EXCLUSIVE VIDEO INTERVIEWS: What Wedding Gift Would You Get Prince William & Kate?

With the royal wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton coming up, RadarOnline.com was at Bvlgari’s elegant Thursday night fundraiser in Beverly Hills to ask the stars, “What would you get Kate Middleton and Prince William for their upcoming wedding?”

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Our reporter Jessica Campbell left True Grit star Josh Brolin speechless in asking him what to get for the royal lovebirds.

“Do you know what is great about that question?” he said. “I literally … probably for the first time in my life … drew a complete blank.”

Cowboys & Aliens cutie Abigail Spencer said she supports “a very long honeymoon” for the prince and his bride.

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“Being married, I probably would give them advice on that: I would say, ‘Take a year off and go on a honeymoon,’” she said.

Bvlgar CEO Francesco Trapani said for the prince, he “would probably give a nice watch. We have beautiful, very sophisticated men’s watches that would be ideal for him.

“And for her, you know … many different things … a lot of nice jewelry,” Trapani said.

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Reality star Sharon Osbourne said she’d “give them a tree,” while comic Niecy Nash said she’d invite them to her own upcoming wedding (to fiancée Jay Tucker), “so they can give me something nice.”

Other stars, including Ricky Martin, Malin Akerman, Gerard Butler, Lisa Edelstein and Adrien Brody were present at the event, which benefited Save The Children and Artists for Peace and Justice.

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Prince William and Kate Middleton are slated to wed April 29, 2011 at the historic English church Westminster Abbey.

 

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