Wills, Kate’s ‘balcony kiss’ key wedding moment!
London: Of all the things that Kate Middleton and Prince William’s wedding will bring to the world, the most anticipated moment seems to be that on the balcony – the Royal kiss, so to speak.
It has been confirmed that the newly weds will definitely share a kiss on the Buckingham Palace balcony after their wedding - just like Charles and Diana did 30 years ago.
And the couple will have two receptions - hosted by the Queen and Prince Charles.
"There WILL be a balcony moment. William and Kate used their Christmas break to make a lot of progress on all sorts of things. They`re very buoyed up,” the Sun quoted a St James`s Palace aide as saying.
Middleton will be driven from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey for the 11am ceremony on April 29 in a limo. Her father Michael, 61, will join her on the journey.
The Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams will marry the couple.
And when she emerges from the church as a Royal she and Wills will climb into a horse-drawn carriage for a grand procession back to the Palace.
The Queen will then hold an informal lunch for 900 guests at 12.30pm -and an hour into it the couple will appear on the balcony.