As the April 29 royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton approaches, London bookmakers are taking bets on everything from the color of Kate's dress to if the couple is headed for splitsville. CNNMoney looks at the latest odds.
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The bride-to-be, who once upon a time the British tabloids called "Waity Katie," isn't likely to keep her prince waiting long, according to the bookies. Odds are 7-4 that Kate will enter the doors at Westminster Abbey promptly at 11 a.m. or be three minutes late. By comparison, there's a 6-to-1 shot she'll arrive 12 minutes or more late.
Source: William Hill Odds displayed are the net amount paid out to the bettor, should he or she win, relative to the amount staked. If odds are 7-4, the bettor stands to make £7 for a £4 stake. Odds from William Hill and Paddy Power accurate as of Wednesday, April 20, 6 a.m. ET