Kate Middleton and Prince William’s wedding back in 2011 was a global affair, but they didn’t of course forget their close friends in Kate’s mother’s parish of Bucklebury.
Public House owner, John Haley has recently noted that after his invitation to the couple’s 2011 nuptials he instantly threw a celebration for the locals afterwards, and plans to do the very same thing when the Royal baby arrives.
Speaking out about the impending arrival, John noted that: “[The party] will be massive,”
“After the wedding we had 350 people here for a party, and it’ll be much the same [for the birth].
“I actually asked Kate if she could please tell me the date so we could plan the party. She said, ‘John I really would but I have no idea what day it is.’ It’s very difficult to plan because we don’t know the arrival so we’re waiting."
Aside from the date John, The Boot Inn owner also noted that, “Kate always comes in and orders something special. I asked her if we could reveal and serve her favorite dish and she said she wouldn’t mind.
“We have a bottle or two in the fridge ready to be popped when the baby is here – to wet the baby’s head and the parents and bless the baby. We are ready to party once we get that call.”
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