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23 March 2017 21:58 (South Africa)

Prince William to marry Kate Middleton next year

  • Andy Rice
    andy rice
    Andy Rice

    Andy Rice is a founding partner of Yellowwood Future Architects, a marketing strategy consultancy. In his other lives, he is the southern hemisphere's only supporter of Cambridge United Football Club, and was once upon a time the South African National Spoofing Champion. He has played football at Wembley and cricket at Lord's within the same weekend, but troubled the scorer on neither occasion. Things could only go up from here.

The UK's Prince William and Kate Middleton will be married in spring or summer 2011, Clarence House announced on Tuesday. (If you aren't up on your Royal watching, William is the older of Princess Di's two boys). The couple reportedly became engaged in Kenya last month. Middleton will officially become a princess when she marries William, who is second in line to the British throne after his father. Like William's mother, Middleton is also a "commoner". The wedding couldn't have been timed better - "Wills" is getting on, not to mention the fact that the Brits need something to take their minds off the depressing spectre that is the UK economy. Read more: The Independent

  • Andy Rice
    andy rice
    Andy Rice

    Andy Rice is a founding partner of Yellowwood Future Architects, a marketing strategy consultancy. In his other lives, he is the southern hemisphere's only supporter of Cambridge United Football Club, and was once upon a time the South African National Spoofing Champion. He has played football at Wembley and cricket at Lord's within the same weekend, but troubled the scorer on neither occasion. Things could only go up from here.

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