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Prince William to wed Kate Middleton on April 29.

Britain's Prince William and his fiancee, Kate Middleton, are to be married April 29 at Westminster Abbey in London.

 
 

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Prince William, left, and his fiancee Kate Middleton smile during a visit to the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. During the visit they viewed the surviving Papal Bull (the university's founding document), unveiled a plaque, and met a selection of the university s current staff and students to mark the start of the school's 600th anniversary. Prince William and Kate Middleton attended the university from 2001 to 2005 and began their romance there.


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