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Royal Wedding Betting Odds

| 07.02.2011

Kate Moss may have stolen the show in recent weeks with her announcement that she will wed Jamie Hince of rock band The Kills, but we all know that the Royal Wedding will be the wedding of the year.

Ladbrokes have pitted Kate Moss and Kate Middleton head-to-head in plenty of betting markets though, and new customers to Ladbrokes who sign up here for a free £25 bet can bet on everything from most expensive ring to which party will consume more champagne.

Middleton is expected to wear the pricier ring at 4/6 with Moss available at 11/10, but Moss’ bash looks set to be the boozier with Moss’ wedding party 1/5 to consume the more champagne.

An interesting side market is the ‘who will wear the pricier dress’ betting market.

Supermodel Moss will no doubt have all the top name designers queuing up to design her wedding dress and Moss is 8/13 to wear the most expensive dress.

But with Bruce Oldfield strongly rumoured to be designing the future princess’s dress, punters may want to take the 6/5 for Middleton to be wearing the more expensive dress with some of Oldfield’s collections costing upwards of £18,000.

The Royal Wedding is the most eagerly anticipated event of the year with London likely to come to a standstill on April 29th, and even those punters who show no interest in the Royal Family can find plenty of value in the Royal Wedding betting.

All eyes will be on Prince William and Kate when they pull up to Westminster Abbey, and while many of those may be teary-eyed, plenty of those could be seeing pound signs.

The Royal Wedding betting market is the perfect opportunity or new punters who have never placed a bet before to enjoy a novelty bet, and the Royal Wedding odds offer plenty of potential to make a strong return.

Make the most of the bank holiday by placing a bet on the Royal Wedding. New customers can sign up here for a free Royal Wedding bet worth £25.



Robbie Morris

Robbie studied sports journalism at the University of Gloucestershire, an establishment chosen for its proximity to Cheltenham racecourse, where he was a season ticket holder. Upon graduation, Robbie was a contributor to GolfPunk, a national magazine aimed at ridding golf of its traditionalist image, before joining the news.ladbrokes team.