Photos from inside the grand venue where Prince William will marry Kate Middleton on April 29 present a look at the altar prepped for the big day as well as the rows of tall trees lining the aisle.
How will Westminster Abbey look like when Prince William ties the knot with Kate Middleton on Friday, April 29? Photos from the inside of the grand venue, which will bear witness to the royal wedding, have come out via CTV. They share glimpses of the decoration inside the abbey as well as the final stages of preparation.
Some of the pictures give a look at the altar where William and Kate will exchange their wedding vows. Some others expose the rows of 20-foot-tall trees that have been lined up along the aisle as well as the chairs set up for the guests that face inward. Others present a snap of workers cleaning the checkered floor, security filing through the abbey and musicians rehearsing.
The Daily Express has previously reported eight 20-foot-tall trees along with seasonal British flowers are part of the decoration inside Westminster Abbey. English field maple and hornbeam trees as well as azalea, lilac and rhododendron flowers will adorn the aisle as Royal Wedding florist Shane Connolly explain the display would symbolize that "everything is sustainable, renewable and appropriate".