Prince William and Kate Middleton will leave Westminster Abbey in a royal carriage

As the big Royal wedding grows achingly closer by the day, more and more details about the coveted event are leaking out to the press – and the latest is nothing short of a magical fairytale.

News has just come to our attention that Prince William and Kate Middleton are set to leave Westminster Abbey as husband as wife in the 1902 State Landau – the same carriage that in fact carried William’s parents following their marital ceremony in 1981.

But to mix things up a bit, Kate has reportedly chosen to travel in a Rolls-Royce Phantom V1 to Westminster – unlike the late Diana who arrived in a glass Cinderella carriage on her big day.

Kate reportedly chose the exclusive Phantom for its large windows and visibility – not to mention it’s also the same car Prince Charles and Camilla used in their 2005 wedding – we guess the V1 is a common family favourite, eh?

And instead of wedding gifts, the high-profile couple have asked their guests to donate to a list of charities close to their heart, reports Vogue UK.

How very kind of them indeed.


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