By Daily Mail Reporter
Here come the Middletons: Pippa, Kate and mother Carole smile to the crowds as they arrive at the Goring Hotel ahead of Kate's marriage to Prince William tomorrow
After a final rehearsal at Westminster Abbey, Kate Middleton arrived this evening at the Goring Hotel, where her family are staying ahead of her marriage to Prince William tomorrow.
Wearing a polka-dot dress, the bride-to-be, accompanied by her sister Pippa and mother Carole, waved to the huge crowd which has gathered outside the hotel in Belgravia.
A beaming Kate showed no sign of nerves as she prepares to spend her final night as a single woman - and a commoner.
And royal fans had an extra treat tonight as her husband-to-be greeted well-wishers along The Mall.
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Almost there: Kate Middleton and her family receive huge cheers in Belgravia this evening ahead of her wedding at Westminster Abbey
I'm getting married in the morning: The bride-to-be waves to the crowds as she prepares to spend her final night as a single woman and a commoner
A family affair: Kate outside the Goring Hotel with her sister Pippa and mother Carole this evening
Prince William, accompanied by his brother Harry, shook hands and chatted with the crowd near Clarence House.
Earlier today, Kate was greeted by cheers at the abbey as she was joined by best man Prince Harry - as well as the bridesmaids and pageboys and members of her family - for one last run-through of the big day which will be watched by 2billion people round the globe.
The practice took place as it was revealed Miss Middleton will not promise to 'obey' Prince William in her vows.
It's really happening: Kate reacts to well-wishers outside her hotel
Today thousands of royal fans had set up tents outside the Abbey where there was a carnival atmosphere.
As Kate arrived this morning, a huge cheer went up from the royal fans who have been arriving from round the globe.
Waving their Union flags, the crowds greeted the passing Household Cavalry this morning before the bride-to-be arrived for a last run-through.
It is the last time Miss Middleton or a member of the Royal Family will be at the abbey before the service gets under way tomorrow, St James's Palace said.
Prince William greets well-wishers along The Mall ahead of his wedding
The happy prince: Kate's husband-to-be clearly enjoyed chatting with his fans
Best man: Prince Harry joined his brother on the stroll near Clarence House
One more night: The bride-to-be and her sister Pippa were all smiles as the big day approaches
Soon to have a prince in the family: Pippa and Carole in Belgravia this evening
Later on, the Duchess of Cornwall went out onto the Mall to meet well-wishers and those camping out ahead of tomorrow’s event during an impromptu walkabout.
When asked how she was feeling ahead of the big day, the duchess said: 'We’re all ready for tomorrow - it’s wonderful and all very exciting!
'There’s a great atmosphere out here and it’s so nice to meet people and see how the celebrations are getting underway.'
Flying the flag: The Duchess of Cornwall greets royal fans as she arrives at Clarence House earlier today
Walkabout: The Duchess of Cornwall spoke to royal fans who are camping overnight on The Mall
New picture: This portrait of Prince William and Kate Middleton by celebrated photographer Mario Testino was published in the official programme
Today the journalist who carried out the couple's engagement interview said they were attempting to 'block out the terror of having two billion people' watching them tomorrow.
In a personal message to well-wishers, the couple said they were 'incredibly moved' by the affection shown to them since their engagement in the official wedding programme.
Tomorrow modern-thinking Miss Middleton will pledge to 'love, comfort, honour and keep' William.
Kate Middleton and Prince Harry at the Abbey this morning for the last run-through. Two billion people are expected to watch the ceremony tomorrow
Mike Tindall, who is due to marry Zara Phillips in July, arrives at Clarence House
The soon-to-be royal is following in the footsteps of the Prince's mother Diana who also opted not to 'obey' the Prince of Wales during their wedding ceremony in 1981.
The Queen, Princess Margaret and the Princess Royal all said they would obey their husbands.
William and his fiancee have selected the Series One Book of Common Prayer ceremony, from 1966, which allows the bride to drop 'obey him' and 'serve him' from the religious proceedings.
With William choosing not to wear a wedding ring, only the prince will say 'With this ring I thee wed' as he places the golden band on Kate's finger.
Last practice: Kate Middleton, with her mother Carole and Prince Harry, gets into a Jaguar and leaves Westminster Abbey this morning after a final run through. The next time she will be back there will be for the wedding
Grinning bride: A smiling Kate Middleton, right, arrives at Westminster Abbey for the last run through. Left, her sister Pippa enters with bridesmaid Grace van Cutsem
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