Tatler's upcoming February cover. Courtesy of Tatler

Kate Middleton: princess of pop (art)?

According to U.K. society magazine Tatler, most definitely. The royal-to-be has landed the cover of the magazine's February 2011 edition, out in the United Kingdom tomorrow and boasting the tagline "Special collectors' issue."

For the cover, Middleton has been given a pop art makeover, à la Andy Warhol's famed 1962 picture of Marilyn Monroe, "4 Marilyns."

This cover is an unusual departure for the publication, which tends to photograph a celebrity or society figure and include an accompanying interview in the magazine. Middleton was neither interviewed nor shot (you may recognize the cover pics as the photo from Kate's engagement announcement to Prince Will).

Tatler has devoted the issue, dubbed "The Royal Special," to the famous engagement. Several features celebrate the couple, including "The Undergraduate," about the lovebirds' time together at University of St. Andrews, written by Kate's friend Richard Dennen, and "Kate Expectations," which imagines what married life will be like for Will and Kate.

In other royal wedding news, more details about the nuptials have emerged. On April 29, Middleton will arrive at Westminster Abbey by car for the 11 a.m. service. The Archbishop of Canterbury will marry the couple, the Dean of Westminster will conduct the service, and the Bishop of London will give the address.

After marrying, the Queen will host a reception (followed by a private dinner and dancing) at Buckingham Palace. Prince Will and Kate will exit to cheering crowds and take a carriage along a processional route through some of London's main attractions, including Parliament Square, White Hall, Horse Guards Parade and the Mall.

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