Royal Wedding & 2 Billion Viewers

April 6, 2011 by Post Team 

Royal Wedding & 2 Billion Viewers, Royal Wedding William and Kate Middleton this month not only will be one of the history books. Could be one of the record books, too. So what Guinness World Records official royal couple to have the opportunity to break?  The most obvious is to record the size of the television audience for a wedding, which was created in 1981 by parents of William, Charles and Diana.

But that’s just the beginning, then check out the possibilities of defeat William and Kate, and several other Guinness benchmarks related to the wedding.
On November 16, 2010 Prince William and Kate Middleton officially announced his commitment to Real after being together for over eight years. Prince William proposed to his girlfriend at the University of St Andrews, Kate Middleton on a safari in Kenya and the couple are getting married in Westminster Abbey on April 29, 2011.

However, after the official engagement was announced, talk quickly turned into romance to finance the British taxpayers began to question the amount of the actual wedding would cost the British economy in times of austerity and spending cuts. Although critics may argue that the real wedding will cost taxpayers huge sums of money, manyanlysts side with the alternative school of thought that believes that the real wedding will boost the UK economy worth £ 620 million.

The budget for the royal wedding may not be known until the modalities for the event have been announced. But Prince William and Kate Middleton have been under pressure to contain costs in a time of severe cuts in public spending and high unemployment rates.

A spokesman for St James’s Palace said the couple were “aware of the economic situation” and insisted that the royal family would pay its share. “Both the Prince of Wales and Queen can contribute to the cost of the wedding. It will be a contribution from the family, but no final decision had been,” he said. “In particular, if the reception was held at Buckingham Palace, the Queen will pay for it.”

It has also been revealed that Kate Middleton’s parents have donated a six-figure sum for the expenses of the wedding in a break with royal tradition.

However, despite the prince and his bride-to-be of the sensitivity to the reduction of public spending and austerity measures, and without some of the most luxurious touches of 30 years ago, when Prince Charles and Princess Diana married – such as the hand of 10,000 pearls sewn into a dress of Diana, and wedding cakes – the bill for next year’s event could easily eclipse the costs incurred by the parents of Prince William. The wedding between Prince Charles and Diana Spencer is estimated that the cost of £ million – equivalent to about £ 12,000,000 today.

London Mayor Boris Johnson made the couple an offer of a light heart, “If they want a reduced price agreement with a London headquarters to London attractions, the ideal would be the City Council. I’m not saying that the wedding should be at a reduced price or negotiate, but a wedding cost in line with our profitable times. “

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