Recently photos of the carriage the Royal Couple will use on their big day were released.
The horse-drawn coach that will transport Kate Middleton from Westminster Abbey for her first ride as a princess is the same one used mostly by Queen Elizabeth when she is entertaining visiting heads of state, reports People.com.
The carriage is a 109-year-old State Landau and is also open-topped. There will also be people lined up on the streets to view the to-be married couple as they are taken back to Buckingham Palace for the day of wedding parties and festivities.
Since there is always a possibility of rain in London, the couple will instead ride in the famous glass
Coach, which was used by Prince William's mother, Princess Diana, on her wedding day 30 years ago. Both carriages were unveiled at Buckingham Palace. Kate Middleton also chose a Rolls Royce Phantom VI as the car she and her father Michael Middleton will ride in to Westminster Abbey.
Following the ceremony, Prince William and Kate's Landau will lead a procession of five coaches carrying the Maid of Honor, Middleton's sister Pippa, Best Man Prince Harry and the pages and bridesmaids.
Another coach will carry Middleton's parents Carole and Michael, Prince Charles and Camilla and another will carry the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh.
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