Wedding Traditions

Prince William and Kate Middleton to Recite Traditional Wedding Vows

Prince William and Kate Middleton will recite traditional vows when they are married in the royal wedding on April 29, 2011. The couple will pledge themselves to each other in sickness and in health.

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Many celebrities opt to write their own vows as they stand at the altar and become man and wife. When it comes to the royal wedding, Prince William and Kate Middleton will be keeping theirs traditional.

According to People.com, the couple will select vows from 1662’s Book of Common Prayer or the Book of Common Worship, widely used in the Protestant Church of England.

Though the wording differs slightly, in both sets of vows William and Kate will pledge themselves to each other in sickness and in health.

The Archbishop of Canterbury will marry the couple at Westminster Abbey on April 29.










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