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The countdown to the Royal wedding continues

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The countdown to the Royal wedding continues


In London the splendour of the Mall is getting its finishing touches where thousands will line the route to Buckingham Palace on Friday hoping for a fleeting glimpse of Mr and Mrs Windsor, the Royal couple.
Its been announced the ten bells of Westminster Abbey will ring out across the capital for more than three hours with a peal all wedding watchers will know is called, ‘Spliced Surprise Royal’.
And forecasters say the weather could provide a surprise as they predict heavy rain on the day. 
Crowds have continued to gather in London though a recent poll found 79 per cent of Brits are indifferent to the union. The sample size was 2,000.
The Goring hotel will be the base for Kate and her family on the night before the big day, its rumoured she turned down the offer of a bed at the Palace.
William and his bride should be well prepared for Friday, they’ve even had a practise signing their names in the visitors book in the city hall in Belfast during a recent visit. 
The Royal kiss on Buckingham Palace balcony is scheduled for 13.25 on Friday. There is no record to show if they have been rehearsing it for their worldwide audience.

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