William, Kate & California

July 9, 2011 by Post Team 

William, Kate & CaliforniaWilliam, Kate & California, Prince William and his new wife, Catherine, are in Los Angeles for a whirlwind three-day tour full of events – and the stars. Oh, the stars! Their stars are so bright that would eclipse even the biggest of Hollywood, notes CBS News correspondent Ben Tracy. “Actors” A-list ‘are crying out for invites to these events, “says U.S. Weekly News Editor Natalie Thomas,” to comply with royalty, for a chance to say “hello” to William and Kate. This is a big problem for everyone, and is even higher level of real stars wanting a piece of it. ”

William and Kate flew to Los Angeles from Canada on Friday. When the newly minted Duchess of Cambridge arrived, marked her first visit to the United States. The governor of California Jerry Brown and Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa received them. They were then were removed from the heart of Hollywood.

The royal couple is entitled to work, meeting with British and American businessmen at the height of technology at the Beverly Hilton. Then went to a reception at the home of the British consul general, which houses while in town.

Los Angeles is no stranger to celebrities, “Star Struck looks gorgeous,” says Tracy. But Tracy says, the real fun begins on Saturday when William mounts for a charity game of polo in Santa Barbara, and is expected to raise $ 4 million – and the reputation of the royal family.

“Now,” said Paddy Harverson, communications secretary to William and Kate, “has gone fantastically well, as can be seen in the images and photos. I think they love it. I knew they were very happy when they left “.

Tonight, the factor of the glitz and glamor goes up when the Duke and Duchess holds an event in honor of the British film industry in Los Angeles. American stars like Tom Hanks, Nicole Kidman and Barbra Streisand were expected to be there. But according to CBS New Royal Victoria Taxpayer referee, as well as the celebrity-studded LA is taken with the royals, the royals themselves are not all that taken with celebrities. Referee discussed their tour of Southern California “The Early Show Saturday morning,” co-anchor Russ Mitchell.

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