All you need to know about Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge

The Best Locations!

Apr 2011

As the excitement mounts and the countdown week begins, keen Royalists and followers of the Prince William and Catherine Middleton are expected to start arriving in central London, to secure the best vantages points along the wedding route.

Loyal supporters are likely to camp out at various points between Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey, to have the best chance of catching a glimpse of the Royal bride and groom.

Guests will start to arrive at Westminster Abbey from 9.00am and the service will take place at 11.00 am.  William and Catherine will travel by carriage past the House of Parliament, Horse Guards Parade, The Mall, St. James’ Park and Clarence House before arriving Buckingham Palace.

Here’s a selection of locations where you can view the wedding procession and all the excitement from the street …

  • The Mall for a front row seat – only for those who arrive early!

  • Parliament Square for a view of Westminster Abbey – to catch a glimpse of the wedding party.

  • London Eye – for a bird’s eye view of Westminster Abbey.

  • Where The Mall meets Horse Guards Road – to catch a glimpse of the bride and groom as they travel to Buckingham Palace.

  • St James’s Park Australia Gate – for the closest view of Buckingham Palace.

Remember you will need to arrive early to be in with a chance of securing your spot and don’t forget to bring essential supplies including food and drink, suitable clothing and a camera!



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