Countdown to the Royal Wedding Begins
With three days to go before the wedding, Kate Middleton was spotted leaving her parent's house after going over final wedding plans.
And it looks like it's going to be a wet wedding day for Will and Kate!
The forecast for Friday is thunderstorms, high winds, and heavy rain. Superstition says a little drizzle on a wedding day is good luck, but for this big event, rain is a royal pain.
Instead of riding in an open-air carriage after the "I dos" as Diana and Charles did, newlyweds Will and Kate will be driven in a glass covered coach if it rains.
"It'll be a shame for photographs and hopefully her dress won't get splattered, but to be honest I think the spirit of the wedding and the happiness and joy of the British people will not change despite the weather," says INSIDE EDITION Special Correspondent and Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden.
Best man Prince Harry was out and about at a press conference to raise money for injured servicemen. He joked about his recent trek to the North Pole
Harry has a date for the big wedding night. He's bringing girlfriend Chelsea Davy, who was spotted doing some last minute shopping with friends
We've also learned that Prince William has a special surprise for his bride on their wedding night.
INSIDE EDITION's Diane McInerney got a look inside London's swanky store Fortnum & Mason, where Prince William bought a "love hamper," a gift basket packed with decadent treats for Kate.
Prince William put together a romantic basket for his bride including a cute teddy bear, handmade chocolates, and a bottle of Cristal champagne.
Next McInerney visited Garrard jewelry store where she got to try on a breathtaking tiara encrusted with diamonds and red spinels. Its estimated value is $200,000.
Middleton will reportedly be donning the Queen's own diamond tiara at the wedding of century, as her "something borrowed."
"It's an amazing thing for the queen to be able to do that, it shows how fond she is of Kate. It will obviously be a priceless piece of jewelry, with diamonds everywhere," says Holden.