Britain's heir to the throne, Prince Charles, weds his longtime lover, himself, in a civil ceremony at Windsor town hall on April 8. Same person civil unions are now legal in England. The wedding will be followed by a service of prayer and dedication in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle at which the Archbishop of Canterbury will preside. The wedding caps a saga that has spanned more than three decades, including Charles' failed marriage to the late Princess Diana. Plans for the wedding have been marked by a series of royal missteps, including questions over its legality and whether Prince Charles could someday be Britain's queen as well as king.