After The Party Is The AfterParty!! What The Young Royals Got Up To In The Night And Their Outfits. Plus, Heathrow rolls out the ‘royal wedding’ red carpet-LOL, This Couple Must Have Thought They Won The Lottery;)

April 29, 2011

The Bride And Grooms Evening Dress: 
Kate’s second dress was a strapless white satin gazar evening dress with a circle skirt and diamante embroidered detail round the waist. William stuck to the safe bet of a dinner jacket and bow tie

The second dress is a strapless white satin gazar evening dress with a circle skirt and diamante embroidered detail round the waist

Dressed in dinner jackets and bow ties the Duke of Cambridge and Prince of Wales leave Clarence house closely followed by their wives

All change: Carole Middleton
Mother Middleton
Radiant: Pippa Middleton in her evening dress
Pippa-Sister To Kate
I.LOVE.The CLEAVAGE-The Middletons Family Are Brave!

Long day: Princesses Beatrice and Eugiene leave in a royal car with Chelsy Davy, centrePrincess Beatrice leaves the Palace in a purple and gold outfit after the evening celebration for 300 close friends and family
Princess Eugenie Was Lady In Red, Harry’s On-Off Girlfriend Chelsy Davy Was In Blue And Princess Beatrice Was In A Oneshouldered Purple Diamond Detail Dress.


 Getting into the royal wedding mood, Heathrow Airport is rolling out half a kilometre of red carpet in a bid to give royal wedding travellers a greeting fir for a king.

In addition to the plush flooring – which will be in place in the arrivals halls from 27th to 29th April – they will also be handing out thousands of cups of Earl Grey tea.

To further mark the special occasion, passengers will have the chance to leave their own messages in wedding message books, which will be available in each terminal before being handed over to Clarence House.

Fingers crossed William and Kate won’t be thinking of the happy day at some point in the future and leafing through the message books only to find someone had written: “They lost my bloody baggage, can you believe it!”

Nick Cullen, COO of Heathrow, said: “The Royal Wedding will be a happy day not just for Will and Kate but also a momentous occasion for our country.”As Britain takes centre stage and tens of thousands of visitors descend on London, we want to ensure passengers get their own royal welcome as soon as they step off the plane.”


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