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  Prince William to pay tribute to mother in wedding speech

Middleton family invited to the palace

  Celia Walden of The Daily Telegraph talks about the meeting between Kate Middleton’s parents and Queen Elizabeth.

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Prime Minister urges Britons to party

  The Daily Telegraph’s Celia Walden discusses how many people have signed up for wedding party permits.

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  Stamps commemorate royal couple

England’s postal service unveiled a new set of stamps celebrating Prince William and Kate Middleton. Celia Walden of The Daily Telegraph discusses.

  Journalist: Libyan hugged crashed US pilot

Msnbc's Martin Bashir talks with The Telegraph's Rob Crilly, who interviewed Libyans that were on the scene when a U.S. military plane crashed near Bengahzi.

  Parade route for royal wedding revealed

Celia Walden of The Daily Telegraph shares her thoughts on Prince William and Kate Middleton’s processional route.

  Royal wedding website launched

Celia Walden of The Daily Telegraph explains how Prince William and Kate Middleton’s upcoming nuptials are taking a modern tone.

  Royal wedding guest list includes ordinary citizens

The Daily Telegraph’s Celia Walden shares the latest details from the Prince William and Kate Middleton’s nuptials, which they want to be a “wedding for the people.”

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