Prince William and Kate Middleton Wedding
The royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton has been undoubtedly the biggest fairytale weddings of all time. This infographic titled “Prince William and Kate Middleton Wedding” compares this royal wedding to other notable royal weddings. To the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, 1,900 people were invited and there were 800,000 spectators. 35% of the world’s population tuned in to witness this fairytale wedding.
The first comparison of this fairytale wedding has been done with yet another fairytale wedding of Prince Charles of Wales and Diana Spencer. 3,500 people were a part of this wedding and there were 600,000 spectators. There was an age gap of 12 years between Prince Charles of Wales and Diana Spencer. The third royal wedding to be featured in this infographic is the wedding of Prince Rainier III of Monaco and Grace Kelly where more than 500 guests graced the occasion and a 6-tier wedding cake was cut with the prince’s sabre.
There were 30 million TV viewers, who enjoyed this royal wedding in the month of April, 1956. The fourth royal wedding to feature is the wedding of Chelsea Clinton and Marc Mezvinsky that took place in 2010. 500 people graced this occasion. £76,616 was spent on flowers, £6,742 on 11-tired gluten free cake, £24,517 on music, £24,517 on food, £18,388 on alcohol. Check out this infographic for more comparisons of the royal weddings that took place over the course of time.
Likes: Creative, interesting facts and figures, fun to read, especially for couples.
Dislikes: May only interest royalty-obsessed people.
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