Pippa Middleton Plans Royal After-Party

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Pippa Middleton, younger sister and Maid of Honor of princess-to-be Kate Middleton, has taken the responsibility of planning the after party of the royal wedding. Although Pippa seems to be the perfect candidate for planning the party for her sister, working part time at a party planning company, Table Talk, royal staffers do not seem to agree with her decisions.

Her plan to create a young and fun atmosphere was not taken too well by the courtiers who according to Daily Mail “shuddered over her suggestion to erect glitter balls in the throne room where a post-wedding breakfast disco is going to be held.” Furthermore, Pippa and her boss Jojo had planned to use their own caterer for the event. This plan was shot down again; this time by Prince Charles himself who intervened and insisted they use his favorite caterer, Mosimann’s.

Despite oppositions, it seems that Pippa’s plans will proceed after Prince William declared that he wanted the party to have a lively, young atmosphere, a stark contrast to the wedding and after-party thrown by the Queen Elizabeth. The royal couple has privately invited 300 guests to the Friday night party which will proceed after Queen Elizabeth holds her official dinner party immediately after the wedding ceremony.

With two days to go before the royal wedding, people all around the world are excitedly awaiting the wedding ceremony of Prince William and Kate Middleton which will be broadcasted all around the world. An estimated 2 billion people will be watching the royal couple tie the knot this Friday.

All major television networks will be broadcasting the wedding both live and in taped versions with even Youtube set to broadcast live coverage on their Royal Channel. The schedule for the wedding will begin at 8:00 a.m. Friday morning in London. However, London is eight hours ahead of San Diego, therefore the majority of all television channels will start broadcasting the wedding at 1:00 a.m. Friday morning.

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