Motto party at the palace
on 10/12/2013 | 09:41
It’s been a long back and forth, but now Kate Middleton and Prince William have finally moved into their new home in London – the months of renovation work at Kensington Palace are over. If that’s not a reason to celebrate: The royal housewarming party will soon be taking place at the new home of Kate Middleton and Prince William!
If the Royals have their way, it shouldn’t be a boring cocktail with canapes and decent music! Kate Middleton and Prince William seem to have come up with something very special to celebrate their arrival in their new home. It should be a winter wonderland party, with snow, ice, and lots of great music!
“This is truly a once-in-a-lifetime event, not to be missed. Kensington Place is being redecorated like never before, in the style of the Ice Palace from the movie ‘Dr. Zhivago, ‘”a source told British magazine” Hello. ” Kate Middleton and Prince William seem to have a lot of options when it comes to the housewarming party and they want to give their guests an unforgettable evening. According to information in the magazine, Jon Bon Jovi, who is supposed to provide the necessary party music and lots of atmosphere, should also contribute!
Kate Middleton and Prince William celebrate for a good cause
The grand party at Kensington Palace is scheduled for November 26, including a champagne reception and a luxurious dinner. Guests can look forward to an extra class night. However, to be able to participate in this event, they also have to buy a ticket for the equivalent of about 6000 euros, according to the magazine. A proud sum! But Kate Middleton and Prince William don’t want to get rich at their housewarming party: the proceeds go to “Centrepoint,” an organization that works for the homeless. It seems like a successful celebration – Kate Middleton and Prince William apparently know how to put in a good mood!
A party with Prince William, Kate Middleton and Jon Bon Jovi and that too for a good cause, because looting the piggy bank is worth four times. Hopefully we’ll see lots of photos of the real winter wonderland …
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