UnNews:Prince William and Kate Middleton leave Buckingham Palace in Prince Charles's Morris Mini Cooper S
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30 April 2011
LONDON, England -- In the most informal part of the royal wedding celebrations, Prince William and Kate Middleton emerged from the palace gates at about 3:35 PM in a dark blue Morris Mini Cooper S belonging to the Prince of Wales.
The car, which runs on Becks Lager fuel distilled from Becks Lager, was festooned with blue condoms tied to the exhaust tail pipe, and an "L" learner plate on the front, while a yellow rear number plate had been added that read FUQ MII.
Prince Harry, the best man, and other friends and family had not dared to decorate the car, which had been a 21st birthday present from the Queen to the princess’s father, because it is not the traditional style for newlyweds.
Prince William, who had changed out of his wedding attire, took the wheel but neither of them could be seen through the darkened windows. In fact, there is no certainty exactly who was in the car.
A spokesman said, "It was Prince William's idea to drive his new bride away from the official reception on their first journey as a married couple to his family home in Wandsworth Common."
Claire Bull, 52, from Flimwell, East Sussex, said, "It was quite a surprise, the windows were all black. We couldn’t see them a’tall."
- Martin Beckford "Prince William and Kate Middleton drive out of Buckingham Palace in Prince Charles's Aston Martin". The Telegraph, April 30, 2011