Submitted by Tamara Baluja on March 21, 2011
LONDON – Kate Middleton and Prince William are a match made in heaven. Just check their horoscopes.
The couple will be delighted to know their star signs, Capricorn and Cancer, indicate they are highly compatible and have a good chance of having a successful marriage, according to leading British astrologers.
"They probably feel like soulmates," said Wendy Stacey, chair of the Astrological Association of Great Britain.
Submitted by Gregory Katz on March 18, 2011
LONDON – Only a handful of insiders know which designer Kate Middleton has chosen to create her top-secret wedding gown, but at least one person - dressmaker Elizabeth Emanuel - understands what that person is going through.
The woman who co-designed the taffeta confection that Princess Diana wore in 1981 when she walked down the aisle to marry Prince Charles believes Middleton's mystery designer is probably more than a bit anxious as the April 29 royal wedding approaches.
Submitted by Cassandra Vinograd on March 16, 2011
LONDON – What to get the couple who has everything? How about a donation to a rhino sanctuary - or an offer of help for earthquake victims in New Zealand.
Prince William and Kate Middleton on Wednesday requested charitable gifts in lieu of wedding presents, seeking to pre-empt the tide of extravagant - and unusual - offerings that typically flood in for a royal engagement.
Submitted by Associated Press on March 15, 2011
NORTHAMPTON, England – Surrounded by boxes in a rickety old warehouse above the family shop, Joe Church hurries to wrap plates adorned with the faces of Prince William and his bride Kate Middleton for a customer in Australia.
Church's, a 152-year old china and ornament seller specializing in memorabilia, has plenty of reason to celebrate the upcoming royal nuptials as its cash register chimes with the wedding bells.
Submitted by Gregory Katz on March 14, 2011
LONDON – Powerful husband? No problem. Money? Got that too. Clothes, good looks? Ditto. What does the woman who has it all do after her honeymoon? That's a tough one.
Kate Middleton's fame is undeniable. She is already one of the world's most talked-about women, and that will only increase when she marries Prince William next month. But her royal role remains completely undefined, and much rests on her slender shoulders.
Submitted by Danica Kirka on March 9, 2011
LONDON – Fifty days and counting down. Behind the scenes hundreds are hard at work to make sure the April 29 royal wedding is a day to remember - not just for Prince William and Kate Middleton, but for the country.
As the date nears, the machinery that makes a British royal event look, smell and sound like nothing else is kicking into gear.
Submitted by Shawn Pogatchnik on March 8, 2011
BELFAST, Northern Ireland – Call her Kate, at least for now.
It may be years before Kate Middleton becomes queen, but questions are already being raised about the princess-to-be's preferred moniker: Queen Kate or Queen Catherine?
Submitted by Gregory Katz on March 6, 2011
LONDON – A leading British newspaper reported Sunday that Sarah Burton, creative director of the Alexander McQueen fashion house, has been chosen to design Kate Middleton's wedding gown.
But both Burton and the company's chief executive deny the claim.
The Sunday Times story said Burton has received the plum assignment, then quotes her and McQueen CEO Jonathan Akeroyd saying this is not the case. Both flatly denied the McQueen house is involved.
Submitted by Raphael G. Satter on March 2, 2011
LONDON – They've got the carriage, the abbey, and a national holiday in their honor. Now Prince William's marriage with Kate Middleton is getting what every young engaged couple really needs - a wedding website.
Submitted by Mark Kennedy on February 26, 2011
NEW YORK - Kelsey Grammer has tied the knot for the fourth time in a familiar place.
The "Cheers" and "Frasier" star married 29-year-old flight attendant Kayte Walsh on Friday at Broadway's Longacre Theatre - the same place where the actor had been headlining "La Cage aux Folles" with Douglas Hodge until earlier this month.