With the royal wedding just a day away, final plans and details have all been settled, and the wedding ceremony was practiced for the final time on Wednesday evening.
Everybody knows that there are certain aspects of a wedding that are extremely important, like flowers and music.
Prince William and Kate Middleton are no exception. The couple knows exactly what music they want played at their upcoming royal wedding.
Unlike most of us though, the music won’t be played by a deejay or from an iPod…William and Kate wanted the best, and they got it when they asked the London Chamber Orchestra to play.
Christopher Warren-Green, the London Chamber Orchestra’s music director and conductor for the occasion, tells PEOPLE: “The couple have very, very strong ideas of what they want…and after all, at the end of the day, it is their wedding. It’s a young couple’s wedding, and they should have what they want.”
What sort of music will be played during the royal wedding ceremony on Friday? “I’m terribly sorry,” Warren-Green says. “Both Prince William and Catherine really want to try and keep things a surprise.”
Well, I can’t say I blame them! Having such a public, spotlighted wedding doesn’t leave a whole lot of room for surprises!