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Duke and Duchess postpone honeymoon

1 May 2011 Tourism News

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have postponed their honeymoon and plan to spend the weekend at a private location in the UK, before William returns to work next week, according to reports.

Royal Wedding brings £50m boost to West End shops

Royal Wedding brings £50m boost to West End shops

30 April 2011 Tourism News

Tourists in London will splurged over £50 million more than normal during the four-day weekend, with hundreds of thousands of extra guests in town for the Royal Wedding. With the celebrations completed yesterday, many travellers to the UK capital will begin the important task of spending money.

Royal wedding: sealed with a kiss

29 April 2011 Travel Events News

Prince William and Kate Middleton brought their public celebrations of their wedding service to a crescendo by kissing twice on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. They were cheered by thousands of well-wishers – many who had camped for days – gathered outside the palace, whilst RAF planes flew past in honour of the new couple. More than a million people descended on central London for the historic occasion.

The World’s Leading Destination celebrates in style

29 April 2011 Tourism News

London, voted the “World’s Leading Destination” at 2010 World Travel Awards, had a chance to bask in the spring sunshine a crowd over one million royal well-wishers lined the procession route to cheer for Prince William and his new wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge. The wedding was said to be the capital’s largest ever event as crowds joined the party in parks and squares across the capital.

Royal wedding: guests start arriving

29 April 2011 Tourism News

The crowds are gathered outside, the red carpet in Westminster Abbey is laid, and the first of the 1,900 guests are started to arrive for the royal wedding. Thousands of people have camped out overnight on the procession route between the church and Buckingham Palace.

London prepares for Royal Wedding celebrations

Bunting has been hung along the mall as Union Jack flags flutter from crown-topped lampposts – all London awaits now is the bride. With just hours to go final preparations are being made. Prince Harry is putting his final touches to what promises to be a revealing speech in his role as Best Man, while hundreds of hand picked guests will be deciding on which gown to wear.

Goring Hotel rides on royal connection

Goring Hotel rides on royal connection

16 April 2011 Hotel News

The luxurious London hotel in which Kate Middleton will spend the night before she marries Prince William has released promotional footage, taking advantage of its royal connection.