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Posted at 10:32 PM ET, 01/ 5/2011

Wills and Kate's procession route...

By Autumn Brewington

... has been labeled in graphics in the Daily Mail and The Sun.

We noticed that the Mail story has been expanded since the version we linked to this morning, and now notes some things we pointed out:

"For the first time since the wedding of the Queen's cousin Princess Alexandra in 1963, there will be no arrival by fairy tale horse-drawn coach."


"In contrast to Charles and Diana and the Queen and Prince Philip -- who went straight to Broadlands in Hampshire to begin their honeymoon on the afternoon of their wedding day -- William and Kate will spend their first night as man and wife at either Buckingham Palace or St James's Palace.

"They are expected to go on honeymoon the following day, Saturday, or on Sunday May 1, though the location is being kept under wraps."

Soon, we'll post on why "Princess Catherine," as the Mail presumes Middleton will be called, isn't necessarily going to be her title.

By Autumn Brewington  | January 5, 2011; 10:32 PM ET
Categories:  Ceremony, Kate Middleton, Media coverage, Prince William  
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