Wagers on the royal wedding? You bet!

Kate Middleton and Prince William visit Whitton Park on April 11, 2011, in Darwen, England.
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Kate Middleton and Prince William visit Whitton Park on April 11, 2011, in Darwen, England.
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(CBS) How long will Kate Middleton leave Prince William waiting at the altar on Friday? One British bookmaker is letting you bet on it.

Bookmaker William Hill is placing odds on everything from what time Middleton will enter Westminster Abbey to what color Queen Elizabeth II's hat will be.

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Other wagers include best man Prince Harry forgetting the ring and if the Duke of Edinburgh will be caught taking a nap during the service.

Rupert Adams, from William Hill, said the bookmaker expects to take more than 1 million pounds on various bets - with wagers already coming in from 86 different countries.

"Interest in the royal wedding betting has been nothing short of incredible," he said, according to the U.K.'s Press Association.

Interested in placing your own royal wedding wager? Here are some of the latest odds from the bookmaker:

-What time Kate Middleton will enter Westminster Abbey:
5/4 11:00 - 11:03
3/1 Before 11:00
3/1 11:04 - 11:07
8/1 11:12 or later
8/1 11:08 - 11:11

-Will Michael Middleton cry as he walks his daughter down the aisle? 10/1 Yes

-Kate Middleton to wear the Spencer family tiara? 11/1 Yes

-Carriage to be used when leaving the church:
1/8 Open top
9/2 Glass coach

-Length of train on the wedding dress:
2/1 Less than 8 feet
8/13 8 feet-19.9 feet
5/1 20 feet - 31.9 feet
11/1 More than 32 feet

-Will Prince William and Kate Middleton still be married on their 10th wedding anniversary?
1/20 Yes
8/1 No