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William and Kate’s Marriage Odds: How Long Will it Last?

Written by:
Alistair Prescott
Published on:
Apr/26/2011
William and Kate’s Marriage Odds

If you are willing to place future wagers on a long term bet potentially exceeding 5 years, check out Bookmaker.com’s odds on how long the marriage of Prince William and Kate lasts.

Five years is the favorite at even odds, but if you believe the Royal Marriage is doomed from the get-go, one year pays 4/1 odds and a Royal divorce pays close to that at $38 for every $10 bet

Technically, these two have already split up a few years back, but even Diana and Charles were married for approximately 15 years so the OVER in this case makes sense.

Bookmaker.com has been around since 1986 so if you’re willing to wait around, they should still be around in 5 years, at least we hope so.   

You can place all your Royal Wedding bets here

 

HOW LONG WILL THE ROYAL MARRIAGE LAST?

ONE YEAR+400

ONE YEAR+ 1 DAY TO 2 YEARS+380

2 YEARS+1 DAY TO 3 YEARS+300

3 YEARS+1 DAY TO 4 YEARS+220

4 YEARS+1 DAY TO 5 YEARS+200

MORE THAN 5 YEARS+100

 

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

 

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