Unless you live under a rock, chances are you have been exposed to the epidemic of 'royal wedding fever' sweeping the globe. With the April 29th nuptials just days away, fresh details surrounding the royal wedding are starting to leak to the press.
The latest information leaked to the press are about where Kate Middleton will spend her last night as a bachelorette at the exclusive Goring Hotel in Belgravia. Rumour has it that night will be a family affair for Kate, with her mum Carole and sister Pippa joining her in the hotel.
Hailed as one of London's finest hotels and with a reputation for being one of the most discreet, the ultra-posh Goring Hotel is conveniently located just a few yards from Buckingham Palace.
Its premiere location to the palace has ensured the hotel has been stranger to royal visitors, having played host to both the Queen herself and Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York.
The Goring Hotel has 71 guest rooms, costing a minimum of £400 a night and suite can set you back as much as £1,525 a night.
Apparently the swanky 100 year-old Goring has renovated the entire top floor for the soon to be Princess, with claims of forking out more than £150,000 on new furnishings, silk wallpapers, state-of-the-art audio equipment, and even an authentic Crapper toilet.
With a views over a private garden square and beyond to Buckingham Palace, the rooftop suite is claimed to be one of the the most expensive in London. Seeing chance for promotion, the hotel has released a promo video of the suite.
The schedule for the royal wedding has also finally been released, with every event planned down to the minute, leaving no room for error.Kate Middleton and her father Michael leave the Goring at 10.51am - to be driven to the abbey for the ceremony at 11am. Princes William and his brother Harry will be at Westminster abbey at 10:15 am.
The wedding service is scheduled to finish at 12.15pm, after which the newlyweds will ride to Buckingham Palace in a carriage.The kiss on the palace balcony is scheduled for 1.25pm and five minutes later there will then be an RAF flypast and Battle of Britain memorial flight.