April 30, 2011 The Royal Wedding went off with all of the British storybook touches — tiaras, boy sopranos, and maids-of-honor named Pippa. But recent history suggests that the Royal Marriage could be more difficult to navigate.
April 29, 2011 The commoners of London stood shoulder to shoulder like flag-waving, wedding-watching sardines with hats for the chance to see Prince William marry Kate Middleton at Westminster Abbey. NPR's Linda Holmes takes in the day's ceremony and spectacle.
April 28, 2011 After five months of planning and anticipation, it's showtime. Swarms of people have descended on London for the nuptials of Prince William and Kate Middleton. And while the bride and groom may be trying to take a low-key approach to the whole thing, London is anything but low key.
April 28, 2011 It's finally actually time for the royal wedding, after all the talk and the runup. And now, you'll get to see what is likely to be a very carefully planned event, where even the movements of little children are scheduled to the minute.
April 28, 2011 Many in the United States are embracing the royal wedding as if it was America's own. One study says U.S. media is devoting more coverage to the event than their British counterparts. But if you listen carefully amid all the clatter, you can hear a few voices representing America's anti-monarchical origins.