The world is not quite ready to hear about Princess Diana’s wedding, but it’s certainly ready to celebrate the occasion.

Here are the biggest details.

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The ceremony takes place in the U.K. The royal family is expected to fly to England in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

The Queen will be joined by Prince Philip and Princess Eugenie.

The first couple will attend a reception in Westminster Abbey, a traditional venue for weddings in England.

The reception will feature a large parade, and royal photographers will document the occasion for the next few weeks.

Buckingham Palace will hold a press conference to announce the royal couple’s arrival.

Buckingham palace said the Queen and her husband will have dinner with a “small group” of British and European dignitaries, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel, British Prime Minister Theresa May, and British Prime Minster David Cameron.

The news conference will start at 11 a.m.

ET and be livestreamed live on the palace’s website.

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The couple’s new clothes will be a celebration of the Queen’s 90th birthday.

The Royal Family will wear white dresses and sparkly bracelets that symbolize their love for the country, according to Buckingham Palace.

A royal dress and gold chain are also being worn, according the palace.

The dress will be adorned with a flower and a rose.

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The two-day event will include a royal dance party, where dancers will dance and sing for the royal audience.

The party will be held at Buckingham Palace, which has been dubbed “The Queen’s Dance Hall.”

The dance will be hosted by former American dance artist Sarah Hyland, who is also the music director for the show The Royal Ballet.

Hyland is known for choreographing the Queen at the dance and for being a longtime collaborator with the Royal Family.

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The event will be followed by a reception at Buckingham’s home in the United Kingdom, which is expected be a large gathering of royal dignities.

The wedding will be the first royal wedding since the death of Queen Elizabeth II in 2019.

The newlyweds will have a private reception, but will be surrounded by other dignitries and media.

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The new royal couple will arrive in London on Thursday.

Buckingham will be on a tour of the capital’s museums and landmarks, with a visit to Buckingham Hall and Buckingham Palace itself.

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The U.S. Embassy in London is expected in the afternoon to officially announce the new couple’s marriage.

The announcement will take place at 1 p.m., according to the Embassy.

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The official ceremony is scheduled to begin at 10:00 a., and will end at 10 p.

The queen and Prince Philip will be formally married on Friday, according ToS 4.2, which was issued on Friday.

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The coronation will take at least three hours.

The formal ceremony will be conducted by the U,S.

Vice President Joe Biden, with the British and U.N. heads of state attending, according Recode.

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The crowning will take three hours, according The official coronation ceremony will take five hours, and the Queen will remain in the Buckingham Palace residence for up to four hours.

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The traditional wedding will take up to 30 minutes.