On July 2 Prince Albert of Monaco and Charlene Wittstock will tie the knot – in the first marriage of a reigning prince since Albert's father, Prince Rainer III married American actress Grace Kelly in 1956.
Here is some fun data about the royal family – from the family's longest marriage (65 years!) to the average age of marriage. (Click on the image below to see the Royal Family Stats!)
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Today marks the long-awaited wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, in an event that will be broadcast around the world for millions (perhaps even billions) to watch.
Even if the marriage is not broadcast in your area, you can watch it online here.
We thought we’d celebrate this by showing some footage from a selection of Royal weddings of the past century – some recent, and some going back to the 1920s. Most of these were held at Westminster Abbey, where today’s ceremony will also take place.