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  • The 'people's wedding'? Kate invites hometown friends

    Prince William and Kate Middleton wave during a visit to St. Andrews University in Fife, Scotland. (Reuters)

  • Practicing the royal wave, Kate Middleton and Prince William make their second public appearance.

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    Britain's Prince William and his fiancee Kate Middleton wave during a visit to St. Andrews University in Fife, Scotland on February 25, 2011. The couple made their second official visit together since announcing their engagement in November, to St. Andrews University to launch its 600th anniversary celebrations.

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    Kate Middleton is surrounded by media and security as she meets the public during a visit to the University of St. Andrews in Scotland on February 25, 2011.

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    Prince William's fiancee Kate Middleton greets members of the public during a visit to the University of St Andrews in Scotland on February 25, 2011. During the visit they viewed the surviving Papal Bull (the university's founding document), unveiled a plaque, and met a selection of the University's current staff and students to mark the start of the Anniversary. Prince William and Kate Middleton attended the university as students from 2001 to 2005 and began their romance there.

  • Will Prince William's bachelor party go out to sea?

    As Prince William and Kate Middleton make their first "official" public appearance, details of their bachelor and bachelorette parties emerge. NBC's Keith Miller reports.

    Boys will be boys: Prince Harry and Prince William hold an African rock python during a visit to Mokolodi Education Centre on June 15, 2010 in Gaborone, Botswana. (Getty)

  • Who's invited to the royal wedding... and who's not?

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    Nearly 2,000 invitations for the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton are in the mail. Here, a member of the Lord Chamberlain's Office at Buckingham Palace readies the invitations for mailing.

    The invitations for the wedding of Prince William and bride-to-be Kate Middleton have been sent out to their guests, including 50 members of the British royal family. NBC's Keith Miller reports.

  • Royal wedding invitations are in the mail

    Prince William and Kate will partake in what may be their only public engagement before the wedding – a rescue boat dedication, which some royal watchers are calling Middleton's "christening" of her new role. NBC's Peter Alexander reports.

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  • We're married, eh? Will and Kate plan Canada trip

    Prince William and Kate will partake in what may be their only public engagement before the wedding – a rescue boat dedication, which some royal watchers are calling Middleton's "christening" of her new role. NBC's Peter Alexander reports.

  • Prince William chooses Prince Harry as best man

    NBC's Peter Alexander reports that Kate Middleton has chosen her sister, Pippa, as her maid of honor and Prince Harry has chosen his brother, William, for his best man.

    NBC's Kier Simmons reports from London on a new set of comic books that feature Kate Middleton and Prince William. Plus, the latest addition to Kate Middleton's group of bridesmaids.

  • Should Kate wear more than one wedding dress?

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    NBC's Michelle Kosinski visits couturier Bruce Oldfield, rumored to be the designer of Kate Middleton's wedding gown.

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