The royal wedding is just two weeks away today. And, as the day creeps nearer, new details are emerging.
We now have confirmation that Kate will spend her last night as a single woman and commoner at London's Goring Hotel.
"We are honored and delighted to be playing a small part in such a great day," Jeremy Goring, the hotel's CEO, told ABC News.
The suite where Kate willl be staying has just been given a $240,000 makeover. It consists of five rooms, which the princess-to-be will share with sister Pippa and mother Carole. There's a four-poster bed for Kate, as well as a gigantic TV.
"If on her wedding morning Kate decides to have a bath then she'll have waterproof, flat-screen TV by her toes where she can no doubt watch herself on television with the build up," said Duncan Larcombe, royal editor at the Sun newspaper and ABC News contributor.
The living area has a grand piano, the wallpaper is made of silk and there's even a throne.
The hotel is a convenient choice with its proximity to Westminster Abbey, site of the royal wedding ceremony. The Palace announced today that Kate Middleton and her father would leave the Goring at 10:51a.m. for the 11 a.m. service.