Kate Middleton attended a final rehearsal this morning (April 28) ahead of her wedding to Britain's Prince William tomorrow (April 29).
While William was not present at Westminster Abbey, Kate was joined by best man Prince Harry, along with her bridesmaids, pageboys, and members of her family in what is to be last time Kate will be at the Abbey before tomorrow's ceremony.
Yesterday (April 27), Kate and William conducted a final run-through, handing out vital instructions on who will stand where in the historic church.
Accompanied by Harry, maid of honor Pippa Middleton, Kate's parents Michael and Carole, and the Archbishop of Canterbury Dr. Rowan Williams—who will be conducting the ceremony—the pair were reportedly thrilled with the way the Abbey had been transformed.
An onlooker told the Daily Mail newspaper: "Kate was overwhelmed with how beautiful it looked—it was everything she had hoped for.
"Her parents were by her side the whole time, telling her how wonderful it was going to be. She looked like any young bride, excited about her big day."
In addition to Kate practising her walk down the aisle with her father, the couple went through their vows, with speculation mounting that they may have penned the words themselves after the 29-year-old beauty was spotted carrying a piece of paper bearing a touching passage.
It read: "With so much love within our hearts."
Meanwhile, more than 1,000 soldiers, sailors, and airmen gathered at 5 a.m. yesterday morning for a run-through of the ceremonial procession through central London.