The royal wedding

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The royal wedding

Some 5,000 officers will be on duty to make sure the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton is protected, secure and happy event. Cdr Christine Jones is the authorized person who will be supervising the police operation. The Police announced that any criminals attempting to disturb the ceremony will be that in the appearance of protest or otherwise, will be met by a vigorous, crucial, flexible and proportionate policing response. Embassy staff in London and staffers appointed at U.S. consulates in Belfast and Edinburgh had the day off Monday in ceremonial of Easter Monday, It is a major British holiday.


U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Louis Susman is scheduled to attend the wedding as the official delegate of the U.S. government. On the top of that Ireland rugby Captain Brian O'Driscoll has turned down an invite to the royal wedding to practice for Leinster's Heineken Cup match the next day. No other U.S. government officials and no foreign heads of state are invited to the wedding. Top diplomats from Germany, Israel, Poland and other countries are also expected to attend.

 

Royal Families and 50 heads of state are attending the ceremony, which it is anticipated will be watched by up to two billion people on television. There will be 70-80 close protection teams for VIPs on the day. If you have queries or you want to share any comments on Royal wedding then post your query. News correspondents will provide you complete details on any query. For more information stay tuned with maybenow.com

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