Wales - apart from Plaid - send good wishes.
Only Plaid Cymru refused to offer congratulations, preferring not to get involved in ``Royal affairs''.
First minister Rhodri Morgan said: ``I am very happy for the Prince of Wales and Mrs Parker Bowles and I would like to wish them well in their marriage.
``I look forward to welcoming them both to Wales in the future. ''
At Caernarfon, the Royal Town where in 1969 a youthful Prince Charles was invested as Prince of Wales at the famous castle, the news was welcomed by mayor Roy Owen.
He said: ``I'm quite happy for him. The guy deserves a bit of happiness after what he's gone through. I support what he's doing in full. ''
Nathan Rigby, 18, of Connah's Quay, was philosophical: ``Life goes on and I don't see why he should not be allowed to get on with his life. ''
Audrey Hughes, 81, of Mold, said: ``They deserve a bit of happiness and I have no problem with Camilla becoming Queen. I wish them all the best. I am very pleased they are getting married. ''
Conservative leader in the Assembly Nick Bourne said: ``I warmly welcome the news that Prince Charles is to marry Camilla Parker-Bowles.
``I offer them my congratulations and best wishes for their future happiness. ''
And Lembit Opik, Montgomeryshire Liberal Democrat MP and well known pro-Monarchist gave ``three cheers'' for the news.