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The Queen and the Queen Mother both married there but it also holds painful memories because of Diana's funeral.Steeped in more than a thousand years of history, the gothic London Abbey has been at the forefront of major royal ceremonies for generation after generation.Hairdresser Joey, who works for Richard Ward Hair in Chelsea, was cutting the royal mother-of-two's hair, when she decided to donate the clippings, She reportedly made an anonymous donation to the Little Princess Trust, a UK charity that makes wigs for children who have lost their hair through illness.READ MORE: * Americans can't believe Kate Middleton uses a flannel to wash her face * Stop the press, Kate Middleton has got a new haircut * Pippa's wedding: Get the details on her stunning dress by Giles Deacon Trust spokeswoman Helen Creese said the charity was "delighted" with the donation.Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, married at the Guildhall there in 2005 before a party at the Castle (below).'I spoke to Prince William a few moments ago and passed on my congratulations.He said: 'It's great to have a piece of unadulterated good news that everyone can celebrate and be happy for them.
We wish them every happiness for the future.' is considered the frontrunner.
Royal consorts have traditionally come from the ranks of Britain’s aristocracy or from other European royal houses.
But numbered among Middleton's ancestors are Northumbrian miners and Kent builders' labourers.
In the past few months, the pair have been 'road-testing' married life on Anglesey, in Wales, where William works as a search-and-rescue pilot - although officially Kate is still living at her parents.
Today’s wedding announcement puts Kate Middleton in line to become the first commoner to be queen since Anne Hyde wed the Duke of York, later James II, in 1660.We believe that we have the best supporters in the whole world and it is lovely to know that Princess Kate is now one of them!