Prince William to wed Kate Middleton ‘next summer’?

London: After a decade of courtship, Prince William is finally set to marry Kate Middleton next summer, say sources.

After announcing their engagement in November, the pair will marry in June – the ceremony is expected to be one of the largest of the 21st century.

The venue will most probably be St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle – the same place where William’s dad Prince Charles, 61, and 63-year-old Camilla, Duchess Of Cornwall, got married.

According to reports by The Daily Star, Buckingham Palace has been suggested as the venue for a reception.

William and Kate, both 28, met at the University of St Andrews, Fife, in 2001, but briefly split up in 2007.

They reunited soon after and have been a couple ever since.

Now sources say it looks as though they are ready to make the ultimate commitment to each other.


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