According to my new special sources at Westminster Abbey, Kate Middleton will become Mrs. Prince Will at this altar. It is called the High Altar.


She will glide into the Abbey through these grand doors. Of course, there should not be snow there in April!

Then she will walk down the aisle that many Kings and Queens haved walked down for their coronations.

It is the aisle her beloved walked down for his Mum’s funeral. It is the aisle that she will, perhaps, walk down when she and Will become King and Queen of England some day.

Yesterday, and during the day to day experience in Westminister Abbey, the main altar and the front door are blocked from each other by a small chapel area that prevents you from walking straight down the aisle from the front door. That area will be freed up on the big day on April 29.

I took a test run down that aisle yesterday, walking just through the area with wooded seating that faces the aisle. There are some chairs up front in small rows. I am betting that the royals will bring in better furniture for this event!

I was told that Westminister Abbey can hold over 8.000 people, due to the special seating areas that were built for Queen Elizabeth’s coronation. Some of these folks would be way up in the royal bleechers if Kate and Will were to have such a large guest list. 

More from Beliefnet and our partners
previous posts

A toddler in Sacramento, California has been dubbed “Tiny Hawk” after doing some serious shredding at a local skate park. Two year old Brody Alexzandr was introduced to skateboarding when his family decided to pick up a hobby to keep busy during quarantine. Brody’s dad, Shayne Dillynger had lost his job working in the food […]

Longtime “Jeoparady!” host Alex Tribek, alongside his wife, just recently donated $500,000 to Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission. The faith-based nonprofit organization is committed to “prevent, reduce and eliminate poverty, hunger, and homelessness.” “Alex and Jean contributed $500,000 to the charity because they believe in helping locally as well as globally,” a representative for […]

Jacob Gaddam’s is making his mark on the bowling world one bowling pin at a time. The 16-year-old picked up bowing at the age of five and has been striking out every since. Jason, who is both legally blind and hearing impaired, has become a household name in the bowling world which, has included some […]

This summer is different than any we’ve ever experienced. We’re separated by physical barriers like masks, screens, glass shields, and at least six feet of space. We’re under some form of quarantine or curfew or both. But these physical barriers don’t change the way that we, as God’s children are one body, united in Christ […]