Kate Middleton has chosen a very special wedding car for her last drive with her father, on the occasion of her marriage to Prince William, a Rolls-Royce.
A Rolls-Royce Phantom VI will drive her to the ceremony. The Rolls-Royce was given to the Queen as a present to celebrate her Silver Jubilee in 1977. This stunning Rolls-Royce was subject to much media attention in December last year when it was attacked by yobs during the student riots. The Royal Mews are confident that the damaged vehicle will be in tip top condition for the royal wedding on 29 April at Westminster Abbey, London.
Finished in claret and black, this unique wedding car has an extra high roof, making the bride to be and her father visible to the well wishers en route to the service.
The married couple will eschew petroleum power for horse power for their first journey. They will climb aboard the same horse drawn carriage which Prince William’s parents used on their wedding day 30 years ago in 1981.
The proud father of the groom, the Prince of Wales will travel to the ceremony in another Rolls-Royce Phantom, the Phantom IV as pictured above. Another very exclusive Royal Rolls-Royce, again finished in claret and black. This 1950 Rolls-Royce was commissioned by the Duke of Edinburgh in 1949 ending Daimlers royal “monopoly” when announced in 1950.
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