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Charles' Wedding Planning a Royal Pain

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Charles' Wedding Planning a Royal Pain

Charles' Wedding Planning a Royal Pain

Charles' Wedding Planning a Royal Pain

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The announcement that Prince Charles and Camilla would wed suggested that love had found a way. Now the wedding seems to have gone off track. First came the news that the couple couldn't marry in Windsor Castle but must tie the knot at a local registry office. Now the queen has announced she won't attend. No, it's not a humiliating snub, as the British headlines are screaming. The Queen says she merely wants to help her son keep his second wedding low key.