Lizard Island

Lizard Island on the stunning Great Barrier Reef of Australia is the jewel in the crown of a breathtaking chain of islands in the Coral Sea off the coast of Queensland and is one of the top 10 island honeymoon destinations in the world.

The couple would make the 24-hour journey to Australia by first-class flight, most likely on British Airways.

The most luxurious villa on ­Lizard Island is the Ł2,000-a-night Pavilion, with its own plunge pool and ocean views. It is said to “combine privacy with a spectacular 270-degree panorama of Anchor Bay, Osprey Island and Sunset Beach”.

Once back, they will live on Anglesey, Wales, where Prince William works as a Royal Air Force search and rescue helicopter pilot.


Who is the designer of Kate Middleton’s royal wedding gown?  That is THE question that has piqued the interest of people worldwide.

Despite intense interest, the identity of Middleton’s designer and the style of her dress have remained a closely held secret. Palace officials say Middleton wants to surprise fiancee Prince William when she steps out of her Rolls-Royce to cross the Abbey threshold.

The gown that the bride-to-be is planning to wear for her April 29 nuptials to Prince William is expected to be an ivory and satin gown to have a V neckline and with sleeves, pearl-button detail and a 10-foot train,  much shorter than Princess Diana’s 25-footer.

“After just returning from New York’s Bridal Fashion Week, lace sleeves were a big trend and designers cited the royal wedding and Kate Middleton as their inspiration,” wedding planner Mark Niemierko says. “Monique Lhuillier’s Catherine Chantilly lace gown with long sleeves is the perfect example of this trend.” Niemierko is not planning Middleton’s nuptials.

It’s been rumored that everyone from Victoria Beckham to Alice Temperley has the gig. But now it seems that identity of the designer tapped to create what will be the Wedding Dress of the Century  has been narrowed to three real contenders.

Alice Temperley's creations

The first contender to emerge was couture designer, Bruce Oldfield, who was a favorite designer of Princess Diana and is rumored to be dressing many of the wedding guests. A lot of his collection this season has that very streamlined, modern look, which fits the body without revealing too much.

Samples of Bruce Oldfield's wedding dresses

Sarah Burton, creative director at the prominent Alexander McQueen house, has been touted as a possible contender. Because, really, can you get any more dramatic than a McQueen dress?

Sarah Burton's creations

Sophie Cranston’s name has been tossed into the ring. Cranston won the Designer of the Year Award at London’s Graduate Fashion week in 1999, worked for Alexander McQueen, and co-founded Temperley London with Alice Temperley in 2000 before launching her own line in 2002. Her designs feel very Kate-ish, don’t they? Her designs have beautiful, draped lines and an easy elegance about them…very Kate-ish.

Samples of Sophie Cranston' s wedding dresses

The royal bride-to-be supposedly designed her own wedding dress and then enlisted someone to bring to life the Renaissance-inspired gown, which includes a “nod” to Lady Diana’s Emanuel wedding dress. Middleton’s inspiration came from the Renaissance period—which she studied in Florence—and her History of Art degree from St. Andrews. So the chosen designer of Kate Middleton’s wedding dress may not have technically “designed” it at all.

Word is, however, that Jasper Conran will be designing at least one wedding dress for Middleton. She is said to have ordered three dresses—two backup wedding dresses in case her first choice is leaked to the press.

Jasper Conran's wedding dresses

A friend of Middleton’s told the Daily Mail, “All we have been told is that the dressmaker is fairly unknown and from a relatively small design house. But make no mistake, whoever’s name emerges on the day, this is very much Catherine’s dress.”

It is also being reported that after the wedding, the dress will be auctioned off for charity, with proceeds going to a range of organizations including the Prince’s Trust.

The future princess is expected to accessorize with diamond-and-pearl earrings—it is not known whether they fall under the “something old,” “something new,” or “something borrowed” category—along with pieces from the Queen’s collection, including a diamond tiara.

Whoever the designer may be, he or she must respect the decorum associated with Westminster Abbey. That means a strapless gown or a plunging neckline are unlikely — Middleton will probably have to wait for an evening reception at Buckingham Palace if she wants to wear something more revealing.

The only generally accepted guideline is that the designer will be British as Kate Middleton faces overwhelming pressure to use a British designer.


Mediacorp actress Michelle Chia raised eyebrows (not to mention arousals in men) at the Star Awards 2011 held at Resorts World Sentosa on Sunday night with a sexy see-through dress that left nothing to the imagination.  I am sure she must have got the inspiration to wear the see-through dress from royal bride-to-be Kate Middleton who reputedly charmed Prince William with her see-through dress. Maybe Chia was hoping to charm a prince at the award ceremony as it is rumoured that her marriage to actor Shaun Chen is heading for splitsville.

Michelle Chia adorns a Kate Middleton-inspired see-through dress

The now world-famous Kate Middleton see-through dress

Chia later changed into a Madonna-inspired red number with breast cones.  I guess Madonna works better on Chia as she emerged as one of the Top 10 Most Popular Female Artistes.

Michelle Chia' s conical bra dress

Madonna's famous cone bra outfit


Prince William’s bride-to-be Kate Middleton exudes royal style from her head to her toes. Kate seems to have a special liking for one special hair accessory — the Fascinator, a younger, more modern version of a hat, which is typically an ornate hair accessory that can feature feathers, beads, flowers and other fancy trimmings.

Kate Middleton adorned with a feathery fascinator

Retailers in the UK said that sales of fascinator head pieces have risen 65% and thousands have been sold in Harvey Nichols and Selfridges in the six months since the wedding announcement.  Kate Middleton, who has brought fascinators back en vogue in the UK, is getting credit for making the feathered “Fascinator” headwear a must-have in the United States.

Kate Middleton's fascinator

Fascination over the Fascinator is growing in the United States, with Google searches up 50% for this style of hat since January.

Kate has worn fascinators on several different occasions, showing women that this is a great accessory that can change up their look. There is no denying that fascinators look so elegant on her.

Kate Middleton's black fascinator

Kate Middleton looking beautiful in red

Doesn't Kate exude class and style?

Kate Middleton's fascinator hat

Fascinator sales have soared recently at Cedar Park, Texas-based Serendipity Tiaras, an online seller and supplier of bridal accessories such as veils, broaches, tiaras and fascinators to bridal boutiques.

“Orders are coming in from all over but most are from California, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania,” said Serendipity Tiaras owner Lauren Logan.

In the United States, brides tend to prefer headbands, veils and tiaras. The jump in fascinator orders thus caught Logan by surprise.

Kate Middleton is beautiful!

Kate Middleton fascinates with her fascinator

In fact, at Serendipity Tiaras, fascinator sales have now trumped orders for tiaras, considered to be the traditional wedding headpiece.

“Orders are coming in for all kinds of feathered fascinators. Customers also want fascinators with a small spray of flowers, tulle or with a hat,” she said.

Logan said prices for her China-made fascinators range from $35 to $100. As demand heats up, Logan said some of her styles are on backorder but promises to fulfill each order as quickly as she can.

Kate Middleton...stunning, isn't she?

David’s Bridal, the nation’s largest seller of bridal gowns and accessories used to sell fascinators but only in select stores.

“Demand is up now so we’re making sure we have more of them in stock and we now sell them in all of our stores,” said Dan Rentillo, the company’s design director.

“We are capitalizing on the sudden popularity of fascinators,” said Rentillo.

“In the past, the fascinator was perceived to be an older look,” Rentillo said.”Kate, who is such a style icon, is showing that younger people can pull it off and have fun with it.”

In the United States, fascinators are now seen popping up at parties and other events.

Kate Middleton is "fascinator-ing"


The world will grind to a stop this Friday as the royal wedding fever reaches its climax. It is estimated that about 2 billions people will watch the royal wedding on television. It has been billed as the Wedding of the Decade and Wedding of the Century!

It’s such a pity that Princess Diana isn’t around to witness the wedding of his eldest son to Kate Middleton. Kate has captured the hearts of millions around the world with her beauty and her charm.

While we wait for Friday to come round, here are two royal wedding spook videos to keep you entertained…..enjoy!


Britain’s Prince William ‘s engagement to Kate Middleton has finally been announced by the British royal family yesterday, ending years of speculation about whether and when the prince would propose to his longtime girlfriend.

Prince Wiiliam and Kate Middleton

According to the announcement, Prince William officially proposed to Middleton when the two were on vacation in Kenya two months ago and also asked her father for her hand in marriage.

Prince William proposed to Middleton using the 18-carat sapphire and diamond engagement ring that belonged to his mother, the late Princess Diana. So what does the famous ring look like? It’s the dazzling oval, 18-carat blue sapphire and white diamond ring that the late Princess Diana chose after becoming engaged to Charles in 1981.

The engagement ring

“This was my way of making sure that my mother didn’t miss out on today,” William said as the couple posed for photographers in the state apartments at St. James’ Palace.

William holds his mother up like an icon but admits that “I just want to make sure I keep her memory alive and all the good things and good work that she did.”

Infant William with his parents Primcess Diana & Prince Charles

Prince William did his proposing the right way- he asked Kate’s father for his daughter’s hand before proposing to her. And he admitted to being nervous about popping the question. “I was not sure she would say yes.” he said. “How could I be? ”

Congratulatory remarks poured in from around Britain following the announcement. Prime Minister David Cameron received the news during a cabinet meeting.

“A great cheer went up and a great banging of the table,” Cameron told reporters. “A great day for our country, a great day for the royal family and obviously a great day for Prince William and for Kate.”

Cameron said he spoke to Prince William after the news was announced and passed on his congratulations.

“He was extremely excited about the news and thrilled about what lies in store,” Cameron said.

“It’s great to have a piece of unadulterated good news that everyone can celebrate,” he added. “I’m sure it will be something where the country will come together. … It’s two young people who love each other who’ve made this decision, and it’s a fantastically important and exciting moment for them, too.”

Prince William, second-in-line to the throne after his father Prince Charles, and Kate Middleton, daughter of self-made entrepreneurs, will tie the knots in spring or summer of 2011, said a statement from Clarence House. It said further details would be announced “in due course.”

Clarence House

Clarence House refused to say what Middleton will be called after she gets married, saying any styles and titles are at the discretion of the queen. Perhaps setting the stage for her being called “Princess Catherine,” Prince Charles used Middleton’s official first name in making the announcement from Clarence House, his London residence near Buckingham Palace yesterday.

The location for the wedding is also being kept secret, though it is expected to take place at Westminster Abbey. Other possible locations include Paul’s Cathedral and Windsor Castle.

William’s grandparents, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, are said to be “absolutely delighted” by the news, according to a statement released by Buckingham Palace. Under British law and custom, Prince William actually had to officially ask his grandmother’s permission to marry, given that he will one day become king.

Prince William is the son of Prince Charles, heir to the throne, and Princess Diana. Charles and Diana were married in 1981 but divorced in 1996. A year later, Diana was killed in a car crash in a Paris tunnel while being chased by paparazzi photographers.

The Royal Wedding of Princess Diana & Prince Charles

Prince William and Middleton, both 28, have had a lengthy relationship of eight years, including a brief separation before reuniting. They first met in 2002 when both were students at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland and started dating a year later. They broke up in April 2007 despite widespread speculation even then that they were close to marriage. The split was said to be amicable, with the couple determined to remain friends, and the two appeared together in the royal box at Wembley Stadium that July for the Concert for Diana, a charity event to remember William’s mother 10 years after her death.

Prince William studied geography and Middleton studied history of art before both graduated in 2005. William was originally on the same art program but changed to geography; Middleton was widely credited with persuading him to change course rather than drop out.

They first appeared as a couple on a skiing trip in Switzerland while still at the university. Since then, photos of them holidaying have appeared, showing Kate in bikinis.

Prince William and Kate Middleton holidaying

Kate Middleton in bikin

The British Royal family became somewhat of an ongoing reality show 29 years ago, when Princess Diana married Prince Charles. Diana allowed unprecedented access, gave candid interviews and became a star in her own right. Since her death in 1997, her sons have basked in the afterglow of Diana’s press adoration. They are, after all, the future of the monarchy.

Their 2011 wedding will be the largest Royal event since Prince William’s parents, Prince Charles and Lady Diana were married on July 29, 1981. However the nuptials will likely one that is cognizant of the tough global economic times and not be too frivolous. How will Prince William’s royal wedding compare to the royal wedding of his late mother, Princess Diana?

Prince William and Kate Middleton seem to enjoy a less high-profile style than Princess Diana and Prince Charles, so their royal wedding may be on a much smaller scale. They seem like a couple who will go with a more intimate affair for their nuptials than a televised royal wedding.

Sexy Kate Middleton

Most Brits are delighted that the young Prince William will soon take a bride, even if she does not come from Royalty herself. Many are immediately reminded of William’s mother, who though not of royal descent, became one of the most beloved and popular Royal figures not only on Britain but around the world. Will Princess Kate posses the same appeal to the masses as Diana? Time will only tell.

Middleton grew up in Bucklebury, England, a small village about 45 miles west of central London. Her parents are millionaire entrepreneurs who run Party Pieces, an online children’s party supplies business.

Kate with her parents Carole and Michael Middleton

After university, Middleton worked in London as an accessories buyer for the British clothing chain Jigsaw but left the company in late 2007. Media reports said she was interested in opening a photography gallery. According to news reports, she has been working with her parents’ business since August.

Middleton’s family is seen as upper-middle class. Such a background bodes well for her future role at the side of the future king, according to Lady Colin Campbell, who wrote a biography of Princess Diana.

“The problem with recent royal brides who were aristocratic is that they thought they were doing the royal family a favor by marrying them,” she told CNN, “while the middle-class girls like Sophie Wessex, the countess of Wessex (married to Prince Charles’ brother, Edward), and Kate Middleton understand that to be royal requires some sacrifice, and they do not suffer from folie de grandeur (delusion of greatness) the way aristocratic girls evidently do nowadays.”

Davies, however, said he feels the opposite about Middleton, who he said lacks the “charisma” shown by William’s mother.

“Remember that this young lady has no royal connections what-so-ever, and that can be a danger,” he said.

Middleton has already met Queen Elizabeth at royal events including the wedding of William’s cousin, Peter Phillips, and Autumn Kelly in 2008.

Because no specific date has been announced for the Royal wedding, there is a lot of speculation as to when the eagerly-awaited wedding will take place. Bookmakers Paddy Power on Tuesday were offering three-to-one odds on August 13, 2011, being the wedding date, and four-to-one odds on August 6. It said Saturday, July 30, was less likely, at 10-to-one odds, because it falls just a day after the 30th anniversary of the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana.

The choice of 2011 as the year for the wedding makes sense because the Olympic Games take place in London in 2012, the same year the queen plans to celebrate her Diamond Jubilee, marking 60 years on the throne.

Prince William has a military career and is active in several charities. In September, he graduated from a military search-and-rescue helicopter pilot training course and was posted as a search-and-rescue helicopter pilot to RAF Valley, the station on the island of Anglesey in north Wales. He is known as Flight Lieutenant Wales within the RAF.

Search and rescue helicopter pilot Prince William

Middleton is currently living with her fiance at a house in Anglesey, giving them some privacy from the press and paparazzi. The couple will continue living there after the wedding.