Two billion people are expected to watch the royal wedding unfold live on Friday morning – but if you’re looking for more of a party, there’s plenty of places in NYC for you to watch the nuptials of Kate Middleton and Prince William.
Kate Middleton has already worked wonders for British designers and their NYC storefronts with her style choices – and now, one Midtown boutique is devoting their shop to the soon-to-be princess.
Trinity Church, founded by Royal Charter of England in 1967, will host a large-screen viewing of what many are calling “the wedding of the decade.”
For some boutiques and fashion designers in New York City, the press frenzy surrounding the royal wedding is the best thing that ever happened to them.
If you’re looking to cater your royal wedding viewing party with something a little bit classier than the Dunkin’ Donuts Royal Wedding Donut, look no further than this Chelsea bakery.
A royal block party is being planned outside Nicky Perry’s Tea & Sympathy restaurant on Greenwich Avenue.
On both sides of the pond, From Westminster to the West Village, the royal wedding is drumming up sales, Dave Carlin reports.
Are you wondering what William and Kate will be eating?
Since the November announcement of the Royal engagement, the world has been buzzing with anticipation of the upcoming marriage of Prince William to Kate Middleton on April 29th.