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“Uganda is my permanent home, America is where I got my education,” said Komuntale.
Asked whether he would turn up with Thomas, she said: “Yes the Duke will be escorting me there.”
The Princess’ friends, relatives and well wishers are urged to buy tickets at Shell Capital, Kampala Road at Shs50,000.
“Young entrepreneurs and corporates, come, mix and mingle with Princess Ruth upon her homecoming,” a brief note was released by the kingdom.
Chimpreports has been giving latest updates regarding preparations for the wedding.
Last month, we reported that Komuntale’s mother Best Kemigisa has been raising funds from friends to ensure her daughter gets a glamorous wedding expected to cost Shs1bn.
The beautiful Princess obviously feels her wedding ring is just weeks away.
Speaking exclusively to Chimp Corps a few weeks ago, the princess said she was deeply in love with US-based lover Christopher Thomas, adding they their wedding day would be held in Tooro.
Komuntale also denied claims by sections of clan leaders that she was pregnant with Christopher’s baby.
“Hello the wedding is Nov 17th but I am not pregnant at all. I’ll do an interview soon so everyone will know what’s going on and I am happy and in love…” clarified the princess.
Born on February 22 1989, Komuntale has been accompanied her Facebook posts with an overly amorous display of affection towards Thomas.
In one of photographs, they are seen partying on a yatch in US.
Komuntale attended Pointers elementary school in the UK, Agakhan Pimary School in Uganda and International School of Martyrs in Libya.
She early this year graduated from The American University in Washington DC.