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Day 38: Royal Wedding Transportation

  |   By Roseanne Dela Rosa

How will Kate and William arrive to Buckingham Palace? Well, in a carriage, of course. According to the Foreign Press Association, after their service at Westminster Abbey the two will travel in a 1902 State Landau (just like Charles and Diana) along the processional route to Buckingham Palace. In case of rain, the duo will have The Glass Coach at their service. Either or, we can't think of anything more romantic than a ride in a gorgeous horse-drawn carriage. However, if a carriage is not the proper ride for your wedding day, an old yet luxurious model such as a Bentley or Rolls Royce might be a great option–especially if you're having a vintage-themed celebration. And, why not? Before the service, Kate and Will will be arriving separately, using the State Cars from The Royal Mews (aka the Royal Family Stables and Garage), which includes two Bentleys (one pictured below), three Rolls-Royce and three Daimlers.

{image via Daily Mail}

This article was originally published on Mar 22, 2011
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