With just 50 days left to The Royal Wedding have you got your plans organised, whether planning a trip down to London or celebrating it in your own way there’s not long left until the big day. With the wedding taking place in London the capital city will be full of both overseas and home visitors who are travelling on a London break especially to enjoy the festivities of the Royal Wedding.
The 1981 wedding between Princess Diana and Prince Charles had 600,000 people filling the streets of London to join in the royal celebrations, with 750 million people watching at home. With Kate’s dress yet to be decided on the couple have much to do before the big day.
With the marriage taking place in England the honeymoon in Scotland, and with Prince William being based in Wales the majority of the UK is involved in the wedding of the year. Plus with the wedding falling so soon after Easter there is plenty of time to celebrate in style, you can take an extended London break during the Royal celebrations and soak in the vibrant atmosphere of the Capital and still have time to recover before going back to work.
What will you be doing for the Royal Wedding? Are you planning on booking a London hotel or will you be enjoying the day in your own way, perhaps getting together with neighbours for a regal tea party.