Prince Harry Best Man In Royal Wedding

Prince Harry has been announced as best man at Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding.

The couple will marry at Westminster Abbey on Friday, 29 April.

Kate's sister Philippa will be maid of honour.

Prince William's two godchildren will also take part in the ceremony along with their four bridesmaids.

For their official engagement, on 25 February, William and Kate will return to St Andrews University where they first met to launch the university's 600th anniversary appeal.

St James's Palace also revealed that Prince William has been named a patron of the appeal.

The couple will attend a naming ceremony for the Hereford Endeavour lifeboat at Trearddur Bay Lifeboat Station on Anglesey on 24 February, where William is currently based as an RAF rescue helicopter pilot.


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