From the Royal Wedding route map and gorgeous photos inside Buckingham
Palace to Kate's last-minute preparations, here's everything
royal-watchers need to know for the April 29 celebration
TORONTO, April 25 /CNW/ - After months of exciting build-up, the wedding
of Prince William and Catherine Middleton is less than a week away!
HELLO! Canada takes you up close and personal with the last-minute
plans, the frenzy, the history and customs - and the modern-day love
story that has captured the world.
The country's foremost authority on the Royal Family, HELLO! Canada has
unparalleled access to the royals' lives and the intimate details of
the Royal Wedding. Editor-in-chief Alison Eastwood - who will be in
London for the wedding - leads a team of ultimate royal watchers who
possess unequalled inside knowledge on the history, protocol, lives,
extended families, fashions and up-to-the-minute news of William and
This special Royal Wedding Guide includes:
A royal watcher's guide to the big day:
Royal schedule: a minute-by-minute itinerary
Route map: a guide to the wedding-day procession
Who's who: the notable names and faces to look for
Kate Middleton prepares to step into royal life On April 29, she'll
emerge from her wedding at Westminster Abbey not only as a wife, but
also a princess. HELLO! Canada has the inside scoop on the modern woman
who captured the heart of a prince.
Did you know?
HELLO! Canada brings you 29 fun facts about the wedding, including:
The Queen will bestow new titles upon Prince William and Kate Middleton.
They will be officially announced before the ceremony.
In accordance with British law, William had to ask permission of the
Queen to marry Kate.
Sleeveless dresses are not considered acceptable for women attending the
ceremony inside Westminster Abbey. White gloves and a hat are
Inside Buckingham Palace
We bring you a private tour of the stunning state rooms that are the
setting for Kate and William's spectacular receptions.
Personal reflection from India Hicks
At age 13, she was a bridesmaid at her godfather Prince Charles's
wedding to Princess Diana. Thirty years later, the mother-of-four
remembers that historic ceremony. "I felt very honoured to be chosen,"
Kate's hometown: How the people of Buckleberry are celebrating their
most famous daughter.
How to channel Kate's regal beauty with wedding-day hair and makeup tips
from the experts.
In addition to this special double-issue, watch for the following:
Editor-in-chief Alison Eastwood will be in London for the entire royal
wedding week, and will parlay that once-in-a-lifetime experience into
the pages of HELLO! Canada, with special on-the-scene reports and
intimate stories of Kate and William's big day. This special issue will
hit newsstands only days after the April 29 event, on May 2.
Next, HELLO! Canada will present an exclusive Royal Wedding
Commemorative Issue, on newsstands May 6. With hundreds of glorious
photos and insightful stories, this standalone issue will be a
About HELLO! Canada
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than eight million readers in more than 100 countries. HELLO! Canada is
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