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Prince William Bans Celebrity Performances At Royal Wedding

Prince William has banned celebrities from performing at his wedding, according to reports.

William, 28, and Kate, 29, have reportedly decided they don’t want any stars singing when they marry on April 29 at Westminster Abbey.

They have even decided not to let legendary singer Elton John perform.

Instead they are opting for traditional church music.

According to Scottish newspaper the Daily Record, a source said: ‘There will be no celebrity performers, just a choir and an organ.

‘They do not want the day to turn into a performing circus, they want it to be intimate and traditional.’

Some of the celebrities thought to be invited to the wedding include David and Victoria Beckham.

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Victoria Beckham’s former Spice Firls  bandmates are among the stars who have offered their congratulations following news she is pregnant with her fourth child.

The singer-turned-fashion designer and her soccer ace husband David announced on Sunday (Jan 9) they are set to welcome another baby later this year (11), a sibling for their sons Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz.
In a post on his Facebook.com page, sportsman Beckham writes, “I’ve got some great news to tell you all. Victoria and I are expecting our fourth child this summer. The boys are very excited about the arrival of a new brother or sister.” And his wife’s Spice Girls bandmates have rushed to congratulate their pal on her pregnancy.
Emma Bunton, who is currently expecting her second child, sent a message to Beckham on Twitter.com declaring, “Yeah! It’s such brilliant news!”, while Melanie Brown adds, “Congrats!” Mum-to-be Victoria took to the website on Monday (Jan10) to thank her famous friends and fans for their well-wishes.
In a post, she writes, “Thank u so much for your kind and beautiful messages! We are all so happy and very excited!”

Rowling & Beckham Are Britain’s Most Influential Women

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JK Rowling and Victoria  Beckham have been voted Britain’s most influential women, ahead of Queen Elizabeth  II.

The Harry Potter author came top of the list, which was compiled by the U.K.’s National Magazine Company, which publishes titles including Harper’s Bazaar and Good Housekeeping.
Singer-turned-fashion designer Beckham took second place, while the British monarch came third.
Girls Aloud star Cheryl Cole was fifth, while supermodel Kate Moss also made the top 10.

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