Posted by Fashion Wedding Tips | Posted on 16-01-2011| Posted in
All of England better get ready to put their party pants on come April 29 – according to recent reports, the British government is planning on extending the closing time for pubs when Prince William and Kate Middleton exchange wedding vows. The move is bound to leave revelers toasting the happy occasion through the wee hours of the morning. “The royal wedding is a time of national celebration and we want everyone to be able to participate,” said crime prevention minister James Brokenshire.The current law stipulates that pubs in England and Wales must stop serving alcohol at 11:00pm. However, authorities are aiming to change last call to 1:00am for that one special night only.Will and Kate will be slipping wedding rings onto one another’s fingers at Westminster Abbey in London and partying throughout the rest of the day. The affair is likely to be the biggest royal wedding since Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana said “I do” 30 years ago in front of a worldwide audience of about one billion.