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Friday 31 October 2014

Kensit shows how to marry a prince

Patsy Kensit will give viewers advice on how to nab their own prince

Patsy Kensit will be presenting a "step-by-step guide" on how to marry a prince in celebration of the royal wedding.

The four-times married TV star, 43, will "discover the perfect route to becoming a princess" in the show for Sky.

Actress Patsy said of her first major presenting role: "I'm really excited about being part of the royal wedding fever, by presenting Sky Living's How To Nab A Prince.

"The series will make fabulously fun viewing. The royal wedding is definitely the event of the decade."

Former Atomic Kitten Liz McClarnon will feature as a roving reporter in the show hosted by Patsy, who has been married to chart-topping stars Dan Donovan, Jim Kerr and Liam Gallagher and DJ Jeremy Healy.

Ex-Holby City star Patsy will look at "where to go, what to wear, and what to say to bag your own prince".

Vikki Cook, Sky Entertainment's commissioning editor of factual and features, said: "The royal wedding has become one of the most talked about events of the year and this series will be Sky Living's unique way of celebrating the occasion.

"We know that this show will appeal to all those aspiring princesses out there. Who knows, by using our top tips, you could be the next Kate Middleton."

The series will be broadcast on April 20, April 27 and May 4 on Sky Living and Living HD.

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