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Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Royal wedding dress

Spectators heading to central London to watch the royal wedding unfold on giant screens are being encouraged to dress up for the occasion by wearing hats.

Organisers said they want those attending to feel like wedding guests. As well as the suggested dress code, they are also laying on wedding bands at both locations, and stalls selling champagne, Pimm's and wedding cake so that members of the public can toast the royal couple.

Children will be able to take part in hat-making workshops, with photo booths in place to record the moment for posterity.
The events are being jointly staged by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, London Mayor Boris Johnson and the Royal Parks. They are free and non-ticketed, with places allocated on a first-come, first-served basis once the sites open at 7am on Friday.

Tourism Minister John Penrose said: "The royal wedding will put the UK in the international spotlight as never before.
"Billions all around the world are expected to watch it on TV with hundreds of thousands coming to London to be part of the celebration. These free events - each one taking place in London locations that are world-famous in themselves - will add enormously to the visitor experience."
About 21,000 people are expected to flock to Trafalgar Square and the immediate vicinity, while about 240,000 are anticipated in Hyde Park, where three screens will show all the action on the day.

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