Almost 30 years after Prince Charles' and Princess Diana's elaborate and much-watched nuptials, their first-born son, William, soon will be tying the knot. On April 29, the prince and his girlfriend of several years, Kate Middleton, will marry in front of a world audience. Catch all the action from the biggest wedding of the year on Fox News and here on FoxNews.com.
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Prince William made a surprise visit Thursday to greet crowds gathering along the wedding processional route.
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