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A Royal Vacation

By Travelersmind

In a little over a month, the world will turn its eyes to London and the much anticipated nuptials that will take place between Prince William and Kate Middleton. As for me, I have every intention of tuning in on April 29 to watch every second of the Royal Wedding, gazing in awe and wonder as Kate steps out in front of Westminster Abbey in her wedding gown, preparing to walk down the aisle to meet her prince. It almost sounds like a fairy tale; a fairy tale I would love to witness in person. While I know I would not be able to make it into the church for the ceremony, I would enjoy seeing the streets of London transform into an elegant processional for the future princess as she rides through the city. As someone who adores London, I would love to capture how the city changes from its bustling, fast-paced nature into an entranced ocean of locals and guests all connected by one event. I think the energy and excitement of the city during the royal wedding will be epic, and I would be honored to write about that experience.

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