Kate Middleton will spend her last night as a commoner in a luxury suite in a five star hotel, located in London.
Tomorrow she will walk down the aisle of Westminster Abbey with Prince William of Great Britain.
The apartment in which Kate Middleton will spend her last night as an “average woman” is in the five-star Goring Hotel, located in London’s Belgravia district.
The future princess of Great Britain will stay in the royal suite, which costs 5,000 pounds per night, with her mother and sister.
The rooms have been refitted specifically to meet the tastes of Prince William’s fiancé, and yesterday the staff decorated the place with 20 bouquets of flowers, with red and white freesias, roses and Eucharist lilies.
In Kate’s room there is a dark-wood four-poster bed, and designers included in the apartment various antiques, handmade furniture and Gainsborough silk, which costs 500 pounds per square meter. The living room has a library with old books, two bronze statues that hold the torch like the Statue of Liberty and an Art Deco chandelier from the 20s.
The hotel, which was built a century ago, is still owned by the Goring family. Currently it is rented by guests at the wedding of Kate Middleton and Prince William.
Tomorrow, the whole world can see the royal wedding of the century on television or online. Kate and William will exchange vows at Westminster Abbey in the presence of hundreds of relatives, friends and ordinary people.