For Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding, after first having been deemed "in poor taste", what souvenir item did Buckingham Palace accept as an official Royal Wedding memorabilia anyway after a change of heart?

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For Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding, after first having been deemed "in poor taste", what souvenir item did Buckingham Palace accept as an official Royal Wedding memorabilia anyway after a change of heart?

Tea towels

Explanation

The interest in Royal Wedding memorabilia is high, and manufacturers were incensed when Buckingham Palace announced that tea towels were considered "in bad taste", alongside other disposable items such as aprons and t-shirts. Tea towels are a tradition stretching back to the Queen's own wedding in 1947. The official tea towel, which is expected to cost £8, will be a plain white linen teacloth featuring the intertwined initials of William and Catherine and the prince's coronet.

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