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Prince William to marry at Windsor Castle?

Published: Saturday 7th of June 2008

Rumours are circulating that Prince William, the second-in-line to the British throne, wants to marry his fiancee at Windsor Castle.

The prince has been dating Kate Middleton on-and-off for about five years and the couple are soon to announce their engagement, according to

However, a source cast doubt on the possibility of a Windsor Castle ceremony, commenting: "William is thought to favour St George's chapel at Windsor Castle, but it would simply not be big enough to accommodate all those who would expect to be invited."

The source added: "That leaves St Paul's Cathedral or Westminster Abbey."

If the wedding were to take place at St Paul's Cathedral, William would be married in the same place his mother and father did 1981.

Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys-Jones married at Windsor Castle in 1999.

London Pass holders can receive entry to Windsor Castle, the iconic St Paul's Cathedral and Eton College which Princes William and Harry both attended.

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