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Swedish Crown Princess Victoria to wed a "small people" (a commoner)

Crown Princess Victoria (L) and Daniel Westling at a gala performance at the Stockholm Concert Hall in Stockholm on 18 June 2010

The couple will ride through the city in a horse-drawn carriage

The Swedish capital is braced for one of its biggest ever public celebrations as Crown Princess Victoria weds her former personal trainer.

Victoria, 32, will tie the knot with 36-year-old commoner Daniel Westling at Stockholm Cathedral.

More than 1,200 guests, including royals from around the world, have been invited to the ceremony.

The couple, who met in 2002, will ride through the city centre afterwards in a horse-drawn carriage.

They will then take to the same royal barge Victoria's parents, Queen Silvia and King Carl XVI Gustaf, used on their wedding day exactly 34 years ago.

The newlyweds will be taken across the harbour to Drottningholm Palace and an evening banquet with guests from Sweden and around the world.

Secret guest list

It is Sweden's first royal wedding in Sweden since 1976.

Victoria will be escorted down the aisle by her father, whom she is first in line to succeed.

Nineteen military bands will entertain the thousands of people expected to line the route, which has been decked out in flowers as well as blue and yellow flags.

Some 6,000 military personnel and 2,000 police will be spread throughout Stockholm.

Eighteen Gripen fighter jets will fly above the city to celebrate the wedding.

The guest list is secret, but the Norwegian and Danish royal families have arrived in the capital, as has Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands and Prince Albert of Monaco.

As Crown Princess Victoria's husband, gym owner Mr Westling will assume the title of Prince Daniel, Duke of Vastergotland.

Sweden's monarchy has no political power, but the king or queen represents the nation and greets foreign dignitaries.