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    So is the royal Prince's wedding a public event ??
    if so whos going and excited ?
    it will be so busy thought wont it and crowded not a good idea for young children right?
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    You actually want to go?
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    (Original post by ZeeAli)
    So is the royal Prince's wedding a public event ??
    If you mean 'can I get into the church', no. If you mean 'can I stand in the street and wait with the hundreds of thousands of other people for a couple of seconds seeing the couple' then yes, by all means. They might even put up some big television screens or something.
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    As far as I know, Ed's wedding will be a small and private occasion.
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    (Original post by Teveth)
    As far as I know, Ed's wedding will be a small and private occasion.
    :rofl: since when was Ed a Royal Prince?
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    The Prince, not the Royal Prince. Similarly, the sky, not the blue sky.
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    The Royal Prince as opposed to just Prince (the artist formerly known as.)
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    Yeah you can stand out in the street and see the car go past for a brief second. It'll be completely rammed, and maybe not a good idea for kids if they tend to run off?

    Similar to this?

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p00fnhyz
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    (Original post by Aj12)
    You actually want to go?
    i was thinking of are you not ?
    it is a biigg event :P
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    (Original post by linkdapink)
    Yeah you can stand out in the street and see the car go past for a brief second. It'll be completely rammed, and maybe not a good idea for kids if they tend to run off?

    Similar to this?

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p00fnhyz
    woah omg i probably wont now :L :L are you ?
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    (Original post by L i b)
    If you mean 'can I get into the church', no. If you mean 'can I stand in the street and wait with the hundreds of thousands of other people for a couple of seconds seeing the couple' then yes, by all means. They might even put up some big television screens or something.
    Lol cool and it was just a thought! :P
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    I love the wedding for one reason: A day off! :woo:

    Otherwise, I'm not bothered.
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    I really want to watch it, but just on the telly!
 
 
 
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