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SALT LAKE CITY -- More than a billion people are expected to watch at least part of the royal wedding on TV, the Internet or by other technology.
Even if you consider yourself "in the know" about all things Will and Kate, there may be some details about the royal couple that you don't know.
Here are a few questions:
- Who did the ring belong to after Diana's death?
The stunning sapphire and diamond ring that Prince William gave to Kate Middleton belonged to Diana, Princess of Wales. It was her engagement ring. But who did the ring belong to after her death?
- Who was the first British royal bride to wear white?
Speculation continues about who designed Kate Middleton's wedding gown. Who was the first British royal bride to wear white?
- Why weren't the Obama's invited?
Some 1,900 coveted invitations to the royal wedding were sent to family, friends and other royal families throughout the world. But why were President and Mrs. Obama not invited?
- Where will the new royal couple live?
Prince William and Kate Middleton will marry in the centuries-old Westminster Abbey. Afterward, their reception will take place in Buckingham Palace. Then, where will the new royal couple live?
- Can Queen Elizabeth choose William as her successor?
Prince William and Kate Middleton are immensely popular. Can Queen Elizabeth choose her grandson, William, as her successor?
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The ceremony in London begins at 4 a.m. Mountain Time Friday.