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There are dozens of watch parties both big and small throughout the Delaware Valley.
Here in the United States, alarm clocks will be sounding extra early Friday morning. Royal wedding fans will be getting up before sunrise to watch history happen.
Philadelphia has a wedding on the royal date we can call our own. Eric Thomas and Michelle McQuillan will say “I do” about four hours after the future King and Queen of England do.
Hat shops in the area have been doing a brisk business for the royal wedding.
Wedding planners and fashionistas — including many in Philadelphia — are eagerly awaiting Friday’s British royal wedding.
As the world this week watches a London wedding, Jay Lloyd recalls his advice to a daughter attending college at St. Andrews, Scotland, where the latest royal romance began.
As the wedding of Prince William and Kate approaches, a children’s author goes in depth about several princesses in ancient history who went above and beyond the royal wave.
Next Friday, the world watches the British royal wedding. And one political watcher says Americans will be watching carefully.
Chris talks to Chris Butler about gas prices and oil speculation, CBS 3’s Beasley Reece about the Flyers and Sixers playoff battles, reviews Boeings battle with their union and wonders why the media is paying so much attention to the Royal Wedding.
It should have been me. But since it’s not, I’ll be joining the ranks of the defeated at one of these Royal Wedding viewing parties.
Some local residents with a British connection are planning to celebrate the royal wedding in style.