Wills, Kate To Arrive In Los Angeles Friday

LOS ANGELES (CBS) — The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are scheduled to land at Los Angeles International Airport Friday afternoon.

Following their scheduled 4 p.m. arrival, they will head to a 7:30 p.m. business conference in Beverly Hills, as well as a 10 p.m. reception at the consul-general’s residence.

Southland fans are eagerly awaiting the royal couple’s arrival, but the three-day visit could cause delays for drivers who will be impacted by several road closures.

Those looking to see the royals can catch them Saturday at the Belasco Theater, where Prince William and the former Kate Middleton will walk the red carpet at an event for the British Academy of Film and Television Arts. Earlier that day, they will be in Santa Barbara for the Foundation Polo Challenge at the Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club.

You may also be able to catch a glimpse of them near Sixth and June in Hancock Park, where they will be staying at the home of the British consul.

Sunday, they will visit the Inner-City Arts School on Skid Row.

The following streets will be closed:

– June Street between Fourth and Sixth avenues (Friday)

-11th Street between Broadway and Grand (Saturday)

– Hill Street between 12th and Olympic (Saturday)

– Kohler Street between Seventh and Eighth streets (Sunday)

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  • Rick

    Looks like Origami on her head.

  • Patricia

    Kate is not a princess as she was referred to repeatedly on the noon and 2 o’clock news. Her title is “Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge.” It would be nice is the newscasters were better informed.

  • Mom of Three Soldiers & Proud of it!

    I just heard the commentator from the UK saying that in Canada the people wear red on Friday’s in honor of their military men and women who have died serving and are currently serving their country.

    This is also observed in the United States by families and friends of the Military. It is known as “Red Friday”. Just thought that she should be aware that Canadians aren’t the only people that recognize what our sons/daughters/friends/relatives and complete strangers are sacrificing for our freedom. God Bless out Soldiers!

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