Royal Family

Britain Celebrates Marriage & Hungary Makes Moves to Protect It

Shannon Buckley | 27 April 2011
The Royal wedding is creeping closer and people around the world will be watching William and Kate make a commitment to each other for life on April 29th at Westminster Abbey.
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