The corners where Prince William and Kate Middleton lived their love story

After eight years of dating, Prince William of England and Kate Middleton have announced their wedding, which will take place in the spring or summer of 2011. Although they have not yet set a date or place, the whole of Great Britain is preparing to celebrate it throughout big. And in particular, the places that have witnessed their love story.

The little Prince

Prince William was born in London at St Mary’s Hospital in London and was baptized at Buckingham Palace. He studied at Wet Herby Primary School in the heart of the Notting Hill neighborhood. Later he entered Eton, the exclusive college located in Windsor, on the banks of the Thames and a short distance from his grandmother’s palace.

The prince is a traveler, but his official residence is London’s Clarence House, which he shares with his father Prince Charles, Camilla the Duchess of Cornwall and his brother Harry. The building is open to the public during the summer months. Family enjoy High grove countryside, in Tet bury, several of the products of Duchy Originals, Prince Charles’ organic food brand, are produced here.

Sweet Kate Middleton

The bride, called Catherine by her family, comes from Buckle bury, a small town of about two thousand inhabitants in the English county of Berkshire. From their five-bedroom home near Newbury Racecourse, the Middleton’s run Party Pieces, the family business selling festive items online.

Kate Middleton boarded at Marlborough College, Wiltshire, surrounded by Tudor hunting grounds. The Middleton’s recently bought a flat in the London neighborhood of Chelsea, which they use when any member of the family visits London.
Love on the catwalk

William of England defied the royal tradition of graduating from Oxford or Cambridge and enrolled at St Andrews, Scotland’s oldest university. A place also considered the cradle of golf.

The Prince coincided with Kate in the common areas of the faculty and residence of St Salvator, better known as “Sally”. And they were found every morning doing lengths in the pool of the Old Course hotel. But it was during a charity fashion show at the five-star St Andrews Bay hotel that the crush took place. Where William was dazzled by Kate’s runway appearance.

In 2002, their sophomore year of college, William, Kate, and two friends left campus and moved into a downtown apartment at 13 Hope Street.. From there they would go out for pints of cider in the local pubs and take bucolic walks along the shores of the North Sea.  The relationship of the then students was consolidated out of the public eye: with escapades to the Scottish castle of Balmoral and organized hunts on the Sandringham estate in Norfolk. Romantic Scotland could be one of their honeymoon destinations, as Wills and Kate will like to reminisce about the first moments of their relationship.

Days of wine and roses

Like any young couple, William of England and Kate Middleton know how to have fun. A night in London used to start with Hawaiian cocktails at Mahiki (Mayfair) and end at the Boujis runway, a stone’s throw from the South Kensington tube. William’s love of polo makes him a regular at the Guards club, where the glamorous Cartier Polo Championship is held every year.

The link

There are several candidate places to host the wedding of the decade, whose television broadcast could attract 4,000 million viewers. Westminster Abbey in London is one of the places in the sights of the young couple. This is where coronations are traditionally held and where Queen Elizabeth was married in 1947. For Guillermo it is a place that brings back very emotional memories since the funerals of his mother, Lady Di, were held here.  Other possibilities include the beautiful St George ‘s Chapel in Windsor and London’s imposing St Paul ‘s Cathedral where William’s parents were married.

The love nest

The couple will begin their married life on the island of Anglesey, North Wales. In this town is the RAF base where the prince is trained as a rescue pilot. The couple have been seen exploring the island on bikes and dining with white wine or beer at the White Eagle pub in Rhoscolyn. On their visits to London they will stay in an apartment inside Clarence House.

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