Now finds out about Kate and Will's plans for their last night of freedom
We always knew that Kate Middleton and Prince William’s wedding was going to be a grand affair, so we’re not surprised to see that the organisers have already started planning their stag and hen parties.
Now’s been busy finding out their plans so far…
‘Kate’s will be a very low-key lunch affair,’ says our insider.
‘She’ll either have it in London or do something private at home in Berkshire.
‘William’s won’t be too loud either. He’s planning a shooting weekend with his mates up in Scotland, although I’ve heard his brother Harry has other ideas.’
Uh-oh, Kate – we wouldn’t leave Harry in charge of the stag if we were you!
Sources close to ‘commoner’ Kate say her patience has paid off.
Although she was dubbed ‘waity Katy‘ as she hung on for the Prince to propose, it was a mutual decision not to rush into a wedding.
‘They both knew the minute the announcement was made they’d be owned by the media and the public,’ reveals a source.
‘They’re excited about getting married but part of them is quite daunted at the prospect of being public property for the rest of their lives together.’
To read the full story about Kate Middleton and Prince William, both 28, see Now magazine dated 29 November 2010 – out now!