Prince William’s wedding to boost economy

The economy will improve through an increase in tourism and spending as a result of Prince William's wedding. Economists are predicting that the economy will be strengthened in the lead up to the marriage of Prince William and his fiancée. The 2011 summer wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton is set to boost the UK economy, according to experts. The couple announced their engagement earlier this week and their upcoming nuptial celebrations may bolster tourism, merchandising and broadcasting, helping post-recession Britain to improve its fiscal foundations. The good news may even cause consumers to spend more, working to strengthen the economy even further.