I remember when William's mother got married, I slept on the Mall that night and joined in the celebrations.
I'm sure lots of people will want to celebrate in lots of different ways.'He added: 'As well as this being a great moment for national celebration, I think we also have to remember that this is two young people who love each other who have made this announcement, who are looking forward to their wedding, and we must give them plenty of space to think about the future and what they are about to do.'Their romance was exposed on a skiing holiday in Klosters in 2004 but William famously proclaimed: 'I don't want to get married until I'm at least 28 or maybe 30' - setting the stage for a very long wait.
Steeped in more than a thousand years of history, the gothic London Abbey has been at the forefront of major royal ceremonies for generation after generation.In November 2010, William proposed to Middleton during a rustic vacation in Kenya.The couple, now known as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, tied the knot on April 29, 2011, at Westminster Abbey.is considered unlikely because it is out of London and will not allow a huge celebration at the heart of the capital.However, it would prove easier for security because it could be cut off by a ring of steel more readily than locations in central London.The iconic building built by Sir Christoper Wren has recently held thanksgiving services for the Queen's Golden Jubilee and her 80th birthday.