) may have scored her late mother-in-law's 18-carat sapphire and diamond engagement ring, but that doesn't mean that her brother-in-law, Prince Harry, will have to go to Zales to pick something out for his future wife.
We wish them every happiness for the future.' is considered the frontrunner.) Kate's "career," post-wedding will most likely take the form of that of other princesses and will reportedly revolve around Prince William's schedule.According to Celebuzz, Kate has already been assigned 4 bodyguards from Scotland Yard to protect her around the clock, as she adjusts to life in her new public role. Unlike Prince Charles and Diana's relationship, where it was Diana who was the most popular of the two, many people are wagering that Prince William will be the star of his and Kate's relationship.I remember when William's mother got married, I slept on the Mall that night and joined in the celebrations.I'm sure lots of people will want to celebrate in lots of different ways.'He added: 'As well as this being a great moment for national celebration, I think we also have to remember that this is two young people who love each other who have made this announcement, who are looking forward to their wedding, and we must give them plenty of space to think about the future and what they are about to do.'Their romance was exposed on a skiing holiday in Klosters in 2004 but William famously proclaimed: 'I don't want to get married until I'm at least 28 or maybe 30' - setting the stage for a very long wait.