Monday, February 28, 2011

Kate Middleton invites his butcher and postman at royal wedding

has not taken a big head and wants to remember the places of his childhood on the day of her marriage. The future princess among its 1,900 guests, has slipped to some golden shares to the attention of different merchants in his village of Bucklebury, Berkshire. Of course, the lucky ones are very touched by this warning: "We can not wait D-Day, exclaimed Martin Fidler, the butcher, who will come next April 29 with his wife.

We know Kate's mother, Carole, for years, even before she met Mike, the father of Kate. They made their lives, started their business, their children and make them honor today, "he noted, referring to the family business of party accessories. Ryan Naylor, the postman, also received his invitation as the tenant of the pub.

Mr. and Mrs.. Shingadia that take the corner store, have already responded to the share to announce their arrival. "We want to hear Kate. She shows us his attention. It is a human being, not a celebrity and it's always a good customer. William is very down to earth. " That's what the future wants to show the royal couple, their attention to the people.

In a surprisingly democratic momentum, Bucklebury traders will go to the ceremony on April 29, along with other guests, the royal family, friends, politicians, and David and Victoria Beckham.

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