Celebrate the Royal nuptials

To Mark the Royal wedding

A small corner of The Bay store in Kelowna’s Orchard Park Mall will have a definitive British flavour on Friday to help celebrate the Royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.

To mark the Royal nuptials, the Winsmoor boutique outlet in The Bay will host a high tea celebration from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The boutique staff—manager Wanda Silver and staff Affaneh Janamian, Aniko Kalocsai and Lynora Darling—will be serving tea and scones while wearing some of the Winsmoor fashion line items.

“I think it’s fabulous,” said staffer Lynora Darling of the couple tieing the knot. “I think they’ve been able to wait long enough to get to know one another, and I think it’s wise for them not to get married until they were in their 30s.”

For a $5 ticket, shoppers can also be eligible for a variety of different door prizes and gift certificates.

The actual wedding ceremony takes place at Westminster Abbey on April 29.


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