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INTERACTIVERoyal Protocol

Last Updated: June 20, 2011

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Prince Harry picked as William's best man
Feb. 14: Prince Harry has been chosen as his brother's best man and Kate Middleton's sister Philippa will be her maid of honour at the British royal wedding on April 29.
Royal Wedding to bring charitable donations
Feb. 13: Unconfirmed reports say the couple will only accept presents from personal acquaintances. Everyone else will be asked to donate instead to charities.
Saint John hopes to land Royal visit in July
Feb. 2: The British tabloid The Sun reports that Will and Kate will visit Canada three months after their April 29 wedding, although there has been no confirmation from anyone associated with the Royal Family.
Royal newlyweds to visit Canada: report
Jan. 31: Prince William and his bride Kate Middleton will visit Canada in July, three months after their April 29 wedding, the British tabloid The Sun reports.
Royal wedding sparks succession debate
Jan. 18: Britain's rules of succession should change so that any daughter born to Prince William and wife-to-be Kate Middleton would enjoy an equal right to the throne, a British member of Parliament says.
Royal walking tour charts William, Kate romance
Jan. 17: For a price, royalist romantics can now follow in the happy couple's footsteps on a walking tour in London.
Royal wedding spurs U.K. tourism campaign
Jan. 13: The royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton may be a single-day event, but the British tourism industry is banking that it will pay dividends for years to come.
William, Kate wedding details released
Jan. 5: The office of Prince Charles announces several details about the wedding, which will take place at 11 a.m. on April 29. Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams will marry the couple.
Royal wedding coin panned
Dec. 23: Britain's Royal Mint releases a commemorative coin featuring portraits of Prince William and his bride-to-be, but critics say the results are far from lifelike.
Disabled musicians get royal wedding gigs
Dec. 14: An eight-member ensemble whose musicians are mentally disabled has been asked to play at the wedding party of Prince William and Kate Middleton.