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A chance to visit famous marriage rooms in Chelsea
CHELSEA'S registry office to the rich and famous will open its doors to allow the public to see paperwork including Beatrix Potter's birth certificate.
The chance to visit the famous marriage rooms, whether you are planning on getting married or just want to satisfy your curiosity is on February 10.
Among those who have entered the records at the registry office are Roman Polanski, Pierce Brosnan, Judy Garland and Patsy Kensit.
As part of the 175 year anniversary of the iconic registry office the public can check out the official records of royalty; stars of Hollywood, music or politics, on Sunday February 10 between noon and 4pm.
The Chelsea Register Office holds the records for all births, deaths, marriages and civil partnerships that have taken placed within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea since July 1837. Its comprehensive records make it the ideal first port of call for anyone tracing their family tree within the Royal Borough.
Cllr Rock Feilding-Mellen, Cabinet Member for Civil Society, said: "The Chelsea Register Office plays a central role in the life of the borough and as such it has a rich history. If you are thinking of planning a wedding ceremony or would like to see some then come along on 10 February."
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