Friday, September 17, 2010

Wills to marry his Kate in 2012

They'll wed just before Olympics

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PRINCE William will end the marathon wait for Kate Middleton - by making her his bride in 2012 just before the London Olympics.

The News of the World can reveal they will marry in the spring - just ahead of his 30th birthday in June.
ORFALLY HAPPY: Queen likes date
The couple want their big day around the time when the world's spotlight is on London - for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee in June and the Games which start July 27.
A senior insider said: "William and Kate are both aware a royal wedding followed by the jubilee celebrations and the Olympics will really put Britain on the map again."
Secret plans are being drawn up for the nuptials to fit in with both major events.
The source said: "This will be a landmark occasion. The Chinese may have put on a great show for the last Olympics but nobody can do royal pomp like we can. It will be spectacular.
"There is no doubt that Kate is the right girl for William. Their future together is sealed.
"The powers that be, and I mean right to the top, see this as the perfect opportunity to secure the monarchy at the heart of the people at a time when the media focus is on our country."
Rumours have been rife about when the couple will wed. They met at the University of St Andrews in Scotland and have dated for eight years - splitting up twice along the way.
VENUE?: St George's Chapel
Talk reached fever pitch when Wills turned 28 in June - after once saying he'd marry by the time he was 28 or 30. Royal biographer Tina Brown claimed the nuptials would be that month while others wrongly said it would be in Westminster Abbey in August.
Our high-level source, who correctly revealed the date of Charles and Camilla's Windsor wedding in April 2005, confirmed the Queen is in favour of a 2012 ceremony
She feels it would enhance her jubilee celebrations rather than undermine them. But she would prefer a smaller royal wedding at St George's Chapel, Windsor, rather than an "all singing all dancing" bash like Charles and Diana who wed at St Paul's Cathedral in 1981.
The source continued: "Windsor is traditionally a royal wedding venue. It's a more controlled environment within the confines of the castle."
Wills, who is expected to graduate as a RAF search-and-rescue pilot next week, is also said to prefer a low-key celebration. He is against Westminster Abbey, where the Queen married, as a location as it was the venue for his mother Diana's funeral 13 years ago.
Kate, 28, has been nicknamed Waity Katie because of William's reluctance to name a wedding date.
But insiders say Kate and Wills - who we exclusively revealed now live together in North Wales near his RAF base - are happy to wait until 2012 to wed.
CHARLES: Wed Camilla in Windsor
The source added: "There's no rush. Kate will be at William's side as his wife for the jubilee in the Olympic year, but their reasoning not to wed before then is simply that it will focus undue attention on them before they want it.
"Today they live in relative peace. They enjoy a life like no other royal couple before them. As soon as they wed they know Kate will become public property. There is no need to put undue pressure on themselves right now."
Until recently Kate has been working for her parents' party goods firm, dividing her time between the family home in Berkshire and William's rented farmhouse in Wales.
Sources say she has not been seen at Party Pieces for months - and is now focused on William and her photography hobby



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