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Workers gesture after completing a pair of colored brick murals featuring the faces of Britain's Prince William and Catherine Middleton near Sydney. The two murals, which contain 8,300 bricks and 7,500 half bricks of different shades, will stay in place for three months to celebrate the royal wedding in London. (April 28, 2011)

Royal Wedding preparations

The royal wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton will take place on April 29, 2011 and is expected to be watched by more than a billion people around the world. Preparations for the wedding are underway.

Royal enthusiasts sit in front of Westminster Abbey
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Royal enthusiasts sit in front of Westminster Abbey in London. Revelers are camping outside the Abbey where Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton are due to get married on Friday, April 29. (April 28, 2011)

Royal enthusiasts camp in front of Westminster Abbey
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Royal enthusiasts camp in front of Westminster Abbey in London. Revelers are camping outside the Abbey where Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton are due to get married on Friday, April 29. (April 28, 2011)

Royal enthusiasts camp in front of Westminster Abbey
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Royal enthusiasts camp in front of Westminster Abbey in London. Revelers are camping outside the Abbey where Prince William and Kate Middleton are due to get married on Friday, April 29. (April 28, 2011)

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Cupcakes bearing images of Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton in a shop in St. Andrews in Scotland. The pair met while studying at St. Andrews University and will marry at London's Westminster Abbey on Friday April 29, 2011. (April 28, 2011)

Workers gesture after completing a pair of colored
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Workers gesture after completing a pair of colored brick murals featuring the faces of Britain's Prince William and Catherine Middleton near Sydney. The two murals, which contain 8,300 bricks and 7,500 half bricks of different shades, will stay in place for three months to celebrate the royal wedding in London. (April 28, 2011)

The Blues & Royals of the Household Cavalry
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The Blues & Royals of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment ride out of the Horse Guards Parade in London, Friday, April 22, 2011. The Blues & Royals together with the Life Guards will form a Sovereign's Escort for Queen Elizabeth II and a Captain's Escort for the bride and groom from Westminster Abbey to Buckingham Palace during the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton on April 29.

A man looks at souvenirs of Prince William
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A man looks at souvenirs of Prince William and Kate Middleton on display at a street stall in London, Friday, April 22, 2011. Prince William and Kate Middleton are to marry at Westminster Abbey in London on April 29.

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Union flag buntings hang across Regent Street in London to celebrate the forthcoming royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, Friday, April 22, 2011. Prince William and Kate Middleton are to marry at Westminster Abbey in London on April 29.

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Face masks of Britain's Prince William and his
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Face masks of Britain's Prince William and his fiancee Kate Middleton are loaded into boxes for shipping at a production plant in Southam, central England Friday April 22, 2011. Over 120,000 of the masks have been sold worldwide with Mask-arade company staff working around the clock to complete orders before the Royal Wedding. Britain's Prince William will marry Kate Middleton in London's Westminster Abbey on Friday April 29.

Master Tailor Lance Sergeant Matthew Else, in suit,
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Master Tailor Lance Sergeant Matthew Else, in suit, takes part in a ceremonial inspection ahead of the royal wedding for members of the 1st Battalion Irish Guards at their barracks in Windsor, England, Thursday, April 21, 2011. Britain's Prince William is due to marry Kate Middleton on April 29.

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A woman holds a tea bag with the portrait of Kate Middleton on April 20, 2011 in Hamburg, northern Germany. The tea speciality "Katea & William" depicts Britain's Prince William and his fiancee Kate on its bags and is being created at a Hamburg backyard. The Royal Wedding of William and Kate will take place on April 29, 2011 at Westminster Abbey in London.

Bunting is seen on Regent Street as preparations
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Bunting is seen on Regent Street as preparations for the royal wedding of Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton continue in central London on April 20, 2011. The wedding is set to be Britain's biggest royal wedding since William's parents, Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer, married in 1981. April 29 has been made a public holiday throughout the kingdom.

A lady holds Prince William and Kate Middleton
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A lady holds Prince William and Kate Middleton Union Jacks outside Darwen Community Academy in advance of the visit of the royal couple in Darwen, England. With less than three weeks to go until the Royal Wedding Prince William and Kate Middleton are making one of their final public appearances. (April 11, 2011)

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British Prime Minister David Cameron makes royal bunting
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British Prime Minister David Cameron makes royal bunting with pupils at the English Martyrs RC Primary School in Manchester, England. Prince William and fiancee Kate Middleton plan to marry April 29 at Westminster Abbey in London. (April 11, 2011)

Royal Footmen prepare a drinks table in the
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Royal Footmen prepare a drinks table in the Blue Drawing Room, which will be used during the wedding reception of Prince William and Kate Middleton, at Buckingham Palace in London. The second-in-line to the throne marries his university sweetheart on April 29 at Westminster Abbey, in an event that has become a global media sensation ever since they announced their engagement last November. (March 25, 2011)

A decorative rose for the royal wedding cake
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A decorative rose for the royal wedding cake is made in Fleckney, Leicestershire, England. The wedding will take place on April 29, 2011. (March 24, 2011)

A worker prepares a commemorative plate, part of
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A worker prepares a commemorative plate, part of a limited edition of the Official Royal Wedding Commemorative China collection. Official pottery commemorating the royal wedding between Britain's HRH Prince William and Catherine Middleton, is being hand finished at a factory in Stoke-on-Trent, England. The official commemorative fine china, named The Royal Collection, including various designs of cups, pill boxes and plates is being completed for the royal wedding on April 29, 2011. (March 23, 2011)

Cake designer Fiona Cairns prepares ingredients in Fleckney,
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Cake designer Fiona Cairns prepares ingredients in Fleckney, England. Cairns has been commissioned by Prince William and Kate Middleton to create a multi-tiered traditional fruit cake lavishly decorated with a floral theme for their wedding. (March 24, 2011)

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In this image released by Toronto-based 2 For Life Media Inc., their iPad royal wedding app that lets users share marriage advice and wedding tips to the royal couple through a virtual guestbook is seen. More than a dozen smartphone apps are offering to bring fans everything royal wedding-related wherever they are _ so they can check the days and minutes until Prince William and Kate Middleton's April 29 wedding, hoard news and pictures about them and instantly share their favorite royal wedding tidbits on social media networks. (March 24, 2011)

Linda Hancox gilds the 1st of the limited
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Linda Hancox gilds the 1st of the limited edition of 1000 Official Commemorative Royal Wedding 'Loving Cups' at a factory in Stoke-on-Trent, England. The special Commemorative China includes plates, tea cups, tea towels, books and decorative wedding invitations, and celebrates the forthcoming wedding of HRH Prince William of Wales and Miss Catherine Middleton on April 29th 2011. (March 23, 2011)

Employees create Official Commemorative Royal Wedding china cups
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Employees create Official Commemorative Royal Wedding china cups at a factory in Stoke-on-Trent, England. The special Commemorative China includes plates, tea cups, tea towels, books and decorative wedding invitations, and celebrates the forthcoming wedding of HRH Prince William of Wales and Miss Catherine Middleton on April 29th 2011. (March 23 2011)

Items from the official Royal wedding commemorative china
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Items from the official Royal wedding commemorative china range are displayed at the Queen's Gallery shop in London. The special Commemorative China includes plates, tea cups, tea towels, books and decorative wedding invitations, and celebrates the forthcoming wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. The couple are scheduled to wed on Friday April 29, 2011. (March 22, 2011)

Items from the official Royal wedding commemorative china
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Items from the official Royal wedding commemorative china range are displayed at the Queen's Gallery shop in London. The special Commemorative China includes plates, tea cups, tea towels, books and decorative wedding invitations, and celebrates the forthcoming wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. The couple are scheduled to wed on Friday April 29, 2011. (March 22, 2011)

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An H J Mulliner bodied 1950 Rolls Royce
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An H J Mulliner bodied 1950 Rolls Royce Royal Phantom IV state car at the Royal Mews in central London, which the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall will use on the day of the wedding of his son, Prince William and Kate Middleton, on Friday April 29, 2011. (March 21, 2011)

Carriage restorer, Dave Evans, cleans the Glass Coach
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Carriage restorer, Dave Evans, cleans the Glass Coach at the Royal Mews in central London. The coach, which was built in 1881, and is traditionally used by Royal brides to travel on their wedding day, will be used to carry Prince William and Kate Middleton in the event of bad weather on their wedding day on Friday, April 29, 2011. Should the weather be good on the day then the 1902 State Landau carriage will be used instead. (March 21, 2011)

The flacons with the wedding perfume for Catherine
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The flacons with the wedding perfume for Catherine Middleton and Prince William are pictured in Hamburg, northern Germany. Perfume creator Kim Weisswange was commissioned by the British royal family to compose the fragrances "Catherine" and "William" for the upcoming royal wedding on April 29, 2011. (April 5, 2011)

Limited edition of Love Hearts sweets to commemorate
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Limited edition of Love Hearts sweets to commemorate the royal wedding of Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton by traditional confectionery Swizzels Matlow are pictured at the factory in New Mills, Derbyshire, central England. Founded in 1928, Swizzels Matlow is the UK's largest family-owned independent sugar confectionery business and one of the few confectionery companies to still manufacture sweets in the UK. Britain's Prince William, the second in line to the throne, and Kate Middleton announced their engagement in November 2010 after a seven-year romance that began at university. The wedding, at Westminster Abbey on April 29 in London, is set to be Britain's biggest royal wedding since William's parents, Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer, married in 1981. April 29 has been made a public holiday throughout the kingdom. (March 31, 2011)

A convicted offender cleans a wall in a
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A convicted offender cleans a wall in a pedestrian tunnel beneath Hyde Park Corner in central London in preparation for the royal wedding between Britain's Prince William and his fiancee Kate Middleton. It is expected that thousands of people will use the tunnels to get around London as they watch the Royal wedding and procession on April 29. The work is a part of a 'Community Payback Scheme,' and is being undertaken by the London Probation Trust. (April 5, 2011)

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Staff at Merrythought Teddy Bears start production of the Commemorative Royal Wedding Bear in Ironbridge, England. Established in 1930, Merrythought has been hand-making Teddy Bears for over 80 years in Shropshire. The family-run company is the last remaining British teddy bear factory and is launching its latest limited edition bear to mark the royal wedding. The Commemorative Royal Wedding bear is limited to 75 and comes after its popular Prince William and Catherine Middleton bears completely sold out. Merrythought has also been selected by the London Olympic Games organizers to produce the official teddy bears of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games. (April 5, 2011)

Collector coins recently released by the Royal Canadian
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Collector coins recently released by the Royal Canadian Mint commemorating the April 29, 2011 wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton are shown in Ottawa, Canada. The design of the $20 coin includes an engraving of William and Kate gazing lovingly into one another's eyes. Embedded in the coin is a sapphire-colored crystal, reminiscent of the 18-carat sapphire-and-diamond engagement ring worn by Kate. (April 6, 2011)

This Australia Post handout photo released on April
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This Australia Post handout photo released on April 11, 2011 shows one of two stamps being released as a special stamp issue on April 12, to commemorate the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton. There are two stamps featuring an image of the couple taken after their engagement was announced, one a domestic rate (60 cents) and the other the international rate to the United Kingdom ($2.25).

This undated photo made available by Arklu shows
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This undated photo made available by Arklu shows their Princess Catherine Doll which is fashioned to resemble Kate Middleton who is set to marry Prince William later this month on April 29.

Royal Demi Chef De Partie, Shaun Mason
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Royal Demi Chef De Partie, Shaun Mason (L) and Royal Chef Mark Flanagan, Head of Kitchens at Buckingham Palace, work in the kitchens at Buckingham Palace, London as preparations for the forthcoming wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton are underway. The second-in-line to the throne marries his university sweetheart on April 29 at Westminster Abbey, in an event that has become a global media sensation ever since they announced their engagement last November. (March 25, 2011)

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Quails eggs in a gold and crystal
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Quails eggs in a gold and crystal glass serving dish, akin to that which is usually served at royal receptions held at Buckingham Palace, London as preparations for the forthcoming wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton are underway. The second-in-line to the throne marries his university sweetheart on April 29 at Westminster Abbey, in an event that has become a global media sensation ever since they announced their engagement last November. (March 25, 2011)

A media stand is erected at Canada Gate
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A media stand is erected at Canada Gate in London, England. With only 24 days until the Royal Wedding preperations are under way, erecting stands and media facilities along the Royal Route. (April 5, 2011)

A media stand is erected outside Westminster Abbey
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A media stand is erected outside Westminster Abbey in London, England. With only 24 days until the Royal Wedding, preparations are under way, erecting stands and media facilities along the Royal Route. (April 5, 2011)

Mounted soldiers of the |Household Cavalry pass workers
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Mounted soldiers of the |Household Cavalry pass workers erecting the broadcast platforms from which the world's media will cover the wedding of Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton, as preparations continue for the royal wedding outside Buckingham Palace in London. The couple are due to get married on April 29, 2011. (March 30, 2011)

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