First Canada. Now Britain.
The stamps also include the silhouette of the queen and will be released next month on the monarch’s birthday, April 21. A posting on the official royal wedding Web site noted that the Testino photos were taken Nov. 25, a little more than a week after the engagement was announced.
The stamps will be available in mini-sheets of four and can be purchased alone; with a four-page booklet that has information about William and Kate’s lives and the history of Westminster Abbey, where they are to be married; or even with one of the Royal Mint’s coins honoring the couple.
Royal Mail is accepting preorder requests by phone — see directions here.
The Associated Press notes that William has been featured on British stamps twice already: to mark the 100th birthday of his great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, in 2004, and in honor of his 21st birthday in 2003.