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Prince William Leaving Royal Wedding Early?

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Prince William Leaving Royal Wedding Early?

Prince William Leaving Royal Wedding Early?

Prince William is exclusively reserving Saturday, May 19, to celebrate brother Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding.

The 35-year-old royal also serves as president of England’s Football Association.

He will be hosting its FA Cup Final on Saturday.

William typically attends the sporting event and awards the winning team with a trophy.

But he will not be present at Saturday’s game, which is scheduled to begin right when his brother and the Suits actress will be exchanging vows.

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