Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Itinerary for Nottingham Visit, William Enjoys Boys Night Out + More

Hello Duchess Kate readers,
William and Kate will join the Queen for a visit to Nottingham on Wednesday as part of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee tour of the country. Huge numbers of people are expected to welcome the Royal party. Nottingham City Council Leader, Councillor Jon Collins said

'As the Capital of the East Midlands, it's great Nottingham's playing host to this Royal visit. I'm sure that local people will give the Royal party a warm welcome and will be excited about getting to see The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as part of the Jubilee celebrations'.

Rebecca Curtis/My Nottingham Facebook

For those of you wishing to follow the visit live via televised coverage or planning to see the Royals in person, the itinerary is as follows

10.05 a.m. The Queen will arrive by train at Nottingham Train Station where they will be met by William and Kate. Both parties will travel by car to the Old Market Square.

10.10 a.m. The Royals are expected to arrive in the Old Market Square and will spend time greeting the crowds, before going into the Council House to meet the Lord Lieutenants of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire and invited guests.

11.00 a.m. The Royals will arrive at Vernon Park for a rededication of Vernon Park under the auspices of the QE2 Fields in Trust Organisation, of which William is patron. Her Majesty will then unveil a plaque to mark the park's new status and the Royals will enjoy sporting and musical performances.

A look at Nottingham city centre.


It looks like it's going to be a very exciting visit. I should have a post ready as soon as photos emerge :)


William enjoyed a night out with his close friend Guy Pelly at a private members club in Mayfair.  Prince Harry recently joked William and Kate had become a middle-aged couple, preferring home cooked meals and DVDs in their Anglesey home than a night out on the town. Noticeably Kate was absent, possibly opting to have an early night as opposed to staying out late. I was struck by the number of negative comments. William is only 29 and entitled to relax with his friends. To view photos of William leaving the club pop over to the Daily Mail article.

Meanwhile, Kate is reportedly busy planning to throw William a 30th birthday party 'fit for a King'. She is thought to be discussing ideas with William's closest friends. Kate chose to celebrate her 30th with a low key family dinner. It will be interesting to see plans for William's come to fruition.


This week's issue of Hello! Magazine is a souvenir edition of the Jubilee events.

Hello! Magazine


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