Joss Stone invited to the royal wedding

Singer will join the likes of Elton John and Victoria Beckham at Prince William and Kate Middleton's bash

Joss Stone invited to the royal wedding

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Joss Stone has received an invite to Friday's (April 29) royal wedding.

The soul singer is among a number of stars who have been confirmed to be attending Prince William and Kate Middleton's nuptials.

Her invite follows her performances at the Concert For Diana at London's Wembley Stadium in 2007 and the City Salute in 2008,

The guestlist, which was released by Clarence House today (April 23), also includes actor Rowan Atkinson, film director Guy Ritchie and swimmer Ian Thorpe.

Elton John and Spice Girls singer Victoria Beckham - along with husband David - have already acknowledged their attendance at the event.

You can read the full guestlist at

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