BREAKING NEWS… A prominent member of the British royal family is to be married later this week in London, the capital city of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
The nuptials, scheduled for April 29, 2011, will bring together William Arthur Philip Louis, of “The House of Windsor,” and his fiancee Catherine Elizabeth Middleton, a “commoner.” The wedding ceremony, according to recent royal protocol, will take place at Westminster Abbey and be conducted by the “Archbishop of Canterbury,” Rowan Williams.
Second in the line of succession to the thrones of sixteen independent states (“the Commonwealth Realms”), William is the elder son of Charles, the “Prince of Wales,” and the third eldest grandchild of “Her Royal Highness, Her Majesty The Queen Elizabeth II.” William’s mother is the late Diana, the “Princess of Wales,” nee Spencer, who died in a road traffic accident in Paris, France, in 1997.
Invited guests confirmed to attend the wedding include David Beckham, former captain of the England football team, and his wife Victoria Beckham (nee Adams), former member of the popular music group “The Spice Girls,” homosexual musician Sir Elton John, businessman and amateur balloonist Sir Richard Branson, and Rolf Harris, professional Australian.
Invited dignitaries, foreign royals, and religious figures include “His Majesty The King of Swaziland Mswati III,” Katherine, “The Crown Princess of Yugoslavia,” “The Right Honorables, The Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress of the City of London,” and “Chief Rabbi, The Right Honorable, The Lord Sacks, Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth.”
Video footage of the wedding is set to be broadcast live via satellite to news outlets and other media organizations throughout the world, commencing 8.15 a.m., “Greenwich Mean Time.”