Royal Wedding Last-Minute Details

Just a few hours just before the most anticipated royal wedding, Kate Middleton along with her bridesmaids and best man Prince Harry rehearsed for the second time on Thursday at Westminster Abbey.

The wedding on Friday is expected to display elegance at top scale with royal carriages, as well as Household Calvary mounted troops. Union Jacks- the red, blue and white-colored flags of United Kingdom- covered the entire parade route. Meanwhile, pavements have been scrubbed with street cleaners.

The couples have invited 1,900 guests to their wedding. However, thousands are expected to gather around the parade route from the Westminster Abbey to the Buckingham palace after the ceremony on Friday. The church, as well, has been revamped into a beautiful forest. Two hornbeams and six field maples lined-up in the aisle to the altar.

Five thousand police officers are expected to go on duty on Friday. They will look out for protesters, anti-monarchists, hooligans and anti-monarchists who might ruin the royal event. Also, police patrols will be distributed around the area.

Other wedding details include: Kate Middleton will walk down the aisle with the hymn of “I was glad” from the Psalm 122. It is an anthem setting composed by Sir Charles Hubert Hastings Parry. Also, Middleton will say to “love, comfort, honor and keep” him, instead of her promise to “obey” her husband in the wedding vows.

Yet, Prince William and Kate Middleton, in their message in the wedding program, say they were deeply touched with the affection everyone has showed them.

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