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Monday, March 28, 2011

A British Tradition: Street Parties Celebrating the Royal Wedding

 LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 11: Samantha Cameron, wife of Prime Minister David Cameron sits with Adam Giles, 10 during a visit to the Save the Children charity headquarters on March 11, 2011 in London, England. Mrs Cameron has been appointed as an ambassador to Save the Children and she will be supporting the No Child Born to Die campaign. Getty Images

Courtesy: The DailyMail.com.  The Prime Minister's wife will be hosting a street party celebrating the Royal Wedding as is the tradition. DailyMail has the scoop:

Samantha Cameron will be among the millions of Britons holding a street party to celebrate the royal wedding.

The Prime Minister and his wife have applied for a licence to host a party in Downing Street on Friday, April 29.

Although Mr and Mrs Cameron have been invited to the royal nuptials at Westminster Abbey and then to a lunchtime reception at Buckingham Palace, they will return to Downing Street in the afternoon for the bash.

It is not known who the Camerons will invite on the day, although given the Prime Minister’s commitment to the Big Society there could be a charity theme to the event.

Westminster City Council confirmed it had received an application for a royal wedding street party from the Camerons.

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