January 11, 2011
To toast the pomp of Britain's upcoming royal nuptials, you'll be able to wash your champagne glasses with an official tea towel commemorating the wedding of Will and Kate.
Buckingham Palace granted official approval for a souvenier towel, reported the Daily Telegraph on Tyesday.
Tea towels had been removed from the original approval list of items commemorating the event because officials deemed them "too disposable".
The official tea towel will be plain white, made from linen and feature the couple's initials entwined on a background of the prince's coronet, according to the Telegraph newspaper.
Estimates indicate that the royal wedding could give a 620 million pound ($985 million) boost to the British economy.
By Dallas Bianchi