Royal Wedding: Campsite Planned For Spectators

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Mar. 14 2011, Updated 7:00 a.m. ET

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We're now only 46 days away from the royal wedding, and RadarOnline.com has learned that an English park called Clapham Common will be converted into Camp Royale, a campsite for those looking to get close to next month's historic wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton.

The park is setting up shop for an expected 10,000 visitors looking to camp out near legendary English church Westminster Abbey, where Prince William and Kate will exchange "I do's" April 29. It will have a big screen TV campers can take in the wedding on, as well as contests for the best-dressed guests and most creatively-designed tent.

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Admission for the event, which is slated to run from April 28 until May 1, is £75 per person (about $121 in US dollars).

"We hope that this affordable option will appeal to people who thought they couldn't afford to join in the fun," Camp Royale spokesman Dan Cottern told the Daily Mail.

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For more info, check out Camp Royale's at website www.camproyale.co.uk; stay with RadarOnline.com for more news on the royal wedding as it breaks.

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