As you know, in case you haven’t been living under a rock, Prince William and Kate Middleton are getting married on April 29. Since the future bride can’t walk to and from the church, not that any bride would unless the church is right next door , here is how she’ll travel:
The princess-to-be will ride to Westminster Abbey in the custom-built 1977 Rolls-Royce Phantom VI. The ‘Silver Jubilee Car’ was a gift for Queen Elizabeth II at her 25th anniversary on the throne. Apparently Kate Middleton chose the car for its large windows, so the onlookers will be able to see the bride.
On the road to Buckingham Palace the the newlyweds will travel in a State Landau carriage that was specifically built for King Edward VII in 1902. In case it rains, don’t worry, they have a plan: they’ll ride in a 1881 Glass Coach purchased for use at King George V’s coronation in 1911 and since then traditionally used for royal weddings.