PRINCE William’s admirers will get the chance to find out how Kate Middleton felt standing by his side when their engagement was announced, with the help of a life-size wax model.
American artist Jennifer Rubell is behind the wax model of William, which will be displayed at a London gallery ahead of the couple’s wedding at Westminster Abbey on April 29.
The model is complete with a replica of Ms Middleton’s sapphire and diamond engagement ring – the same engagement ring Prince William’s mother, Diana, the Princess of Wales, wore. Would-be royal brides can live out their fairytale fantasy by slipping on the ring and standing arm-in-arm with the prince.
“It’s the feminine equivalent of winning the lottery,” said Rubell.
“William is a living Prince Charming. When reality offers you a living, breathing human being that occupies a reality that’s existed for thousands of years – that’s very attractive.”
Rubell, a former food writer from New York, also features in her exhibition five drinks associated with the monarchy and British empire, which visitors can sample – rum, gin, Madeira wine, whiskey and sloe gin.
“You can make a toast to the happy couple you’ve just become,” she joked.
As well as the exhibition, fans of the couple can follow in their footsteps on a London walking tour of the sites linked to Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Celebrity Planet is offering the two-hour amble through a wealthy swath of London charts the highs and lows of the royal romance as breathlessly reported in the UK’s tireless tabloid media.
One of the first stops is a branch of Jigsaw, the clothing chain where Middleton was working as a part-time accessories buyer in 2007 when William got cold feet and broke off their relationship.
More insights are on hand down the road outside Mahiki, a nightclub favoured by the young and wealthy, and by paparazzi hoping to see them behaving badly – and where tabloids reported Prince William racked up a bar bill of $17,580 in a week after the break-up.
Other businesses looking to cash in on the April wedding have come up with a strange range of items to commemorate the big day.
Everything from plates, mugs and even condoms baring images of the couple have gone on sale.
Crown Jewels Condoms of Distinction are being sold in royal purple packs with the slogan: “Lie back and think of England”
The condoms promise “a better class of lovemaking” and features a saucy guide to using the “Heritage Edition” condoms inside.
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