Keep a lookout for which top designer will be creating Kate Middleton's wedding dress for her nuptials with Prince William (British Vogue reports the odds favouring Amanda Wakeley at 4/1) but now at least we know the date that the biggest wedding of our times will occur. It seems the happy couple will say their vows on April 29, a Friday, at London's Westminster Abbey.
Reports have claimed that the wedding could cost $40 million, including about $200,000 for the dress alone. That doesn't include the estimated $20 million in security costs. But aside from price, Kate and William's biggest worry? Looking too ostentatious in tough economic times at a ceremony that is said to have the likes of Elton John on its guest list.
Erin O'Connor is set to testify in a trial against her former PA, Michelle Knox-Brown, with charges alleging that Knox-Brown stole more than £45,000 from the renowned model during a three-year period. The charges claim that O'Connor's then-assistant took £30,000 through improper credit card use, £7,000 in petty cash and about £8,000 in taxi rides.
Knox-Brown has so far denied the charges, and she's been bailed until her trial, which is scheduled for next March.
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