Will and Kate's Guide to London

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[MUSIC] I'm Mark Ellwood and welcome to London. Now every visitor knows where you're likely to find Queen Elizabeth. At Buckingham Palace, probably in the garden playing with the Corgis. But what about those long-term royal love birds, William and Kate, the future King and Queen? Where do they hang out? Well, come hop on the tube with me, where in two minutes, I'm gonna show you eight years of their favorite spots. First off, Kings Road. Fittingly, the Kings Road has a real royal pedigree. Kate's a regular here, just like Princess Diana was before her. This is a princess who knows what it's like to draw a paycheck. Kate used to work as an accessories buyer at Jigsaw, the British fashion chain that's owned by friends of her parents Where was Jigsaw's flagship store? Where as but the King's Road. [MUSIC] Bad hair days happen to everyone. Well, except the regulars of the Richard Ward Salon, where Kate's been a loyal client for several years. [MUSIC] Kate made her first glamorous splash when she accompanied William to the [UNKNOWN] Boxing Ball. It's a London social highlight, and wowing a charity event like that is the perfect practice for a princess in training. That was right here at the Lancaster London Hotel. No one knows whether William and Kate snuck upstairs for a few hours away with a presidential suite like this. [MUSIC] Mahiki in Mayfair is one of the poshest places to party in London. It's a tiki bar whose name in Polynesian means path to the underworld. Pretty fitting, given that this is where both William and Kate came to misbehave a little when they were on a break a few years back. I'd go inside and try one, but I think it's a little early. St. Luke's Church in Chelsea is one of the first places that Kate was spotted after the engagement was announced. So if you come here on a Sunday, who knows? You might see her for yourself. So there you have it, a whistle stop tour of Kate and William's favorite London hotspots. Now all you've gotta do, is come see them for yourself. [MUSIC] [BLANK_AUDIO]
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Will and Kate's Guide to London


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