Kate Middleton’s fairy-tale wedding just got another modern twist.
Buckingham Palace officials announced Wednesday that the future Princess will travel to her April 29 nuptials at Westminster Abbey by car instead of the traditional horse-drawn carriage. The decision comes just a week after Britain’s favorite royal couple said they would forgo servants in their new home, too.
Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams will marry William and Kate, while Richard John Carew Chartres, the Bishop of London, will deliver the address.
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But the future Princess’s wedding won’t be totally free of Cinderella moments. After the ceremony, William and Kate will travel the processional route to Buckingham Palace by carriage.