HindustanTimes Sat,05 Sep 2015

William and Kate kiss twice on balcony

Prince William and his new bride Kate kissed twice on the balcony of Buckingham Palace following their wedding Friday to the cheers of hundreds of thousands of wellwishers massed below.

Long and happy marriage for royal couple

Prince William and Kate Middleton will have a long and happy marriage, says a wedding think tank. Apparently, William and Kate's relationship is likely to be strong as the couple is religious.

Kate Middleton arrives with father

Kate Middleton, wearing a white wedding dress with long lace sleeves and a veil, left her hotel for Westminster Abbey on Friday, waving to wellwishers from her Rolls-Royce.

Prince William, Harry and royals arrive

Prince William arrived at Westminster Abbey with brother Prince Harry for his wedding to Kate Middleton where he faces a 45-minute wait for his bride to arrive. Read on.

Prince Harry to host all night post-wedding party

Prince Harry has reportedly converted three rooms at the Buckingham Palace into a nightclub for VIP guests to party through the wedding night.

British royal wedding dawns

The wait is nearly over for Prince William and Kate Middleton, who are to marry at Westminster Abbey on Friday in a dazzling display of royal pomp and pageantry set to draw a huge audience at home and abroad.

All I've got to do is get lines right, jokes William

Prince William, who is to marry Kate Middleton Friday, met a crowd of onlookers and joked that all he had to do was get his lines right. William will wed Kate at Westminster Abbey in what is being described as the wedding of the decade. Read on.

Britain braces for wedding's king-sized bill

It may be the stuff fairytales are made of — but Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding comes with a hefty real-life price tag. And amid the nation's joy, that has some Britons grumbling such lavishness is inappropriate for this age of austerity.

William gets new title

Queen Elizabeth II made Prince William the Duke of Cambridge as a wedding day-gift to her grandson.

Beckhams lead celeb presence at wedding

David and Victoria Beckham were among the first celebrities to arrive for Prince William and Kate Middleton's royal wedding at Westminster Abbey. Here's a look at those present.

Bhangra, street parties planned across UK

Bollywood-style dancing and Bhangra music will be among the many ways in which Britons will celebrate the royal wedding tomorrow in thousands of street parties organised across the country.

William and Kate marry as world watches

Prince William, second-in-line to the British throne, and his long-term girlfriend Kate Middleton were declared married on Friday at a service in London's Westminster Abbey.

An alternative view of the royal union

Call them party-poopers, left-wingers or political iconoclasts, but not everybody in Britain is celebrating the royal wedding. The man speaking for them is high-profile human and gay rights campaigner Peter Tatchell, known for his attempts to make citizens arrests on visiting dictators from Zimbabwe and China.

World goes gaga over royal couple

When Prince William and Kate Middletown finally tied the knot, the universe welcomed them with mixed reactions - Americans loving it, French moaning, Italians raving about “sexy” bridesmaids, Iranians cursing and astronauts celebrating in space. Full coverage

Osama's death delays Will-Kat's honeymoon

Rumours are rife that Britain's Prince William and Catherine's honeymoon could have been delayed by the US killing of Osama bin Laden. But a spokesman for the Palace said William and Catherine's honeymoon delay was a personal decision.
1 | 2 | 3 | 4


How much will the royal wedding cost?

Lots of time and lots of money has gone into the Royal Wedding. And a lot of it is from the tax-payer's money. With the security, the decor, menu, and tons of other wedding preparations. How much do you think the wedding would have cost? Tell us.